Some photo highlights from the housewares sections of Frankfurt’s international trade fair this week.
Above: The Black + Blum team (James Hooper, Gwladys Ayefouni and Nick Cornwell) were among the many British exhibitors enjoying an action packed Ambiente. The company showcased its new branding, packaging and new products include a personal carafe and glass, and a charcoal water filter with locking coil to fit any brand of water bottle.
Above: Thirst quenchers: JWP’s Geoff Hounslea with Lock ‘n’ Lock’s array of drinks bottles in new Hall 12.0.
Above: China grows on trees on the Burleigh stand.
Above: Living Coral (Pantone Colour of the Year) on cookware, as shown by Andy Reynolds of Whitford, standing by Whitford’s wall of 2019 colour trends.
Above: Sambonet has launched a personalised cutlery service, and created examples with motifs imprinted on forks for visitors on its stand (part of Rosenthal) at Ambiente.
Above: HousewaresNews.net caught up with Ken Hom to look at the new woks with striking packaging from DKB Household.
Above: Spot some of T&G’s Ocean range in Ambiente’s Trends presentations – part of the Joyfilled Ambience room setting.
Above: Stelton and Robert Welch Designs were part of the Tasteful Residence trend area.
Above: Psychedelic slicing machine – Berkel celebrates its heritage with two bespoke decorative slicer with artwork reflecting the revolutionary years of 1958-1978 (pictured) and the historical events and pop culture that changed the world between 1978 and 1988.
Above: The pop art on the Hahn stand is key to the company’s current social media campaigns, says Hahn’s Carl Saunders, pictured with Amy Wright.
Above: Merry-go-round and ginger bread house on the Villeroy & Boch stand.
The fry’s the limit: Joseph Joseph’s new Froach.
The next Ambiente will be held from February 7 to 11 2020.
Top: Gorgeous display inspiration from Bitzenhoff & Breker.