Step Inside ICFF Today

The latest in interior design and technology is on display in New York this week at ICFF 2019.

The Jacob K. Javits Center is expected to host close to 40,000 attendees at this year’s event. Brooklyn-based Watermark Designs sent MarketScale an inside look at the company’s exhibit at the show today.

Watermark makes faucets and handles for baths, lavatories, showers, kitchens and bars. The company is one of 900 exhibitors, many of which come from outside of the United States. Sixty-four countries are represented this year overall.

The conference is operated by NYCxDesign, which attracts more than 350,000 attendees to its events annually.

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