Expo Casa Mea, a much anticipated event in Romanian building industry, highlighted the week of May 16th to 19th, 2013 in Bucharest. The international fair is dedicated to building materials, finishes, renovations and restorations solutions, as well as to decoration, furnishing, and home accessories.
Expo Casa Mea has an established reputation, and is headed by Mr. George Cojocaru, who is well known in the trade show industry and who, with the aid of his team, has organized exhibitions at ROMEXPO, elsewhere in Romania, and abroad, for many years.
Each year, Expo Casa Mea attracts many guests and industry professionals, and offers detailed events media plans to help all attendees navigate the exhibit. The aim of the trade show is to provide a space for exhibitors to show off their latest products and developments, and to make it easy for visitors to find everything they search for.
This year, some of the highlights of the show included a wide range of designer recycled decorative materials, such as lightning stands, mobile carved from natural stone, and even a sofa creatively accessorized with quail feathers. The event merged the everyday, the practical and the creative in a unique way that encouraged further experimentation and exploration in interior design.
ADFIN, the official Coswick partner in Romania, participated in this years event, bringing Coswick’s new Heritage collection of hardwood flooring to Romanian designers and homeowners. The Heritage collection was created using a complex bi-color technique, in which darker and lighter stains are used together for deeper visual contrast and dramatic effect. This line of flooring was created to meet the needs of homeowners and interior designers who enjoy blending traditional and modern elements of décor in their projects.
Tradeshow guests were given the priority for ordering flooring products from the Heritage collection in Romania.
The Heritage collection and other Coswick flooring products are on display and can be seen in ADFIN showroom in Bucharest. For more information, please visit: