Cindy has spent a great deal of time designing two exciting new fabric prints for The Book Seat.
The test prints have come back and we're all quite excited here at Book Seat HQ.
You can see the new design at one of the following trade fairs;
HOME and GIVING FAIR - Melbourne, Australia
Stand I37 - Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre
3rd to 7th August.
AUTUMN FAIR - Birmingham, UK
Hall 3V10 - NEC Birmingham
1st to 4th September.
MAISON & OBJET, Paris, France
Hall 6 K140, Paris Nord Villepinte
6th to 10th September.
http://e-plan.safidomain.com and search for "Book Seat"
Here, Cindy is pictured examining a bolt of the new fabric.
For now, it's a secret, but you can have your own sneak preview of the exciting new Book Seat designs at the fair!
The Book Seat attended the London Book Fair, held at the Earl's Court Exhibition Centre in one of the world's truly great cities.
A good deal of interest was again shown in The Book Seat with new customers coming on board, meeting old customers and catching up with our distributors.
A bit of excitement for us at the Book Seat team when Book Seat inventor and company owner, Cindy Barber, was interviewed for a BBC TV story on The Book Fair.
Cindy makes her appearance at about 3.5 minutes into the story.
Whilst filming for 2 new Book Channel TV shows at the London Book Fair, The Book Seat caught presenter, Tina Bettison's eye. Chatting to Cindy Barber from the Book Seat.about this great idea gave Tina a welcome rest and a chance to take the weight off her feet...
The Book Seat’s unique and adaptable design is so versitile that it is suitable for novels, hardbacks, Tablet Computers (eg iPads, Android tablets etc) Magazines, electronic readers (eg Kindle, Kobo), puzzle books, and many other electronic devices such as portable DVD players and hand held gaming consoles.
The plastic strip will hold your reading material or tablet device comfortably in place.
Using The Book Seat allows you to have your hands free to type, knit, eat, take notes or simply relax.