The IWF 2016 education program features six tracks, including one on furniture and upholstery issues.
The educational sessions in this track may be of interest to designers, finishing line managers and others involved in the furniture and upholstery industry, according to the IWF.
The sessions run from 60 to 90 minutes and take place during the first two days of the show.
The Color Challenge: Paring Creativity with Consistency
Working with Architects and Designers
Discover the Moving Power of Colors
Registration is required. For more information and the complete schedule, visit www.iwfatlanta.com.