Both winners were selected by a panel of judges from the BTHA and Toy Fair.
The Epoch stand included a giant replica Sylvanian Families house filled with products in different settings.
The team worked hard create an environment where the products could come to life for visitors.
Sally Carnall, marketing manager at Epoch, said: “This stand is meant to represent the whole world of Sylvanian Families. We wanted to bring the products to life. People have commented on the scale of the house and the car has been a hit too.”
The Travis Dress Up By Design stand was inspired by Winnie the Pooh’s Hundred Acre Wood. The minimalist-looking area included trees adorned with lights and wooden branches showcasing the company’s costumes.
Kate Springett, head of design at Travis Dress Up By Design, said: “We wanted to create something that would allow the product to speak for itself. We chose a natural background with wooden elements for texture and contrast.”