Furniture exhibitions provide designers and brands an invaluable opportunity to connect with their target audiences while serving as a springboard for yearly trends.
No matter if you’re searching for furniture, or simply seeking inspiration, these top 10 exhibitions should be on your itinerary. Not only can they feature physical events but they also host virtual talks and conferences to get you moving in the right direction.
Habitare in Helsinki is a must-visit event for interior decoration and design enthusiasts. Attractions at Habitare include innovative products, interesting exhibitions and special stands; furthermore it hosts numerous seminars and events throughout its two days of exhibitor sales.
The fair presents the work and ideas of an emerging generation of designers, inspiring discussions around current interior decoration trends and design practices. Additionally, lectures and panel discussions take place regarding communicating the value of design.
Tulikivi’s booth features their brand new Nero Assoluto satin granite bathroom surface, as well as their popular Hiisi fireplace in white or matte finish surfaces. Other products available at Tulikivi are Fomes bench/stool made with wool/birchwood combination as well as Gubi Flaneur daybed both made in Finland.
Since 1949, IMM Cologne has become one of the premier interior design trade fairs worldwide. Here you can be inspired by new trends and stay informed of developments within the furniture industry. Additionally, networking opportunities abound as it features three themes – Home, Pure and Living Kitchen.
FAMA from Yecla will be at this year’s event showcasing an extensive range of sofas and modulars in an abundance of variations and combinations, such as their PACIFIC and ASTORIA sofas as well as extra large ARMORY and ARIANNE LOVE modular seating systems.
At the fair, one of the highlights is the Pure Talent Contest – an international platform where young designers showcase their work. Many winning projects have already been displayed at the fair.
Salone del Mobile
Salone del Mobile returns after cancellations due to the coronavirus pandemic with renewed focus on lighting and furniture. The show showcases amazing craftsmanship from companies like Porada who craft wooden products through years of hard work and commitment to excellence.
At this year’s fair, notable brands such as Roche Bobois and Atelier Biagetti can also be found. One highlight for 2015 is India Mahdavi’s “Mickey” chair featuring ears similar to those seen on mice.
Salone Satellite exhibition will present new ideas from emerging design talent. This event has become an essential meeting ground for manufacturers and talent scouts looking to connect with young designers while shaping the future of design landscape. Additionally, it will present products and styles designed to promote versatility and wellbeing when it comes to furnishing spaces.
Saudi Furniture Fair
The Saudi Furniture Fair is an annual event featuring various furniture types from all around the world. Attracting thousands of visitors annually, it features seminars and workshops that can teach visitors more about this industry.
Interior Design Connection offers interior designers, buyers and architects a central platform for interior design brands, products and services. Their international and local suppliers and manufacturers provide solutions tailored to all styles; City provides contemporary pieces while Square offers more traditional ones.
Furniture Fair stands out among its competition in its focus on employee satisfaction. Furniture Fair understands that its success depends on its employees, so it prioritizes their health and well-being as a business priority.
Las Vegas Market
Las Vegas Market is the ultimate furniture, home decor and gift market in Western United States, providing access to over 4,000 resources at World Market Center in an easy-to-shop campus environment. This year marks its 18th edition, providing efficient access to more than 4000 resources at once!
Business education and special events provide insights and inspiration for retailers and designers. This year’s program features keynote addresses by Erik Peterson of PHX Architecture and designer Diann Valentine.
Winter Market Update 2017 includes more top international bedding and mattress brands relocating to Building A showrooms, with updated showroom resources including accessories, antiques and wall art being made available in Buildings B and C respectively. Newcomers such as Dovetail Art (fine framed artwork) and Geniemode (tech-based supply chain platform) were recently welcomed in Building B while five more additions such as CHANDRA rugs Sono Inspired Pacific Silk Plants Union Home were all welcome in C Building.