The glamour of European furniture and the verve of international ingenuity will be in abundance at January Furniture Show 2020.  From seating to lighting and rugs to decorative objects from around the world, over 40 International companies will show their latest models and collections.

Running from 19th -22nd January at Birmingham’s NEC, the 4 day trade show will see over 500 UK and international exhibitors show their latest developments and new ranges – presenting buyers with the perfect opportunity to select furniture and accessories from around the globe without the need for a passport.

Introducing buyers to style trends from every part of the world is a feature of January Furniture Show. Scandi cool, Italian chic and Oriental exotic are favoured design modes and will be much in evidence amongst the international exhibitors. More modern and unusual geographic design characteristics and fashions will capture the attention of buyers with clever texture and colour combinations.

After a successful show in 2019, Dutch table and chair specialist Hartmann are returning with more of their technically advanced resin chairs and dining tables. Cutting edge design and funky looks make their furniture stand out from the crowd.  Seating of a different kind will be provided by Violino, one of China’s leading upholstery manufacturers who have large inhouse design and production resources.  It will show a varied selection of their classic and contemporary sofas, chairs and recliners in fabrics and leathers.

Matera in Italy is home to Calia Trade, they also had a successful January Furniture Show in 2019 and will show more of their Italian pizazz in 2020 as vibrant and ultra-modern sofas, beds, modular and swivel chairs will be on display in their colourful and texture rich designs for the year ahead.  Fellow Italians Ego Italiano, Italia Living and Tomasella are JFS favourites and will all show their high-end sumptuous leather and fabric upholstery models – in both natural and colourful hues.

Streamlined Italian living and dining furniture in high gloss and high style will be on show from luxury Italian cabinet experts ALF who pride themselves on their continual dedication to technological innovation and Camel Group who continually research new materials will show new space saving, trend-setting designs, which are not only striking head-turners but are beautifully engineered too.  New collections for living, dining and bedroom will be on show from both companies using mixed materials and new finishes.

German bedroom cabinet expertise is renowned and Weimann, Rauch and Nolte return to January Furniture Show in 2020 with their infinitely flexible, ever developing and practical bedroom storage solutions.  A multitude of styles and finishes with details unique to each will be Hall 4 features.  Denmark’s Skovby are the experts of Scandi cool and their effortlessly stylish living and dining collections – which reveal the smooth beauty of the woods they use, will again be a hit in Hall 2.

From the Republic of Ireland Alfrank will demonstrate their modern approach to living and dining furniture, multi case supplier VIDA Living will introduce both new cabinet and upholstery collections.  Belgium is represented by expert upholstery manufacturer ROM, whose distinctive sofas include everything from corner suites to compact two seaters.   SITS are one of Poland’s biggest upholstery manufacturers and they return with new sofas and chairs in their individual relaxed trademark style and colour choices aplenty.

In [email protected] – January Furniture Show’s dedicated lighting sector, WOFI from Germany will exhibit at the show for the first time.  With a 60 year history and firm focus on innovation in the 400+ new designs they launch on to the market each year, they have an extensive collection of eye-catching, contemporary designs to show buyers.

The list of international companies of note is extensive: Artedi, Bontempi, Blue Bone, Global Home, Gwinner and Stone Italia are just a few of other companies making an international splash at January Furniture Show in 2020.

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