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New Exhibitors and Developments for January Furniture Show

New Exhibitors and Developments for January Furniture Show


Now well established as the principal furniture and interiors trade show in the UK calendar, the fifth January Furniture Show (JFS) at the NEC in 2019 will see major developments and major new names. The show will take place from 20th - 23rd January.


The new Bed zone and the new lighting section, LIGHT, confirm JFS as the most complete event for retail and contract buyers in the UK.


As Silentnight returns to the NEC after a prolonged absence, a large part of Hall 5 will become the Bed Zone. Joining Silentnight are bed companies both new and returning to the show, including Kaydian, MLily, Furmanac, Highgate, Slumberdream, Deep Sleep and Highgrove. This will be the largest concentration of bed and mattress companies at the event since its inception in 2015.


Hall 3 welcomes a new dedicated lighting section called LIGHT. Dar Lighting will return to the show and will be joined in LIGHT by Searchlight, Oaks Lighting, Impex Lighting and Loxton Lighting. LIGHT will offer the most extensive collection of lighting companies at the show to date.


Increasing its stature as the hall for high-end European cabinet and upholstery, Hall 2 sees new exhibitors Hartmann and Violino join the prestigious line-up for 2019. Gwinner and Aleal will both return after an absence this year and will show alongside Ego Italiano, SITS, Italia Living, Bontempi, Skovby, ROM, Camel Group and ALF, who have already signed for next year’s event.


Other new developments for JFS 2019 will be announced shortly.

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