January Furniture Show sees more accessories and new light sector

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The 2019 January Furniture Show (JFS) will have 20% more accessories than in 2018. There is also a whole new lighting sector called LIGHT.
The 4 day event runs 20th-23rd January 2019 at Birmingham’s NEC.
?More accessories please.? This was a consistent request in visitor feedback after JFS in 2018. As a result the organisers have added 20% more space for indoor and outdoor gifts and accessories in 2019.
The extra space sees new exhibitors joining the line-up and extra space for some of the show?s regulars.
New exhibitors include Collier & Dobson, Hill Interiors and Nordic Style. They will bring a huge variety of decorative and practical items for homes and gardens sourced from around the world.
Many will also bring original designs, handcrafted in the UK.
Some of the regular exhibitors are bursting with so many new products they have had to take extra space. Gallery Direct, Blue Bone and Minster Stylish Living will have larger stands in 2019.


Light sector at the January Furniture Show

A major new development for JFS is the addition of a whole new lighting section called LIGHT. Over 20 UK based expert lighting companies will exhibit interior and exterior lighting at JFS for the first time.
The companies showing in LIGHT will offer the most extensive array of lighting at the event to date. They will show lights for every and any space, including large-scale light installations.
Entry to the show is free. To register and see the full exhibitor list visit www.januaryfurnitureshow.com

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