January Furniture Show – get the first look

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With many of the big players in decorative accessories, giftware and small furniture items launching their new collections right at the start of the year, the January Furniture Show is the place to go and get ahead start on what?s new.

The January Furniture Show returns for a fourth year in its new format to the NEC in Birmingham, and will feature over 500 UK and International exhibitors showing all kinds of furniture and interiors. Running from Sunday 21?to Wednesday 24?January, the show offers Garden Centre retail buyers not only a great opportunity to buy from well known and established brands, but also the chance to select products from alternative and new brands – who don?t attend other shows.

Featuring a hall dedicated to all things accessories and giftware – including mirrors, lamps, artwork, cushions, throws and decorative glassware and kitchenware, buyers can also see new conservatory and outdoor furniture on display from major suppliers, along with outdoor lamps and accessories.

Planning for the 2018 show is already in full swing with big brands including Libra, Gallery Direct, Pacific Lifestyle, Dar Lighting, Kelston House, India Jane, Mindy Brownes, CIMC, Premier Housewares and Art Marketing already confirmed to attend and show new launches for 2018. To see the full exhibitor list and get more information go to www.januaryfurnitureshow.com

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