19 May 2024, 09:08
By Furniture News Jul 09, 2014

Autumn edition of Home to display wide choice of exclusive designs

Since its launch just three years ago, Home London has changed the exhibiting landscape for design-led homewares and interior accessories, attracting key brands, doubling in size and gaining a 35% growth in visitor numbers.

Home has rapidly established itself as a go-to event for retailers looking to source from a truly diverse range of top-quality design-led interior accessories, furniture, lighting and fabrics for the home and garden.

The growing popularity of Home is confirmed by the announcement that the show is to run twice yearly from this September. The first autumn edition will take place alongside Top Drawer in September – from 14-16th – building on Home’s successful formula of combining expert selection, future trends and key brands in a stylish London event.

The inaugural autumn edition of Home is already over 90% sold, with key exhibitors such as LSA International, Alessi, Bloomingville, Grand Illusions and Grunwerg among the first to back the idea and book their stands.

Commenting on the launch, Jill Webb, director of exhibitor the Conran Group, says: “In Home, Clarion gave the UK a dedicated homewares and interior accessories show, and did it with style, expertise and insight, so we’re very excited by the news that Home is now to run twice a year. We see the September show as a welcome addition to the buying calendar, one which will make the buyer’s task easier and more enjoyable.”

Leading brands joining Home this September include Garden Trading, Bronte, Terrace & Garden, Au Maison, Authentics, In Spaces, Ethnicraft and many more. Presenting buyers with a carefully-edited yet diverse range of products, the new autumn edition of Home is guaranteed to provide retailers and interior designers with new and original items for their stores and projects.

Exhibitors include Japanese brand Di Classe, which specialises in lighting, plucking inspiration from surroundings and nature. Designer Domei Endo believes in more than merely brightening up a spatial environment, and focuses on the art of light and shadow itself by creating pieces that offer a sense of therapeutic healing. As an exclusive Home exhibitor, Di Classe will be presenting its Mini Foresti range as well as its Auro-Frasca, Auro-Ice and many more collections.

With a similar ethos of treating functionality and aesthetics with equal merit, fellow exhibitor PR Home designs products that illuminate the home rather than dominate it. Launching exclusively this September at Home are the company’s Shoreditch armchair, Totem clothes rail and Mesa 45 stool, all of which are designed in-house.

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