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JFS promises a world of opportunity

European elegance and international ingenuity will be on show at January Furniture Show 2020 – taking place from 19th-22nd January at Birmingham’s NEC – when over 40 overseas brands present their latest collections.  

The four-day trade show will see over 500 UK and international exhibitors show their latest developments and new ranges – giving buyers an opportunity to source furniture and accessories from around the globe without the need for a passport!  

Dutch table and chair specialist Hartmann (one of the winners of The Furniture Awards 2019) will return with more of its technically advanced resin chairs and dining tables. Seating of a different kind will be provided by Violino, one of China’s leading upholstery manufacturers, which will present a selection of classic and contemporary seating.

Matera, Italy, is home to Calia Trade, which will return with more vibrant and ultra-modern sofas, beds, modular and swivel chairs. Fellow Italians Ego Italiano, Italia Living and Tomasella will all present their high-end leather and fabric upholstery lines.

Streamlined Italian living and dining furniture will be on show from luxury Italian cabinet specialist ALF (another winner of The Furniture Awards), and Camel Group, which will show new space-saving designs. New collections for living, dining and bedroom using mixed materials and new finishes will be on show from both companies. 

Germany is renowned for its bedroom cabinet expertise, and Weimann, Rauch and Nolte will return to hall 4 in 2020 with their flexible and practical bedroom storage solutions. 

Meanwhile, Denmark’s Skovby, an expert in Scandi cool, will present its stylish living and dining collections in hall 2.  

From the Republic of Ireland, Alfrank will demonstrate its modern approach to living and dining furniture, while Vida Living will introduce new cabinet and upholstery collections.  

Belgium will be represented by upholstery manufacturer ROM, while SITS, one of Poland’s biggest upholstery manufacturers, will return with new sofas and chairs.

Other internationals include Artedi, B4 Living, Bluebone, Gwinner and Stone Italia – visit the event’s website to see the full list of UK and international exhibitors, and to register for free attendance.

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