Spring Fair, the UK wholesale marketplace for home, gift, fashion, and sourcing, which opens its doors this Sunday 6th until Wednesday 9th February at NEC Birmingham, is set to reveal a huge array of new and exclusive launches and collections for the home and housewares sector, including the latest from Kaemingk, Hill Interiors, Coach House, new launch Mint Interiors, new homewares from Joe Browns, as well as HelloFresh, The Traditional Wine Rack Company, Ruby Macaw, PlasticForte, The Silicone Straw Company, BranQ and many more.
The BHETA Bira Village returns, and now features a stand dedicated to Bira’s new platform, Neartoo, which aims to aims to complement physical stores and help independent retailers move to a hybrid model.
TV chefs the Hairy Bikers will be attending the Housewares section of the show to promote their kitchenware range with ESG, while potter Denby Brands will launch Kiln, a collection of ceramics designed to use around the home.
Jay Kauldhar, key account director, Hyve Group, and head of Everyday, Housewares and Retail Solutions at Spring Fair, says: “If I could offer buyers one piece of advice, it would be not to miss out on Spring Fair 2022. As well as being very excited to welcome the Hairy Bikers to the show with ESG Ltd and showcase incredible brands in the BHETA Bira Village, there are going to be so many opportunities to discover new products and stock-rich brands within Housewares and across the rest of the show. It really is the ultimate shop for shops, and the entire Spring Fair team are eager to get on-site and showcase two years’ worth of hard work to deliver the best retail marketplace in the UK.”
Visitors to Home, Living & Décor will discover some of the latest in decorative interiors and furniture from exclusive brands including Coach House, Hill Interiors, Malini, Fifty Five South, Maison Berger, and Walton’s & Co. Also showing exclusively in the UK at Spring Fair in the heart of Home, Living & Décor in Hall 6, Dutch brand Kaemingk will present its creative decorative items for home and garden and decorations for all seasons.
Mint Interiors is the latest addition to the Kettle suite of brands, delivering a hand-picked selection of exclusive furniture ranges alongside home furnishings, rugs, lighting, and accessories that deliver an enviable opulent style.
Portfolio Home will launch sustainable and responsibly sourced branding, Mindful Planet, highlighting a growing conscious, social and ethical recognition of the role the business plays in its environmental impact – Spring Fair will see the exclusive debut of Portfolio Home's responsibly sourced 100% cotton collection, The Pure Cotton Collection, as well as the responsibly sourced Premier Curtain Collection.
Woodlodge will be exhibiting with their Snowlodge Christmas collection, Honey & Wild garden décor and Root Indoor range, while fashion brand Joe Browns will present its first homeware collection.
Zeno Fine Art by S&P Publishing will showcase its limited-edition original and NFT artworks, while the Summerhouse are is set to home style-led, on-trend homewares and gifts. This season welcomes the return of Danish brand Bloomingville, as well as Bronte by Moon, Pacific Lifestyle, Gallery Direct, Biggie Best and Libra. This year signifies a milestone for Libra, which is introducing a specially curated collection marking 50 years of heritage and design – from the 2002 Brompton Square Lantern, to the Iron Palm Leaf Wall Sconce.
Gallery is launching its SS22 Collection at Spring Fair, offering over 1300 new products, featuring accessories, kitchen, tableware and bathroom products, textiles, gifts, outdoor, wall decor and furniture. The collections encompass six new trends, and, following the success of its first launch, Gallery's expanded Design Project series will be bolstered by the addiiton of Packed-Flat.