The Northpoint Furniture Show will return to Ingleston in Edinburgh from 28-30th January. 

For over 30 years, the agents and representatives of the furniture industry at the SFRA have shown their latest models to furniture retailers throughout Scotland, Ireland and the north of England at the Royal Highland Show centre at Ingleston, Edinburgh. Although interrupted by Covid-19 for 18 months, the show remains a relaxed arena in which to see the latest products from key manufacturers, with time to discuss all aspects of them with their agents and representatives.

Representatives of over 40 manufacturers are already confirmed, with more promised. These include Kyoto, whose Scottish agent, Alan White, says: “This is an important show for Scotland and the north of the UK, and we have some fantastic new products which we are looking forward to showcasing to Scotland and its retailers.” Other upholstery suppliers include Divania, Call Salotti, Sherborne, Celebrity and West Midlands Upholstery.

Sleepeezee will also return with its latest models and innovations, says agent Daryl Drylie: “We had an excellent show in Edinburgh last year, and a great response from Scottish retailers.” Alongside Sleepeezee will be Highgrove, Sweet Dreams, Silentnight, Dura Beds, Shire Beds, The Bed Frame Company, Breasley, Scotch Beds and Wheatcroft, to name a few.

Cabinet will be shown by Wiemann, Core Products, GFL, Taylors and Annaghmore. Weimann offers a huge selection of contemporary and built-in wardrobes, while other manufacturers present will offer contemporary and traditional cabinet furniture from living and dining to a full range of bedroom cabinets and products.

The service specialists returning to the show include furniture website provider Abacus, plus Protect-A-Bed, Staingard and Mattressgard, which offer everything from furniture care plans and products to mattress protectors.

Show organiser Gavin Douglas adds: “The show has been going for over 40 years, and for over 30 years in Ingleston. The RHS is a great hub in which to show a comprehensive range of furniture in a relaxed atmosphere, and everyone enjoys the surroundings, being easy to reach from all parts of Scotland, Ireland and northern England. This year’s President’s Dinner will also coincide with the show, which will combine the SFRA and the charity SFTBA again this year on the Monday night of the event. 

The show website permits early registration, giving trade visitors easy access for the show, with ample parking and refreshments also available.