Spring Fair is set to put thousands of new products across home, gift and fashion at the forefront of UK retail at its next edition, taking place from 4-7th February at the NEC Birmingham.
A host of exclusive Home brands have been revealed including Coach House, Hill Interiors, Pacific Lifestyle and Garden Trading, as well as the new partnership between Libra and Laura Ashley.
Nick Davison, portfolio director, Spring Fair, says: “I’m extremely excited by our Home destination for 2024. We’re delighted to offer buyers some sensational exclusive brands at the show, alongside some great-looking newcomers. From our work to create an easy-to-navigate and efficient on-site experience, to the hours of free content on trends and industry topics, our aim is to produce the best possible environment for showcasing new products and trends, to put the products and their creators at the heart of the show, and offer an inspirational showcase for buyers that they can trust in to deliver the next successes for their business. Spring Fair looks set to be the must-attend home destination for 2024.”
Showing exclusively at Spring Fair 2024 in Home, Living & Décor, are Coach House, CIMC and Hill Interiors. Returning with a huge collection of new designs, Coach House is set to wow buyers with a stand-out interiors showcase featuring a myriad of diverse collections spanning traditional to contemporary furniture, lighting, design-led accessories, artificial floral, Indian antiques, festive products, garden and outdoor furniture, planters and urns, and classical ornamental items.
Chic Antique, Quirky Barn, Nordic Style, Hines of Oxford, PEB Imports, Febland, McGowan & Rutherford, Walton & Co, Ivyline, Piffany Copenhagen, FiftyFiveSouth, Dutch Imports & Daughters, Searchlight, Kaemingk, Bizotto, Kunstindustrien Edge Company, Minster Stylish Living, Hanlin, Ascalon, Artko, Lows of Dundee and many more add to the line-up.
British-based newcomer Dottypix will bring its sustainable handcrafted objects for the home that appeal to minimal yet meaningful aesthetics, and Burgess Reclamation will make its debut. Artifex Natura will present its passion for tropical and exotic plants through a collection of terraniums – zero-maintenance preserved plant artwork – as well as unusual glass and nature-based home decor.
The February show will also present a spectacle of home textiles, with the return of home textiles expert Turner Bianca showcasing its portfolio of brands, including Bianca Fine Linens, born too…, Dorma, Hyperion, Content by Terence Conran, Catherine Lansfield, Matthew Williamson, Pineapple Elephant and Sassy B.
Riva Home will also make a reappearance with its range of own brands, as well as Voyage Maison, Sanderson, and Morris & Co. They join Harwood Textiles, Swedish brands Oejbro Engros and Skinnwille, as well as Peggy Wilkins’ selection of tablelinen, table accessories, kitchen and home textiles.
The Summerhouse, menwhile, promises to delight visitors with style-led, on-trend homewares, lifestyle products and gifts from The Libra Company, which will introduce its Laura Ashley collections, as well as One.World, Gallery Direct, Art Marketing, Garden Trading, Pacific Lifestyle, and leading Belgian lifestyle interiors brand J-Line by Jolipa.
Paul McLaughlin, MD at The Libra Company, says: “With 70 years of design excellence, Laura Ashley is one of the world’s best-loved home and lifestyle brands. Founded on a rich heritage and on traditional values of quality and originality, Laura Ashley offers timeless designs, signature prints and quintessentially British styles to suit every home.
"Renowned for design and innovation, Libra has become synonymous for crafting opulent, refined interiors, and shares Laura Ashley’s passion for creating beautiful living spaces. In this partnership, we have combined Laura Ashley's enduring aesthetic and Libra's dedication to design innovation. The result is a captivating collection of luxurious, sophisticated home accessories and furniture that encapsulates the essence of timeless design. Join us at Spring Fair where we’ll launch this exquisite collection, where every product tells a story of British heritage and style.”
Nigel Lawrence, sales director at Pacific Lifestyle, is looking forward to welcoming buyers to a larger stand at the show, saying: “Our dedication to Spring Fair has enabled us to increase our footprint, allowing us to showcase a wider range of our collections for 2024. Our new Home 2024 ranges launch in January, and Spring Fair is the perfect opportunity to receive some Yorkshire hospitality whilst browsing our selections.
"Our account managers will be ready to discuss your requirements, and we look forward to introducing you to some newness. We have hundreds of new Home products for 2024 – many new ranges will be showcased, including some innovative range extensions on our most popular collections.”
The Summerhouse also welcomes a hand-picked and curated selection of brands including Malini, StoneGlow, Inis, HugRug, Jellycat, Chive, Weaver Green, The Braided Rug Company, Wikholm, Bloomingville, and Blooms by Samuel Baker, as well as textiles from Ian Mankin, John Spencer Textiles and Remony.
New Danish brands at the show include Piffany Copenhagen, a design company committed to bringing unique designs to life through ethical, considered craftsmanship. Visitors will also discover candles from KunstIndustrien, as well as Living by Heart, ANIA, and many more.
On top of this, Housewares will feature the latest kitchenware, cookware, tabletop decor and dining ideas, while Everyday will showcase a diverse range of product sectors, from giftware to home decor, smoking accessories to electrical goods, domestic appliances to vaping products, and much more.
"As the buyer's one-stop marketplace for everything new and on-trend for 2024, Spring Fair is the must-attend home, gift and fashion buying showcase," states organiser Hyve Group. "More than just a trade show, Spring Fair has been the hub for knowledge and inspiration for over 70 years, and continues to be the perfect platform for knowledge, inspiration, and networking with new and existing contacts in-person."
Pictured: Lamps from Pacific Lifestyle