As the new January Furniture Show approaches sell-out status, a breakdown by stand type proves there will be product across every sector at the event's debut outing.
With cabinet/dining (32%) and upholstery (30%) accounting for nearly two thirds of exhibition space, visitors to the show can expect to see some of the biggest brands in the business, and get a comprehensive insight into the trends of 2015.
Beds and bedroom furniture account for a further 22% of booked space at the show. Furnishing accessories represent a further 11% of space taken, and service companies 5%.
Theresa Raymond, co-director of the January Furniture Show, says: "We have achieved what we set out to deliver - a show at which each of the three key elements of the furniture industry will be well represented. It amounts to a one-stop shop for furniture retailers and buyers, and will be their one and only chance next year to see the industry's main brands all showcased under one roof. Everyone who is anyone will be there."
The event's organiser has confirmed that the new-format event will be supported by the likes of Parker Knoll, Duresta, G Plan Upholstery, Westbridge, Baker Furniture, Lebus, ercol, Furniture Origins, Sherborne, Alstons, Mark Webster, Ashley Manor, Collins and Hayes, Richard Stamp, Julian Bowen, Bentley Designs, Breasley, Vogue, La-Z-Boy, TCS, Corndell, Buoyant, Furmanac, Morris Furniture Group, Global Home, Rauch, PD Global, Gallery Direct, Celebrity, Wade Upholstery, GLPC International, Libra, Exclusive UK, Iain James, Seconique, Sweet Dreams, Wiemann, ROM, Willis & Gambier, David Gundry, Bentley Designs, Skovby, Serene Furnishings, Harrison Brothers and more.
The January Furniture Show 2015 will run mid-week from Tuesday January 13th to Thursday 15th, and be located in halls 1-3 and the Pavilion of the Birmingham NEC.