INDX Furniture Post Show Review

December 2022 | INDX Furniture confirms impressive list of debut brands

Host of New Exhibitors Join INDX Furniture

Organised by Associated Independent Stores (AIS), the UK’s leading buying group for Fashion, Home, and Leisure, INDX Furniture is curated by Buyers, for Buyers and our experts have been busy sourcing some exciting new exhibitors for the January show.

Read on for a preview of the brands set to make their INDX debut, and register now for an unmissable edit of upholstery, living-room, dining-room, garden, and accessories.

Rachel Cooper, Upholstery & Category Selector, AIS:

"We'll be presenting some fantastic new upholstery brands including Calia Italia, who make 50 new models a year, in 40 fabrics and 400 colours, and Siren - who offer an extensive product portfolio from modular groups to accent chairs, plus wood in contemporary and traditional designs. 

"Meanwhile, Encore will be exhibiting their 2023 collections and will no doubt excite the UK upholstery industry with updated leather and fabric models, Harris Tweed and new hand-wovens

"We're also pleased to be welcoming Celtic Spas, expanding our home leisure category with a selection of products, including Hanscraft hot tubs, swim spas, and saunas."

Rebecca Maloy, Cabinet & Bedroom Selector, AIS:

"Within the cabinet category, new exhibitors include Bell & Stocchero, with a strong sustainability focus and products designed to reimagine the modern home, and Kesterport, offering design-led, value driven furniture since 1977.

"Meanwhile, if you're looking for simple, functional design and expressive colour, don't miss new brand Connubia and their range of chairs, tables, occasional furniture, and accessories.

"Within the bedroom category, newness comes from Scandinavian bed maker Mattsons, who will be debuting their statement designs that allow you to leave the bedroom door open."

For the full list of exhibitors please click here: https://www.indxshows.co.uk/indx-home/furniture/exhibitors


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