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Home Interiors Abigail Aherne Chic Antique


Light & Living


Where the Heart is


A buoyant UK housing market is reflected in homeware sector growth at Spring Fair with more international brands and new exhibitors


Spring Fair 2016 will incorporate the largest and most varied presentation of products for the home to be found under one roof anywhere in the UK. The show will host over 130 exhibitors in the Home sector, located in Hall 1 of the exhibition and thousands more across the event. Almost 40 companies are new to Home at Spring Fair, while 16 are


joining the show from overseas. Since its relaunch in 2014, Home has grown by 15 per cent and the quality of exhibitors has risen exponentially as more leading companies seek to join forces with the UK’s largest and most important retail trade exhibition. New for 2016 are: RV Astley, Riviera Maison, Bluebone Imports, MYB


Textiles, Cotton & Quilted, Abigail Ahern, Rowico, XYZ Agencies Ltd and Clarke & Clarke, to name just a few. The UK’s buoyant housing market, steadily growing economy and


creative passion is having an extremely positive effect on sales of furniture and homeware. Spring Fair’s Home exhibitors will showcase a huge variety of products ranging from home textiles, soft furnishings and wall art to furniture, mirrors and a fabulous choice of accessories. There has been strong category growth in home textiles and accessories over the past year. Some of the biggest and best-known brands in the industry will


present their new ranges within Home, including Coach House, McGowan & Rutherford, Voyage Maison, PD Global, Minster Stylish Living, Hill Interiors, The Art Group, TOB’s, Collier & Dobson and Pacific Lifestyle. As British retailers increasingly do their product sourcing closer to


home, overseas suppliers are finding even more compelling reasons to exhibit in the UK alongside home grown British brands. Any international brand that is serious about breaking into the UK market will ensure they have a presence at Spring Fair. International companies exhibiting at the 2016 show include: Light &


Living, Chic Antique, Authentic Models BV, Riviera Maison, Hermle Clocks, Kelston House International, KG Denim, Clayre & Eef. More exclusive home and gift products can be found within the beautiful and exclusive Summerhouse showcase in Hall 8, featuring 31


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carefully selected companies. Spring Fair will once again offer fantastic cross-over buying


opportunities to retailers, with 14 different product sectors incorporated into the exhibition. For buyers in homeware, the adjacent Hall 2, featuring Christmas Gifts, Floral & Seasonal Decorations will offer interesting merchandising solutions, while Kitchen, Dining & Housewares is a must-visit destination in Hall 9, easily reached via the link from Gift Hall 5. Kitchen, Dining


& Housewares represents a specialised show within a show at Spring Fair, perfectly pitched for both specialist sector buyers, cook shops and gift retailers seeking the most covetable new products and brands. Highlighting both


the importance of this sector to Spring Fair and the huge cross-over buying opportunities it offers to retailers, the VIP Season’s Club, sponsored by Sunrise Bag Company, will also be located in Hall 9. Joining major regular suppliers such as Portmeirion, Denby, Rayware


Group, Churchill China, Arthur Price, Meyer, Creative Tops, Premier Housewares, Sabichi, BergHoff, Apollo Housewares, Ulster Weavers and Kitchen Craft will be an array of cool new companies and brands. New to the exhibition in 2016 are the multi-award winning Cafflano,


Retap, Lavazza and Bojje, while Italian brand TVS has chosen Spring Fair as its exclusive UK Launchpad and industry giant Villeroy & Boch are returning to the show for the first time in several years. Visit www.springfair.com for more information


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