Leading brands from across the globe will showcase enduring classics and sumptuous new collections at the January Furniture Show, to be held at the NEC on Sunday 21st to Wednesday 24th January 2018.
Ekornes, the largest Nordic furniture manufacturer renowned for their Stressless® recliners and sofas first introduced in 1971, is just one of the companies igniting the enduring British passion for Scandinavian design. They will be launching new product ranges designed with style and ultimate comfort at their core, and relaunching fabric across all collections.
The Skovby collection of innovative and functional tables, chairs, sideboards, display cabinets and occasional pieces is known throughout the world for unique designs, high quality and Danish craftsmanship. This comprehensive range is extensive and adaptive, and available in a variety of finishes.
Since 1896 German company Rauch has been satisfying a demand for bedroom furniture and storage solutions that match personal style, create a high-quality, feel-good environment and which are still affordable. They will be presenting inspiring new colours and concepts for their bestselling ranges, and revealing new products for 2018.
Founded in Eupen, Belgium in 1961, ROM has always strived to meet the demands of a dynamic and fast-changing market and to create a sofa to suit individual needs. Continuously modernised by styles and trends, the company embraced new technologies and adapted to customers’ needs and tastes right from the start.
Sensitivity, trend awareness, and providing a ‘comfortable life’ are main goals with every product developed by Polish company Sits. Predominantly using eco-friendly materials, they have twenty years experience developing, designing and producing upholstered furniture to the highest standard.
Over 25 years the Camel Group has gained a reputation for designing and constructing traditional and modern furniture made from materials of strictly Italian origin, and for quick reliable export from their base in north-east Italy to customers around the world.
Following Mies van der Rohe’s axiom ‘less is more’ Ego Italiano has won a prominent position in the Italian industry in just a few years by creating quality hand-made sofas that combine ancient crafts and traditions with cutting edge technological innovation.
And finally, hülsta, part of the Hüls group, market leaders in modular contemporary furniture at different price levels, whose stand will showcase high quality wardrobes, media, dining and nursery furniture all ‘Made in Germany.’
For more details of what to see, and to register to visit, please see www.januaryfurnitureshow.com