Manchester Furniture Show (MFS) returns to Manchester Central from 14-16th July. More relaxed than sister event the January Furniture Show, MFS is already 90% sold out and once again features MidPoint – the show within a show, full of exclusive designs from prominent brands …
Exhibitors in the Main Hall and the MidPoint section include both regular and new exhibitors with plenty to shout about – hundreds of new collections and dozens of additions to bestselling ranges, all ready to entice more than 5000 expected visitors.
Just a few of the well-known UK and international brands showing their latest collections include modern cabinet supplier ALF from Italy, Baker Furniture from the UK and Ireland’s Vida Living.
Upholstery expert Italia Living, Poland’s Sits and the UK’s Westbridge and Whitemeadow brands will all have new models on show.
In beds, UK luxury manufacturers Furmanac and Whitemeadow will launch new styles, and will be joined by Sweet Dreams with new mattresses and beds, and Arte N, showing new beds and co-ordinating bedroom furniture.
The Main Hall plays host to a large number of MFS regulars, as well as those rapidly becoming regulars – upholstery majors Alpha Designs, Buoyant, La-Z-Boy and XYZ will all return after previously enjoying successful shows, and will be joined by relaxation and recliner expert Sherborne Upholstery this year.
Cabinet suppliers Ancient Mariner, Corndell, Global Home, Heartlands, Heritage, Rowico and Value Mark regularly enjoy meeting their existing customers and making new ones at MFS, while experts in mixing furniture with decor items such as Bluebone, Derry’s, Pharmore and Wilde Java will also return.
After the success of MidPoint’s debut at MFS last year, the show will further establish itself as an essential part of the event, with many favoured brands picking up where they left off. Premium international brands ALF, Gala Collezione, Italia Living and Sits will show alongside UK brands Baker Furniture, Chelsom and Kesterport.
Then there is new exhibitor Kler, a highly regarded multi-case manufacturer and supplier from Poland, which has been producing on-trend styles since the early 1970s, continually adapting as fashions and manufacturing methods have advanced.
Looking forward to this year’s show, event director Cleere Scamell says: “We are anticipating a lively MFS this summer. Our exhibitors – both MFS and MidPoint – are experts at producing collections that are right for the market and that buyers will love. Yet again the exhibitor line-up includes brands with great pedigree and great skills. We look forward to welcoming all of our visitors to the UK’s most important and enjoyable summer furniture event.”
Entrance to MFS is free, and registration is now live.
Augustine, La-Z-Boy UK
Tate Charcoal Collection, Rowico UK