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05.03.2019, 06:03

CIFF Guangzhou (18 to 21 March)

Company News, Furnishing & Decor, Events, APAC
The Home Décor & Home Textile Zone at the 43rd edition of CIFF Guangzhou, the world's largest furniture exhibition and FM Industry event partner, will focus on transforming interior living spaces.


Occupying 11 pavilions in Area C of the China Import & Export Fair Complex in Pazhou, the Zone will host exhibition stands from more than 700 exhibitors - including established regional and international brands, Global Views, Uttermost, VC Asia, AK, Viva Bella, Wangkai, Fuli, D.Sky Home, L-Art, Baijing, Silk Music, Jinda, Summer, Marsden, Vati, Diamond Star, Tian Yu, Fennessy and Link Life Creation e Jiading.

 

Several up-and-coming furniture brands will also be debuting for the first time at CIFF Guangzhou 2019, including Home Décor & Home Textile will see the debut of new brands like Gerodi, AK, Wangkai, Fuli, Taoyitao, Zhenghao, Chengqi, Yan Furniture, Queego and Yuli to further enrich the wide selection of offerings the event is renowned for.

 

With buyers increasingly expressing a preference for single-source suppliers, many exhibitors will present stylish accent pieces, works of sculpture, glassware, handicraft, Zen and floral artwork, lighting, bed linen, fabrics and carpeting alongside furniture and soft furnishings collections.

 

Viva Bella, D.Sky Home, Flolenco, Omya, FH and Home & Superior will also exhibit fine ceramic, glass, and metal pieces in a range of styles designed to demonstrate harmony within diversity.

 

Improving Style and Quality of Life

A theme of this year's event will be the contribution of home decor in "Improving Style and Quality of Life" through a seminar programme examining the impact of new ideas and how different decorative styles and cultures can bring new life to interior living spaces.

 

Celebrating creative design

For the first time, CIFF Guanghzou will include an area (Pavilion 16.4) created in collaboration with the Shenzhen Houseware Culture Products Association and Shenzhen Dafen Oil Painting Association, and dedicated to exploring art as a source of inspiration for creative furniture design.

 

Exploring the importance of lighting

Pavilion 16.2 will present the latest trends in lighting design through product displays from emerging brands, including VC Asia, AK, Jinda, Summer, Comely and Marsden e Huanyu.

 

China Interiors & Decorations Conference

The Spring 2019 edition of the China Interiors & Decorations Conference will be hosted in the Home Décor & Home Textile Zone, allowing visitors to participate in forums and meet designers and industry experts.

 

The event is dedicated to analysing the impact of lifestyles changes on furniture design trends.

 

The organisers of the event look forward to welcoming you to CIFF Guangzhou from 18 to 21 March, 2019. Visit https://www.ciff.furniture/ for visitor registration.

 

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