Running from 4-7 February 2024, Spring Fair will play host to a wide range of housewares suppliers at the NEC Birmingham next year.
Nick Davison, portfolio director, Spring Fair, commented: “I’m extremely excited by our home designation for 2024. We’re delighted to offer buyers some sensational exclusive brands at the show, alongside some great looking newcomers.
“From our work to create an easy to navigate and efficient onsite experience to the house of free content on trends and industry topics, our aim is to produce the best possible environment for showcasing new products and trends, to put the products and their creators at the heart of the show, and offer an inspirational showcase for buyers that they can trust in to deliver the next successes for their business. Spring Fair looks set to be the must-attend home destination for 2024.”
Already Spring Fair buyer favourites, Manchester-based My Gifts Trade returns with its array of homewares designs, including collaborations with Costa Nova, Gusta, Casa Fina, Pip Studio and more. Pure Table Top will feature collections from Kew, Olly Smith and Joules, and Captivate Brands will offer new designs from Mary Berry, Yvonne Ellen and Cathering Lansfield amongst others.
Buyers will also discover T&G Woodware, EKAU homewares, David Mason Designs, Ulster Weavers, Dunlevy Distributors, Citylook Imports, International Cookware, RKW featuring Smeg, Tower and Russell Hobbs, and Ultimate Products, presenting Salter, Progress and Beldray.
Newcomers to the housewares section of the show include MarbleHaven, Kleen-Tex Industries, Primeur, Bluebell and Lark, DRAD International, and Zensan.
The DRH Collections returns with its main partners BIA, Artland, and Anton Studio Design. DKB Distribution will offer brands including Igenix, Statesman, Ewbank and Ariete. While Bluestem Group will be offering brands including Dualit, Russell Hobbs, Panasonic, Black & Decker and Tefal.