Autumn Furniture Show

6th – 7th October 2020|  NAEC Stoneleigh Park

The Autumn Furniture Show a two day trade event showcasing an impressive UK and Global portfolio across two halls.

Every sector of the furniture buying industry attends this show, from independent retailer’s right through to contract buyers, we are open to all.

Our venue, NAEC Stoneleigh Park, is surrounded by beautiful countryside within the heart of England with free car parking for over 30,000 cars and a great choice of accommodation close by and superb road, rail and air access.

Over the course of the two day you will find exhibitors covering dining & living, beds & bedroom furniture, upholstery & living, lighting, cabinet & dining, occasional decorative accessories, software systems, soft furnishings & curtains pictures and mirrors and home office.

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Under 1 roof

8 November 2019

Ask the people behind The Autumn Furniture Show what they hoped to achieve with their event, and they will tell you that it was all about getting exhibitors and retailers talking to each other under one roof.

Power of Paris

8 November 2019

In a busy calendar of furniture events, why should the esprit Meuble in Paris in December, from 6th to 10th, be of particular note? After all, there are a lot of furniture shows, and December is a particularly busy time of year.

Best of British at JFS

8 November 2019

An essential component of the UK’s economy, furniture, bed and furnishings manufacturing in the UK is worth £17.5billion per annum and collectively employs 338,000 people throughout the UK.

Not a run of the mill show!

7 November 2019

When Cabinet Maker attended the Autumn Long Point Show, it was the day the High Court was due to rule on whether or not the Government had acted illegally on the Brexit-related (or not) proroguing of Parliament.

Designs on a sparkling 50th!

7 November 2019

It’s all eyes on Heimtextil in January, which meets for the 50th time, in Frankfurt am Main. Taking place between 7th and 10th January, it’s tagged as the place to be for the global home textiles industry wanting to present trend-setting innovations. Organisers say that exhibitor numbers have increased year on year over the course