Interiors Monthly 2011
December's issue of Interiors Monthly looks at flooring forecasts for 2012, profiles Doshi Levein, examines the growing importance of own label ranges for buying groups, shows how warranties can offer different things to differering retailers, looks at how blinds may be a low-cost makeover sale, reports on Bosnia and Herzegovina's furniture heritage and previews Interiors UK, Heimtextil, Domotex, IMM Cologne and CIFF. Plus the latest industry news, opinion and new products.
November’s issue of Interiors Monthly looks at how underlay manufacturers are helping retailers avoid consumers trading down; reveals how one LVT company is determined to build a brand; shows how after sale service is becoming key; looks at the latest news in the beds and bedroom sector and the exhibition guide profiles must-see shows and reviews MoOD, 100% Design, Decorex and The Bed Show. Plus the latest industry news, new products and comment.
October’s issue of Interiors Monthly looks at British manufacturing success stories, tells why home entertainment units must be seen as well as heard; examines how customer focus is bringing franchise success; reveals how a new fibre could be the third way between wool and polypropylene; looks at how the latest software is looking to the cloud, reviews the Harrogate Flooring Show plus the latest industry news, opinion and new products.
The September issue of Interiors Monthly examines the beds and bedroom market and contains the show guide for the Bed Show; the carpet feature looks at how companies are getting greener, the importance of branding and new technology; Next’s latest home store format is assessed; the upholstery feature looks at how a design classic so nearly never happened; the latest wood and laminate flooring trends are explored; the living and dining feature shows how to brighten up the dining room with the latest chairs; and how investing in the environment and technology is bringing benefits in the transport sector. Plus the latest news, opinions, entertainment and new products.
August’s issue of Interiors Monthly reveals the 40 winners of the Interiors Monthly 2011 Awards, tells you everything you need to know in the Harrogate Flooring Show show guide, marks the return of Wool Week, finds out why Kati Meyer-Bruhl keeps adding to her collection of international design awards, previews MoOD and reviews the Manchester Furniture Show. Plus the latest industry news, opinion and new products.
July’s issue of Interiors Monthly looks at Carlo Colombo’s evolving upholstery style; examines how patterned carpet is growing in popularity and Wools of New Zealand’s latest initiative; reveals how one manufacturer is making big-time return to the dining sector for independent retailers; looks at bedroom cabinet and bedlinen trends; uncovers a wooden floor double certification first; previews the Harrogate Flooring Show and includes the Manchester Furniture Show show guide along with the latest industry news, comment and new products.
June’s issue of Interiors Monthly is another packed issue: Michael Hardiman gives his views as he retires from the Carpet Foundation; the upholstery feature looks at icons moving outdoors; marketing explores the importance of CRM; the Expo guide profiles must see shows, previews the Manchester Furniture Show and buying groups’ exhibitions; how flooring buying groups are promoting independence is explored; Flourisalone is reviewed; we look at why British design is a global power and the growing floor protection market. Plus the latest news and new products.
May’s issue of Interiors Monthly features all the best from iSalone; the first chance to vote in the 2011 Interiors Monthly Awards; the second part of our look at the importance of design in the bedroom; looks at the enduring popularity of occasional furniture; examines alternatives to oak in the wood and laminate flooring market; asks what’s happening in the carpet sector for halls, stairs and landings and looks at the latest rugs and nature inspired lighting. Plus all the latest news, new products and comment.
The April issue of Interiors Monthly asks if there is an alterative to oak in the living and dining rooms, finds out what’s hot in living room carpet, looks at how design is now ate the core of developing products in the beds and bedroom supplement, examines why everyone wants a slice of the LVT cake, hails armchairs as upholstery stars and finds out what software updates mean for your business. Plus the latest industry news, comment and new products.
The March issue of Interiors Monthly looks at some of the leading players in British interiors manufacturing; the Belgium supplement profiles its leading flooring producers; Pierre Roset on why the family will never sell Ligne Roset; Heimtextil is reviewed; the latest audio-visual furniture is examined; the underlay feature asks who is winning the PU and rubber battle while we have the final say on interiors 2011 and look at the latest new products.
February’s issue of Interiors Monthly is an exhibition extravaganza with full reviews of interiors 2011, Domotex and imm Cologne. The carpet feature looks at getting the right display stand, the New Design Britain winners are revealed and there is a host of new products.
January's issue of Interiors Monthly is another packed issue, including the interiors 2011 show guide. Aram, Home Quarter, UK Flooring Direct and Associated Weavers are profiled; the beds and bedroom feature looks ahead to 2011’s bestsellers; how colour is making its mark is the focus of the carpet feature; a decade of design is celebrated in the upholstery feature; key trends for 2011 are revealed, alongside the latest new products.