Julian Bowen unveiled a host of products across many sectors.
Gwinner added to its collection of storage furniture for living and dining rooms, with matching coffee tables and a new and extensive assortment of dining tables benches and chairs, with the
Breasley showcased a refresh of its Uno rolled and boxed mattress collection.
Award winning German bedroom manufacturer Wiemann unveiled seven products.
Marque Furniture introduced its first range of furniture as it made its JFS debut.
Sweet Dreams revealed its latest British-made upholstery ranges.
Teak has a formidable reputation in the world of carpentry and furniture manufacture.
Wooden garden furniture supplier Zest 4 Leisure made its JFS debut.
Gallery Direct introduced designs across the product sectors, and a new brand.
Malaysian International Furniture Fair (MIFF) and co-living specialist Hmlet will launch a showcase of shared living space furnished by some of Malaysia’s best market trend manufacturers at its 2020 edition, in what is says is the first collaboration of its kind in Asia.
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