Interiors Monthly 2010

  • January 2010

    January's issue of Interiors Monthly is the largest yet. The bumber issue contains full hall plans and exhibitor listings for Interiors 2010; John Lewis's At Home store is profiled; how advice is allowing Wood You Like to grow; read Ikea's bedroom predictions for 2010 and find out what interiors companies are doing to reduce their environmental impact.

     

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  • February 2010

    February's issue contains all you need to know from the start of the winter exhibition season with full reviews of Heimtextil, Domotex, IMM Cologne and Interiors 2010. Plus the latest interiors industry environmental scheme; the return of Joynson Holland; how your carpet could soon be in your garden; and how to make sure your suppliers are making sure their quality control is spot on.

     

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  • March 2010

    March’s issue of Interiors Monthly profiles some of the country’s leading furniture companies in the Best of British supplement, while leaders of the Belgian flooring industry are spotlighted in the Belgium supplement. Find out how living room carpets are becoming more colourful and discover the latest in the wood and laminate flooring market. Read how fungi could solve an upholstery environmental issue and check the latest new products to hit the market.

     

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  • April 2010

    April’s issue of Interiors Monthly explores how carpet firms are keeping things tidy, Modernist leader Robert Haussmann reflects on design, the Rugs supplement profiles some of the sector’s leading players, e15 celebrates its 15th birthday, why flooring accessories can lift profits and the best from IFFS and London Design Week. Plus News, Comment, Entertainment and a plethora of New products.

     

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  • May 2010

    May is another packed issue of Interiors Monthly. See the best of I Salone; read how carpet is getting greener; discover how wood and laminate floors are becoming bolder; find out about the return of Fun on the Floor; read how marketing is paying off; se the latest happenings in the Beds and bedrooms supplement and check out the latest new products.

     

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  • June 2010

    June’s Interiors Monthly sees why the bedroom remains one room where consumers are prepared to invest in their carpet; explores the quiet revolution in conservatory furniture; finds out how wood and laminate floors are making themselves at home in the kitchen; while the Exhibition Guide profile must visit shows, previews the Manchester Furniture Show and reviews the Flooring One show.

     

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  • June 2010 Expo Guide

    The Interiors Monthly International Exhibition Guide gives you the rundown on the top interiors trade exhibitions throughout the year to make sure you find the new products and suppliers you need.

     

     

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  • July 2010

    In July’s issue of Interiors Monthly find out how Redwood Bay is bringing US style to the UK; see how Traditional Carpets is leading the move for patterns; explore why selling the dream is key for upholstery success; in the Wood and Laminate supplement see a new area for Quick-Step, why choice matters and a family success. The Show guide for Manchester Furniture Show will help you plan your visit, while Harrogate Flooring Show is previewed and ICFF is reviewed.

     

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  • August 2010

    August’s issue of Interiors Monthly sees the Interiors Monthly Awards 2010 winners revealed; examines how Axminster Carpets has reinvented itself; allows you to plan your visit to the Harrogate Flooring Show with the complete show guide; focuses on the upholstery winners of the Red Dot awards; reviews the Manchester Furniture Show, Proposte and New Designers while Trend Watch looks at the next generation of design stars.

     

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  • September 2010

    September’s issue of Interiors Monthly focuses on how companies have developed their latest product collections, responding to market changes, seeking new customer bases and adapting bestsellers. It also has full details of the Fun on the Floor and Carpet Foundation consumer advertising campaigns designed to lift carpet sales in the vital final quarter of the year, along with regular features such as New Products, Trend Watch and Environment.

     

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  • October 2010

    October's issue of Interiors Monthly looks at the OFT's proposals on the rules on sales and discounts, sees how Limited Edition has taken carpet displays to new heights, examines why consumers are turning to the Best of British and reviews the Harrogate Flooring Show and The Bed Show.

     

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  • November 2010

    November’s issue of Interiors Monthly looks at if consumers can still be persuaded to trade up on underlay; the beds and bedroom supplement celebrates a major anniversary, sees how memory foam designed for beds is sitting comfortably, spots nest year’s bedroom trend and reviews The Bed Show; The wood and laminate and vinyl features examine what companies are doing to stand out from the crowd while living and dining shows that simplicity rules. The natural flooring feature asks if the sector is ready to go mainstream and the exhibition guide showcases some of the must-visit trade shows. And don’t forget your regular favourites such as new products, environment, trend watch and final polish.

     

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  • November 2010 Exhibition Guide

    The Interiors Monthly International Exhibition Guide gives you the rundown on the top interiors trade exhibitions throughout the year to make sure you find the new products and suppliers you need.

     

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  • December 2010

    December's issue of Interiors Monthly sees top furniture designers discuss the impact the environment is having on products; Balta reveals its plans for Domo; Michael Northcroft takes a new direction; interiors 2011, Domotex and imm Cologne are previewed; Asiatic celebrates 50 years and why independence matters for buying group members. Plus your regular favourites including new products, environment, trend watch and final polish.

     

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