Bigger and better: Northpoint will return to its traditional place in the calendar 

The Northpoint Furniture Show returns to its traditional January place in the calendar next month, from 23-25 January. 

For more than 30 years, the agents and representatives of the furniture industry at the SFRA have shown the latest models to furniture retailers throughout Scotland, Ireland and the North of England at the Royal Highland Show Centre at Ingleston, Edinburgh. Although interrupted by the pandemic for 18 months, the show has been enjoyed as a relaxed arena to see all the latest key manufacturers’ products, with time to discuss every aspect with their agents and representatives.

There are already over 40 manufacturers being represented, with more promised. These include Koyoto Upholstery, whose Scottish agent, Alan White says: ‘This is an important show for Scotland and the North of the UK and we have some fantastic new products which we are looking forward to showcasing to Scotland and its retailers.’

Other upholstery companies include Divania, Call Salotti, Sherborne, Celebrity and West Midlands Upholstery.

Sleepeezee also returns with its very latest models and innovations. ‘We had an excellent show in Edinburgh last year and a great response from Scottish retailers,’ says Daryl Drylie, ID Agencies sales director. Other bed manufacturers will include Highgrove, Sweet Dreams, Silentnight, Dura Beds, Shire Beds, The Bed Frame Company, Breasley, Scotch Beds and Wheatcroft.

Cabinet will be shown from Weimann, Core Products, GFL, Taylors and Annaghmore. Weimann offers a huge selection of contemporary and built-in wardrobes, and other manufacturers that are showing offer contemporary and traditional cabinet furniture, from living and dining to a full range of bedroom cabinets and products. Other suppliers will include Abacus, Protect-ABed, Staingard and Mattressgard.

‘The show has been ongoing for more than 40 years, and for over 30 years at Ingleston. The RHS is a great hub for us to show a comprehensive range of furniture in a relaxed atmosphere, and everyone enjoys the surroundings, being easy to reach from all parts of Scotland, Ireland and North England. This year’s President’s Dinner will coincide with the show on the Monday night, and will once again bring together SFRA and the charity SFTBA,’ says Gavin Douglas, Northpoint show organiser.

‘Visitors can register easily online, and ample parking and refreshments are available.’

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