33rd edition of CIFF runs March 18-22
January 30, 2014,
The 33rd edition of the fairwill cover residential furnitureas well as outdoor, home décor,home accents and home textiles.Combined, these categories willspan about seven million squarefeet of exhibition space andfeature 3,800 exhibitors, showofficials said.
The furniture segment coversabout half this space andincludes about 1,700 exhibitors,show officials said. It is expectedto draw about 100,000 or halfof the total 200,000 visitors expectedfrom around the world.
Among the key featuresof this year's event is a200,000-square-foot spacereserved for well-known internationalbrands such as Natuzzi,Ashley, Cheers, Chateau D'Ax,Cavalli, HTL and Lugano Furniture.The show also will havea dedicated area for youth furniturecalled the Kids & TeensFurniture Zone.
As buyers have come toexpect, halls also segment variousstyles and design categoriesincluding classical and modernfurniture. Home furnishingsdesign trends will be featuredas part of the sixth CIFF DesignGallery.
An office segment of CIFFwill be held March 28-April 1 atthe same complex. This segmentalso features the China InternationalFurniture Machinery &Furniture Raw Materials Fair.For more information abouteither show, or to register, visit www.ciff-gz.com
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