The trendshow in hall 10.2 will relate to these global megatrends:
More and more people are moving into the cities, but they don't want to do without their open-air oasis there either. Practical furniture as well as compact sun protection solutions or living accessories for balconies, roof terraces and small gardens are required for this purpose.
Best agers are a growing target group, who also want to enjoy their comforts outdoors. As such, the market is demanding ergonomic, understandable and easy-to-operate design for both the young and old alike.
Sustainable design is becoming increasingly more significant for outdoor spaces. The implementation of natural, recycled or low-pollutant materials plays a role here together with certifications for the production of furniture.
Freedom of design and material
Freedom of design is an important theme today when furnishing the "green living room". Colours and materials can be cheerfully combined as well as modular furniture and furniture systems.
Less is more also applies for the garden and the terrace more and more frequently. Today's garden furniture and decorations offer a new air of lightness with their filigree forms and reduced implementation of material.
Furniture or accessories for outdoors are becoming cosier and at the same time easier to clean thanks to their innovative textiles and surfaces. LED, Bluetooth or apps enable new functions, more comfort and networking.
Registration for the Trendshow Outdoor Furniture & Decoration
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Your Timeline regarding the Trendshow Outdoor Furniture & Decoration
|20.07.2019||Curation of the trend themes by brandherm&Krumrey, architectural office|
|26.07.2019||Information regarding the acceptance and space allocation of the products incl. details regarding the delivery points|
|30.08.2019||9.00 a.m. - 2.00 p.m.||Delivery of the accepted products at the determined delivery point|
|03.09.2019||5.00 p.m. - 8.00 p.m.||Product collection|
|03.09.2019||8.00 p.m.||End of the official supervision of the exhibition areas|