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Dezeen at Home

Dezeen at Home: designers and brands wanted for new exhibition

Dezeen is looking for ten upcoming designers and brands to present their products at Home, a new design-led homewares and interiors trade show that takes place in London in January.

Dezeen at Home: designers and brands wanted for new exhibition

We’re looking for people with well-designed products for the home that are ready to be sold in shops but which are not yet widely available in the UK.

Home takes place from 15-17 January at Earl’s Court in London and will present over 160 hand-selected brands to a professional, trade-only audience of buyers and retailers from around the UK.

Dezeen at Home: designers and brands wanted for new exhibition

Dezeen at Home will occupy a 12 square metre stand in a central location at the fair, where we’ll present work selected by Dezeen in conjunction with Home. We’ll be looking for products that combine design innovation with commercial savvy. Products need to be realistically priced, to have passed all relevant safety tests and be available to order.

Selected brands will be asked to pay a registration fee of £250 to cover administration, staffing and set-up costs and Dezeen will take a commission on any orders taken at the show, but otherwise there is no charge for being involved in Dezeen at Home.

Dezeen at Home: designers and brands wanted for new exhibition

To apply to exhibit at Dezeen at Home, please send the following to [email protected] with "Dezeen at Home" in the subject line:

- a single A4 PDF describing up to THREE of your products and listing your wholesale and retail prices, as well as details of lead times for orders.
- low-res jpeg photos of the products (max 5mb per email)

The deadline for submissions is Monday 19 December. Successful applicants will be announced in early January. Exhibitors will be responsible for installing their products, supplying display materials, providing necessary insurance and arranging transport to and from the venue.

Dezeen at Home: designers and brands wanted for new exhibition

Trade visitors can register for the show now via the Home website and save the £20 entrance fee. For enquiries about last-minute stand availability, including the subsidised Home Grown section for emerging UK designers, contact Ian Rudge [email protected].

Here’s some info about Home:

Home: 15-17 January 2012. The most important home Event of the Year - Showcasing the very best in homewares and interior accessories.

From 2012, the homewares and interior accessories industry has a new Home: a dedicated design-led trade show sitting alongside Top Drawer in the heart of London – the design capital of Europe. Home will deliver an unrivalled range of stunning, commercially focussed products for the home from over 160 hand-selected brands.

Featuring everything from small and occasional furniture and lighting to accessories for the kitchen and bathroom; soft furnishings and tableware to glassware and garden accessories, Home gives you the chance to see a dedicated showcase from classic and contemporary exhibitors such as Royal VKB, Black + Blum, Alessi, 95% Danish, 95% Dutch, Coach House, Pad Home, Eva Solo, Stelton, Skandium, LSA, Jonathan Adler, Garden Trading, Royal Delft, Content by Conran, SCP and Authentics.

Home is being designed by award winning agency Kent Lyons. Home is trade only, a professional event from Clarion Events and Ian Rudge, Co-Founder of 100% Design and Tent London - Home is already as big as 100% Design was when it moved to Earls court in 1999.

Home is also the place to discover fantastic UK brands with a heritage: Rowlett Rutland, makers of the worlds finest toasters, hand built and engineered right here in the UK; Moon and co, established for more than 200 years, operating from the last vertical mill in the UK, purveyors of fabric to the likes of Armani; Repeat Repeat, 5ml, exciting young British potteries who are leading the Stoke Rennaissance with exciting ceramics and tableware...

Home is the first show of the year, and the only UK exhibition that most of our exhibitors are doing in 2012 - so it really is an unmissable event.