Revamped Summerhouse sector to show off handpicked brands at Spring Fair 2020


  • New location fostering greater sense of community between sectors
  • Hand-picked edit of complementary products to deliver greater ROI for visitors
  • 2-6 February 2020, NEC, Birmingham 

Spring Fair, the number one sourcing destination for home and gift retail, will launch its new vision for visitor-favourite sector, The Summerhouse, at its 2020 show. The carefully handpicked selection of design-led exhibitors will take up a new venue within the NEC, promoting a more collective feel to the sector, as well as encouraging more collaboration between visitors and exhibitors. 

The new prime location in hall 20 puts The Summerhouse in between the Living, Accents & Décor sections in halls 6 and 19, helping to create what will be the largest continuously laid-out offering of lifestyle, home and interiors in the UK. The development of an uninterrupted offering of home and living products across all three sectors comes following a successful re-edit of Living, Accents & Décor at Autumn Fair 2019.

Summerhouse is the focal point of the home section. As the smartest way to discover what’s on trend at Spring Fair, visitors can expect to be drawn in by a community of prestigious, handpicked, artisan exhibitors offering a carefully curated edit of on-trend and design-led brands across gifting, interiors, lighting and lifestyle.

At the show, Summerhouse visitors can look forward to connecting with well-known and trend-led living brands such as Cozy Living with their Nordic-inspired interiors, The Libra Company with their premium ranges of interior design accessories, homeware and more and Garden Trading, whose pieces draw from both British countryside and city lifestyle trends.

Other sector favourites include the eclectic ranges of Pacific Lifestyle, faux flowers and Christmas decorations from Parlane and Stoneglow Candles’ full range of home fragrance products.

Best known for their Christmas products, Gisela Graham will also be on hand to take visitors through their hundreds of new products across 16 ranges, as well as show them around their pop-up workshop, allowing attendees to experience the quality and effort that goes into making each item.

With more on offer than just interiors and living brands however, The Summerhouse will also be welcoming the likes of Jellycat and their range of cute and quirky soft toys.

The new offering will allow for greater cross-buying opportunities than ever before across the Home & Living halls, with key bellwether Spring Fair names such as Coach House, and Kaemingk drawing visitors on into halls 6 and 19 respectively from the Summerhouse.

Paria Mercer, The Summerhouse Editor at Spring Fair said: “Summerhouse is at the heart of what Spring Fair is about – newness and opportunities to source goods that buyers may not have initially realised could be profit-drivers for their business. For that reason alone, it’s often the best place to start on your Spring Fair journey.”

“With the new 2020 vision we’ve put Summerhouse at the heart of our Home & Living destination so to complement the propositions of our other sectors. Our Summerhouse offering is entirely unique in its approach – no other European show curates in this way. What this does for the show is deliver a sector that is thoroughly customer-centric and truly an oasis of on-trend products, and helps make Spring Fair the UK’s best and unmissable sourcing destination for buyers in garden centre, furniture and giftware, as well as interior designers.”

Spring Fair runs from the 2 – 6 February at Birmingham’s National Exhibition Centre. Register to attend for free here:

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