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Decor + Design Trade Fair

14th July, 2017

From this Thursday, the Melbourne Convention and Exhibition Centre will host Decor + Design, showcasing over 300 exhibitors across interiors, soft furnishings, lighting, homewares, and furniture, and a seminar series featuring both local and international design experts.

 

Decor + Design. Australia’s premier interiors trade show will see over 300 exhibitors showcase the latest in interiors, soft furnishings, lighting, homewares, and furniture.

Connecting designers, decorators, retailers, manufacturers and architects, the four-day event will also include: the VIVID (Vibrant Visions in Design) Competition, Australia’s longest-running design competition; a revamped bazaar, Design Laneway and Wall Street, featuring indie studios producing micro-production runs of their original designs; access to the Australian International Furniture Fair, including AIFF Loves Homemade; AND the Trends Champagne Lounge!

Running throughout the show, D+D’s International Seminar Series will provide a platform for an impressive bill of international and local design experts (including our faves The Society Inc, David Hicks Studio, and Anna Spiro Textiles) to discuss their work and share perspectives around the theme: ‘Awakening: Conscious Design’.

Thursday July 20th and Friday 21st, 10am-5pm
Saturday 22nd, 10am-4pm
Sunday 23rd, 10am-3pm

Trade only – free entry.

To find out more visit Décor + Design website, here.

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