DECORATION + DESIGN Melbourne will be held Thursday 15 – Sunday 18 July 2010, showcasing the latest furniture and furnishing designs from over 150 Australian and international companies.
DECORATION + DESIGN Melbourne will be held Thursday 15 - Sunday 18 July 2010, showcasing the latest furniture and furnishing designs from over 150 Australian and international companies.
April 4th, 2011
This event is considered Australia’s leading trade fair with regards to soft furnishings & interior products and will bring together a wide array of soft furnishing and interior suppliers.
It caters to key industry decision makers and buyers who will have the opportunity to see the latest design trends in Australia and New Zealand.
The event is co-located with Furnitex.
For further information, please visit decorationdesign.com.au or email Rob.Zacharin@fco.gov.uk
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