This July, for the first time ever, three fairs come together to make Decorate Life â€“ covering everything to do with the home and furnishing in design.
May 2nd, 2008
Occupying the whole of Frankfurt’s Exhibition Centre, Decorate Life brings together Tendence, Collectione and The Design Annual to provide a dizzying array of furniture, home accessories, home textiles, garden furniture, tableware and gifts.
Tendence Autum + Winter provides all-new products for the autumn and Christmas season – in addition to being a design event, Tendence is at the forefront of innovation, trends and ideas. A new part of Tendence is Young Living which will look particularly at products for young people.
Collectione is the launching ground for all new products for Spring and Summer 2009, with new segment Outdoor Living providing a range of solutions for the garden.
The Design Annual is a curated showcase of high-grade design, each year with a different theme. This year’s Design Annual will include an installation by experimental artist Tobias Rehberger and will be under the theme inside: showtime.
Indesign Group’s Penny Craswell will be attending Decorate Life this year, which will run from 4 – 8 July, so stay tuned for coverage post-fair.
Caption: Birds house made of felt, Tendence 2007
Photo: Messe Frankfurt Exhibition GmbH / Petra Welzel
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