Yecla Furniture Fair will be starting today and there will be more than one novelty regarding furniture design which will be coming to dynamize Murcia. The event will be starting today and with that in mind, we’re giving you this article which contains the essentials you need to know for this occasion.
The Yecla Furniture Fair is an event currently celebrating its 58th edition and it will be a gathering and networking spot for more than 500 companies all of whom are focused on the wood, furniture, and upholstery in the region. Since 1961 this even has been the most famous in this category in the Autonomous Community of the Region of Murcia.
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Known as either the Feria del Mueble Yecla or the Yecla Furniture Fair (depending on the country you’re from), this event will be gathering enterprises from countries such as Spain, Portugal, Brazil and Germany. You can expect a total of 120 exhibitors all of whom will converge in the 17’000 m2 of the building in order to provide a display of craftsmanship and demonstrate their best capabilities in their field.
Among the categories, you will be able to find while walking around the Yecla Furniture Fair aside from a variety of furniture styles (Classic, Neoclassic, Modern, Outdoor, Kids, etc) you can also find some chairs, lamps and other furniture pieces made from quality materials (like, for example, Chrome-plated Metal Furniture or even Wrought Iron Furniture).
The event will open every day from 10:00 to 18:30, however, it will only be open to the general public on the 10th of May, being restricted to professionals of the area until then. Among some of the top companies present, there’s Elastron (Portugal), Rafael Ortega (Spain), Vitor Moreira (Portugal), Navarro (Spain), Fama (Spain), among many more.
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Among the special occasions that will be taking place at this year’s edition, we can count with the 100th anniversary of the creation of Bauhaus by founder Walter Gropius. With that in mind, there will be a collage of carpets set on the event in order to display a game of symmetries and colours which will be leading the visitors to a display that will tell the full history of the Yecla Furniture Fair.
It’s no surprise that the municipality of Yecla has been chosen for this special event, seen as its main activity has been largely focused on wood and furniture sector. In this town, there are many carpenters, foremen and coopers who are immensely attached to activities related to artisan woodwork as well as to the elaboration of other woodwork products. So taking that into consideration, it’s no wonder that the Yecla Furniture Fair still remains as one of the most relevant events of that area, managing to survive and adapt into the current economic and social situations and having the support and backup of the Regional and Local Authorities.