We return to Rockbeare Manor for Spring!
What better way to view Spring 2020 collections than a return to visit to Rockbeare Manor, a striking Grade I listed manor in the most breath-taking location situated in a secluded spot, just outside of Exeter.
After a hugely successful show here earlier this year we decided that we had to return! This year will see an extended number of exhibitors and brands which we’ll be housing in a marquee which will be joined to the Manors beautiful ballroom.
We currently have over 30 confirmed suppliers featuring a collective 100+ brands during our 2 day show. You can view the confirmed list of exhibitors on our South West exhibitors page.
Join us for the largest interiors show for the South West region and be the first to see the Spring 2020 collections to kickstart your latest and upcoming projects. Our exhibitors will be delighted to share their latest and highly sought-after fabrics, wallcoverings, furniture, flooring, rugs, lighting, furnishings plus much more - and all in one fabulous location.
So why travel to London when you can see new and existing suppliers, colleagues, the latest collections and design inspiration all in one exciting venue. We even have Jo Malone providing free luxury hand massages and the venues freshly prepared lunches and refreshments are delightfully delicious!
Why not bring a colleague or a friend and truly make a day of it!
24th – 25th March 2020, Rockbeare Manor nr. Exeter REGISTER NOW
Feedback from our shows:
"If there's anything already in the diary, it's cancelled to go to this show" @designfixuk
"A very inspiring day held in beautiful surroundings. Great to see so many exhibitors closer to home" @JMiltonUK
"A great day at Design Central UK...caught up with design friends old and new" @Curve_Interior
"I've wanted to look inside this house for years...a wonderful show" @charlottehurkettle
"Great day out at Design Central... Beautiful venue and fantastic fabric exhibitors. Discovered new designers I love and will blog about them soon!" @kregandesigns