Salone Internazionale del Mobile

      Salone Internazionale del Mobile
      The Salone is as a laboratory for experimentation and cross-pollution, a place for interface and new opportunities for reflection on the world of design and designing.

      A showcase that has always mixed business with culture, shaping the history of design and furnishing yesterday, today and tomorrow. A global platform for truly top-notch products with the emphasis on innovation. The Salone Internazionale del Mobile is split into three style categories: Classic, which draws on the values of tradition, craftsmanship and skill in the art of making furniture and objects in the classic style; Design, products that speak of functionality, innovation and boast a great sense of style and xLux, the section devoted to timeless luxury re-read in a contemporary key. A range of goods that combines quality and technology, shaped by the creativity of the leading sectoral companies, practised at developing their businesses by investing each year in innovative products and home furnishing solutions.

      The many exhibitors along with the thousands of products being unveiled for the first time confirm the Salone Internazionale del Mobile’s enormous value as an international showcase for creativity and a forum for industry professionals, with more than 370,000 attendees on average, every year, from 188 different nations.

      Without forgetting, of course, the special side event in Milan that, every year, accompanies the Salone del Mobile which is signed by the most important international artists and designers. A project of extraordinary value, able to mix design, technology, and history.

      Exhibited products

      Bedrooms
      Hotel bedrooms; Modern bedrooms; Traditional bedrooms

      Beds
      Bunk beds; Convertible beds; Folding beds; Metal beds; Modern beds; Traditional beds; Upholstered beds

      Wardrobes
      Modern wardrobes; Traditional wardrobes
      Partition wardrobes
      Walk-in robes
      Sliding or fixed partitions for walk-in robes; Sliding or fixed partitions for wardrobe walls

      Dining rooms and living rooms
      Cardboard bookcases; Metal bookcases; Modern bookcases, wood; Plastic bookcases; Traditional bookcases, wood
      Modern living rooms; Modular living rooms; Traditional living rooms
      Modern dining rooms; Traditional dining rooms

      Hall furniture
      Modern hall furniture; Traditional hall furniture

      Children's furniture
      Children's bedrooms; Other children's furniture

      Occasional furniture
      Glass furniture; Leather furniture; Marble or stone furniture; Modern furniture;Traditional furniture
      CD-racks; Cocktail cabinets; Radio and hi-fi cabinets
      Shoe cupboards
      Modern mirrors; Traditional mirrors
      Trolleys, metal and glass; Trolleys, plastic; Trolleys, wood
      TV tables

      Tables and chairs
      Cardboard chairs and stools; Leather chairs; Metal chairs; Modern chairs, wood; Plastic chairs; Stacking or folding chairs; Traditional chairs, wood
      Extension dining tables; Marble dining tables; Metal and glass dining tables; Modern dining tables; Plastic dining tables; Traditional dining tablesMarble living room tables; Metal and glass living room tables; Modern living room tables; Plastic living room tables; Stacking and nesting living room tables; Traditional living room tables
      Modern rocking-chairs; Traditional rocking-chairs
      Modern stools; Traditional stools

      Rush and rattan furniture

      Garden furniture
      Garden furniture; Garden umbrellas

      Upholstered furniture
      Leisure armchairs
      Mattresses
      Modern sofas and armchairs; Sofa beds and armchair beds; Traditional sofas and armchairs
      Modern upholstered rocking-chairs; Traditional upholstered rocking-chairs

      Newspapers, magazines and trade publications

      Trade associations and organizations

      Institutional Partner

      Intesa Sanpaolo

      Official Partner

      Cà del Bosco
      Illy
      S.Bernardo
      Audemars Piguet
      Fondazione Fiera Milano
      Alitalia