Everything you need to know about Salone del Mobile 2019

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Only one more month to go till the start of the 58th edition of the biggest Italian furniture fair, Salone del Mobile or better known as isaloni. And this year’s theme is all about the 500th anniversary of Leonardo Da Vinci’s death.

Salone del Mobile in Milan entrance to the fair.

About Salone del Mobile

The Salone del Mobile starts on the 9th of April and ends the 14th. The Salone del Mobile is not only a large exhibition, it is also the reference point and inspiration for many professionals in the design world for the coming year. The fair itself is spread out over the pavilions in Rho Fiera Milano and is divided in many different exhibits. Here are some you should definitely visit:

Salone Internazionale del Mobile

With more than 1100 exhibitors the Salone Internazionale del Mobile attracts yearly over 370.000 attendees from over 180 countries. Within the Salone Internazionale del Mobile we can find 3 different categories: classic, design and xLux but all with the same values of quality and innovation.

Some of the stands at Salone Internazionale del Mobile.

International Furnishing Accessories Exhibition

This year is the 30th time that the International Furnishing Accessories Exhibition is a part of Salone del Mobile. With over 180 exhibitors, this part of the fair pays attention to the decorative elements in furnishing.

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Furniture pieces from the International Furnishing Accessories Exhibition


Euroluce is back this year and is here to light up our homes with over 400 exhibitors, who are ready to present us their most unique design but also the most sustainable technologies in lighting.

A gigantic lamp made out of a blownup balloon.
A origami-like suspension lamp at Euroluce.

Workplace 3.0

If you want to optimize your office and don’t know how? Then Workplace 3.0 is a place you must visit. This is much more than an exhibition it is a think tank that stimulates forward-looking ideas. And new this year at Workplace 3.0 is the S-Project which is based on the interchangeability between furniture pieces and their space.

A think tank at Workplace 3.0.


For new and upcoming designers, there is the SaloneSatellite, a launchpad where they can not only introduce their designs, ideas, etc but also get in touch with other professionals and participate in the SaloneSatellite award competition.

A colorful stand at SaloneSatellite

If you can’t wait for Salone del Mobile, then go get your tickets now at www.salonemilano.it

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