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Interior Design Markets 2022: Full Calendar and Schedule of Shows

social post calendar 2022 eventsThe major interior design industry events began returning to normal in 2021, and 2022 is shaping up to continue the return to normalcy, with almost all shows returning in-person. Based on industry data, in-person events appear to be back to the preferred choice with virtual events being scaled back or dropped altogether. 

Will will continue to update this list of the interior design industry’s major trade show events as they are updated heading into 2022.


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Where: Paris-Nord Villepinte Parc des Expositions, Allée des Érables · Paris

When: Jan 18-22 2022



Maison&Objet is back for 2022 after being cancelled in 2021 due to COVID. Usually one of the major international events of the year, it will kick off the 2022 interior design events calendar. It exhibits 3,000 brands and designers featuring products from across the world, with a heavy focus on Europe.

The fair is divided into two sections: Objet and Maison. The Objet section exhibits objects and accessories, while Maison showcases decor and architectural products.


Las Vegas Markets

Where: World Market Center · Las Vegas

When: Jan. 23-27, 2022 (Winter) · Jul. 24-28 (Summer)



The Las Vegas Markets are the major West Coast interior design and furniture showcases of the year. They were among the first to return in 2020, following in the footsteps of High Point Market. Come here to see over 4,300 lines of exclusive West Coast-influenced products across the permanent showrooms and over 500 temporary exhibits of new and upcoming products that the Las Vegas Markets showcase every year. 



Where: Jacob K. Javits Convention Center · New York City

When: Feb. 6-9 2022



NY Now is the perfect interior design show for finding the finishing accessories to give your installations a polished, finished look. It features many new and up-coming designers, many of whom showcase their work exclusively at this NYC event. 



Where: Orlando, FL

When: February 8-10, 2022



KBIS brings every aspect of kitchen and bath innovation together into a comprehensive experience.  Plus, our friends over at Kitchen and Bath Marketing Solutions will be there so be sure to stop by booth #S3775 to say hello!


Stockholm Design Week 2022

Where: Multiple locations · Stockholm

When: Feb 7-13 2022



If you have an affinity for Scandinavian design, you will want to keep an eye on Stockholm Design Week. This design festival showcases a spectrum of design exhibitions and includes lectures, panel discussions and several satellite events, including the Stockholm Furniture & Light Fair, which will run from Feb 8-12. 


AmericasMart Atlanta Markets 

Where: AmericasMart Center · Atlanta

When: Mar. 2-4 2022 (Spring) · Oct. 19-21 2022 (Fall)



AmericasMart Atlanta is a permanent collection of showrooms open all year that hosts bi-annual interior design events, both of which are called the Atlanta Market. In 2021, the Markets were in July and November, but 2022 will see the events return to their typical Spring and Fall time frames. The 2020 Spring Market will include hundreds of exhibits across its permanent showrooms. 


Where: Pacific Design Center
When: March 23, 2022

It is worth noting that Westweek, once the hallmark annual event of the Pacific Design Center, was cancelled in both 2020 and 2021. This one-day spring event will happen on March 23rd this year and features keynotes and open houses to inspire you for 2022.

High Point Markets

Where: High Point, North Carolina

When: Apr. 2-6 2022 (Spring) · Oct. 22-26 2022 (Fall)



High Point Fall Market is a bi-annual conference that typically draws over 75,000 people per event, making them arguably the most significant furniture trade shows of the year. Exhibitors set up shop across the 11.5 million square feet of exhibition space, making it the largest furniture trade show in the world. Its significance and scope attracts visitors from every corner of the globe, including VIPs who know that High Point is not the show to miss. 


High Point Market Fall 2020 was one of the few major interior design events that took place after the coronavirus outbreak, and it set the bar for how to orchestrate a major interior design trade show in the throes of a pandemic. While the Spring and Fall 2021 events did not reach the level of attendance of pre-COVID years, the events went off without a hitch, and the Fall iteration brought back many of the entertainment elements of Markets past – and 2022 seems certain to do more of the same.


NeoCon at the MerchandiseMart (theMART)

Where: The Merchandise Mart · Chicago, Illinois

When: NeoCon Jun. 13-15, 2022



NeoCon will move back to June in 2022, having last taken place in October 2021 (it was cancelled in 2020). This annual event focuses on showcasing innovation in commercial design, and is the place to be for a futuristic view into how furniture and fixtures will evolve in the coming years. 


New York Luxury Design Fair

Where: Jacob K. Javits Convention Center · New York City

When: Sep 8-11 2022



The New York Luxury Design Fair took the place of the AD Design Show, which for 20 years was a must-attend event on the interior design industry event calendar. This rebranded event, produced by theMART, will exhibit the new product lines of over 300 luxury brands across furniture, accessories, lighting, and art, as well as kitchen, bath, and building materials. It will also include design seminars, culinary events, and VIP guest appearances.


International Contemporary Furniture Fair (ICFF)

Where: Jacob K. Javits Convention Center · New York City

When: Nov. 2022 (2022 Dates TBD)



After being cancelled in 2020, the world-renowned ICFF returned to the interior design events calendar in Fall 2021, marking the first year the event merged with WantedDesign Manhattan, a platform for the design community that produces content and hosts industry events. Together, the two shows will present more than 800 design-driven exhibitors at the Javits Center in Manhattan, plus additional keynote speakers and panels. 


But the big takeaway is that after a slow return to normal in 2021, the 2022 interior design events calendar looks healthy and strong. With demand for interior design services and home furnishings continuing to remain high, and an excitement to network in person, expect the upcoming interior design trade shows to be more important in 2022 than ever. 

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Margot LaScala
Margot LaScala
Margot is a writer and interior designer based in the NYC area. She is passionate about keeping up with the latest architecture and design news to not only stay informed, but inspired.

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