Firm kicks off luxury home, hospitality interior exhibition

Titi Ogunfere

A four-day exhibition to showcase best interior designs and products in the country has kicked off at the Landmark Event Centre in Lagos.

The Luxury Homes and Hospitality Exhibition tagged “Made By Design” is organised by Essential Interiors Magazine in collaboration with The Guardian. The event is meant to showcase curated, exquisitely craft home products and design brands available in the market.

According to the organisers, the event is specially packaged for interior design enthusiasts who wish to showcase a high level of affluence and their success in the business.

Speaking at the occasion, the founder, Essential Interiors Magazine, Titi Ogunfere, said the exhibition is to promote the industry, noting that many Nigerian designers are creating amazing products that can compete with the very best in the world.

She observed that despite the infrastructural challenges in the country, people in the industry are working hard on daily basis to push the sector forward through the production of qualitative products for the market.

The Chief Executive Officer/Managing Director Airtel Nigeria, Mr. Segun Ogunsanya described the fair as a great avenue for Nigerians and the practitioners in the industry to appreciate the finest interior design products that the nation produced noting that it is a testimony to the best in the country. He urged the participants to make the most of the opportunity and promote made in Nigeria to the world.

In a remark, the Chief Executive Officer, Visionaire Luxury Living Limited, Mrs. Ayo Sanya said the event is all about showing Nigerians what the manufacturers are doing in the sector. She added that when people see the brands produced by Nigeria interior designers, they trust in their ability and would thereby patronize them.

“The industry is growing and the practitioners are more creative than ever before. We now have those who do made in Nigeria products and those who bring in imported ones”, she stated.



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