2022 is the year. València is celebrating this year’s World Design Capital and the highlight will be the Feria Hábitat València from 20 to 23 September at Feria Valencia. The fair has become the international showcase for the Spanish habitat industry and this year, together with the kitchen and home textiles fairs, it will bring together around a thousand international firms and brands.

Feria Hábitat València, from 20 to 23 September 2022, will be the highlight of this intense year in which the city expresses the best of creativity “Made in Spain”. The fair dedicated to interior design and furniture is now in its 56th edition: it is a must-see event for the international design community.

Feria Hábitat València comes with a substantial increase in exhibition space and the addition of the kitchen (Espacio Cocina SICI) and home textiles (Home Textiles Premium by Textilhogar) sectors. In total, almost 90,000 square metres and near than 1000 national and international brands will be exhibited at Feria Valencia in an edition with enormous appeal.

The only trade fair in the sector to grow in 2022

Specifically, Feria Hábitat València will be the only international fair in its sector that will grow in all its records in 2022. With two months to go, the event has registered 408 direct exhibitors and more than 600 firms and brands represented, 17% of which are foreign exhibitors. Hábitat will also occupy a total of seven halls (five on Level 2 and two on Level 3), which will mean more than 70,000 m2 of gross exhibition space. These figures represent an increase of close to 20% in all parameters with respect to the 2019 edition.

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Practically all the most relevant Made in Spain companies will be present at Habitat, as well as a selection of Italian, Portuguese, French and German brands, who have chosen to carve out their own space to have a privileged showcase. Home, contract, outdoor and office… at the Valenca Fair we will find the latest proposals from every sector and for every style.

At the fair we will also find an exhibition on the work of Vicent Martínez, one of the protagonists of Spanish design in recent years, a retrospective of the 20 years of Salón Nude (New Spanish Design), a congress on interior design and health, as well as lectures by designers of the calibre of Tomás Alía, Pascua Ortega. Mónica Armani or Lázaro Rosa Violan. At the end of each day, the city of Valencia will offer various opportunities for in-depth information and entertainment with its “out-of-fair” programme. Hábitat 2022 has already opened registration for interiors professionals to obtain their free entrance tickets tothe fair, which can be downloaded here.  

Moreover, all this is complemented by an intense agenda of activities programmed under the umbrella of the Valencia World Design Capital 2022.

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NOVAMOBILI has chosen Habitat Valencia fair — one of the relevant events on the calendar of design professionals and enthusiasts around the Europe — to present the latest developments, which this year revolve around the bedroom: the focus is on wardrobes, modular configurations and finishes, with this year’s range once again supplemented with the addition of new shades.


Stave, Perry and Layer are the names of the wardrobes that are the heroes of this year’s edition, each standing out for its strong, refined personality.

Doors with decorative vertical battens, curved modules and push-to-open mechanisms are just some of the features characterizing the unique design of the Stave hinged door wardrobe, which comes in matt and oxidized lacquered finishes or veneered in the rovere and noce canaletto finishes. The wealth of possible configurations means the wardrobe can also be used as a room divider, while the special opening system makes the door at once functional and aesthetically flawless.

The doors are once again the real stars of the show on the Layer wardrobe: the smoked or reeded glass sliding door, which creates a spectacular play of transparency, can now be teamed with doors in the oxidized lacquered, eco-wood and super-matt finishes, leather in a choice of colours — testa di moro, scoglio and cognac — or veneered in the rovere and noce canaletto finishes for a warmer, more inviting atmosphere.

The glass doors on the Perry hinged door wardrobe, which were already available in the framed smoked and stop-sol options, now also come either in reeded glass, for a more subtle transparent look, or in screen-printed smoked glass with three different graphic decorations to choose from for a more contemporary-inspired result. Another important new feature is the option of breaking up the run of glass doors with other materials and finishes, thus allowing you to create your own personal style: mirror, eco-wood, leather, super-matt, matt and oxidized lacquered finishes, or rovere and noce canaletto veneers. The metal frame, which previously only came in the bronze finish option, can now be customized in a wide choice of matt, oxidized and metal lacquered finishes, for an even more exclusive look.

In addition to extending the range of finishes, NOVAMOBILI has also focused on how the wardrobes are used: in the case of Perry, for example, people who are particularly demanding when it comes to optimizing space can now opt for the new Panorama system, which allows the door to swing 180 degrees; this is also an option on the corner module, providing even simpler access to the wardrobe’s contents.

Most notably, for hinged door wardrobes, NOVAMOBILI has come up with the option of fitting out the interior with the bronze-finish metal frame partition (which can be also fitted with LED lighting, where required) and the exterior with the glass side panel in either smoked, stop-sol or reeded glass. In addition, hinged door wardrobe modules can be integrated with Tetris units, creating open units, which can be fitted with LED lighting.

Bedroom storage units

Modular systems have always been one of the strong points of the NOVAMOBILI catalogue, whose most significant new offerings for 2022 include a number of solutions designed to enhance the range of bedroom storage units. The first offering is called Sly and is a system of drawer-modules paired with open units: these two elements can be combined to create numerous configurations, from more complex, capacious solutions — which are also perfect for the living room — to the more classic bedside tables. 

Square — the collection of bedside tables, tallboys and chests of drawers — has been conceived along similar lines, drawing on a combination of drawers and open units created by metal frames.

Both products come in an extensive selection of finishes and can feature undermounted wireless smartphone charging.


Space is the new headboard that can be fitted with Duo metal shelves and the panel-mounted C-shaped rack, while it can also be used as wall panelling or as a headboard for Platform and Divan beds. It comes in the eco-wood and super-matt finishes, in the rovere and noce canaletto veneers, in the matt, oxidized and gloss lacquered colours, or in a version upholstered with removable fabric, and can also be fitted with LED backlighting.

The padded storage beds’ lift mechanism now also comes in a motorized version with dual opening system controlled via wired remote, with a “storage” mode or “bed-making” mode to make everyday tasks that much easier. The manual mechanism is still an option. 


The finishes are one of the main new developments presented by NOVAMOBILI: to start with, high-end materials have been extended to the bedroom world, including clays, noce canaletto and the rovere veneers — which were already a distinctive feature of the living room ranges — thus taking design options to the next level with the impressive versatility on offer. The “textured” category has been supplemented with the Clay finish, which is used both for wardrobe interiors and for walk-in closets (back panels, shelves and drawer units). Brown and Tin are the two new additions to the metal lacquered category: this is an option that applies across the whole NOVAMOBILI collection.


The origins of Kanem mobiliario go back to the late 90’s´s where they started in a small workshop in Yecla, a village in the southeast of Spain with a long tradition in the wood and carpentry sector. The workshop quickly gained a reputation in the region for producing high quality design furniture that combines tradition, vanguard and design. Today, Kanem Mobiliario continues to grow and expand in his knowledge, focusing on designs that are clearly inspired by Nordic style and natural wood.

The clothing and fashion sector has often been a forerunner when it comes to identifying social and cultural trends. And it has shown skill in converting them, ahead of the game, into products consistent with the sudden cultural and stylistic changes to which we have become accustomed in the modern age, and which show no signs of letting up. By drawing on this reflection from a seemingly unrelated sector, Santalucia Mobili has created its new interior design project “LA CASA HOMY”.

In a similar way to companies in the fashion sector, Santalucia Mobili wants to help its customers to “dress” their homes, from the bedroom through to the living room. With this project, the aim is to offer coherent product design while using highly versatile materials to create spaces that go well together – to do what, in fashion, is referred to as creating an “overall look”, i.e. offering a
comprehensive finish tailored to individual needs.

The stand at the Hábitat trade fair will be divided into two different apartment spaces, both with a living and bedroom area, only in different styles: one more bourgeois with darker shades, the other more vivid with bolder colour choices. Two different styles that perfectly represent the two different sides to the company. The wardrobe with a Liscia door and additional accessorised compartments is a seemingly simple piece but, like everything that looks simple, it hides something more. It offers astounding
attention to detail and a meticulously studied design to serve its purpose. The niches inserted between the doors not only add aesthetic character, they are also extremely practical and can be used to house a shoe rack or clothes rail, or they can simply be left as open compartments to use as you wish.

The Scacco bed is one of our best sellers. For the occasion, the bed is presented in one of its latest and most unusual configurations, namely with an additional top featuring an elegant glass leg, serving either as a small desk or make-up area.
Scacco is the ideal bed range to meet your every need. It offers a rich selection of modular units that can be used in different configurations both for the headboard panels and frame. This bed is perfect not only for individuals looking to furnish their bedrooms but also for interior designers seeking specific, targeted designs for the products they choose for their projects.

Beyond the bedroom, Santalucia Mobili also has a lot to offer for your living area, including a wide range of modular compositions and finished pieces such as sideboards and various other accessories. At the Hábitat trade fair, two different living area designs will be on display, exploring two distinct design approaches: one using structural side panels and the other storage units.

The living room compositions are visually rich and structured, representing the design flair and capabilities the company has been advocating for many years. Small desks, display units, TV panelling and built-in lighting all combine harmoniously in recognisable features and clearly defined functions. A careful selection of finishes ensures Santalucia Mobili’s products fit seamlessly in various environments with different styles, and helps you create a coherent look throughout the rooms in the house.

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