This Research Report The contract furniture and furnishings market in Europe offers a comprehensive picture of the European contract furniture business providing market size, production, market development and forecasts, demand drivers and projects, sales and market shares of the leading players, sales by destination segment - with a special focus on furniture for the Education segment - and by product category.
Europe. Contract furniture. Production by country, % shares
CONTRACT FURNITURE AND FURNISHING SECTOR OVERVIEW IN EUROPE: MARKET EVOLUTION AND PERFORMANCE BY COUNTRY
The European Contract furniture and furnishings production in 2022 and market size for the time series 2016-2022 are broken down by area and by country.
In this edition, the geographical perimeter has been expanded to 30 European countries, in detail: Northern Europe (Denmark, Finland, Norway, Sweden); Central Europe (Austria, Germany, Switzerland); Western Europe (Belgium-Lux, France, Ireland, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom); Southern Europe (Greece, Italy, Portugal, Spain), Central-Eastern Europe (Poland, Lithuania, Czech Republic, Romania, Other Central-Eastern European countries).
The European contract furniture and furnishing market forecasts are provided for the years 2023 and 2024.
Based on a recent survey conducted on a sample of over 200 contract furniture and furnishing manufacturers in Europe, this report also shows the segments that are expected to increase faster and companies’ market approach in terms of “turn-key” Vs “soft contract”, own product Vs traded products, and distribution channels.
The Contract furniture production and consumption in Europe are broken down by destination segment:
- Office spaces
- Restaurants and bars
- Real estates
- Education (focus of this year’s edition)
Contract furniture production in Europe is also provided by product category:
- Bathroom furniture and fittings
- Bedroom furniture and mattresses
- Kitchen furniture
- Lighting fixtures
- Office furniture
- Outdoor furniture
- Tables and chairs
- Upholstered furniture
FEATURES OF THE CONTRACT FURNITURE BUSINESS: DESTINATION SEGMENTS AND PRODUCT CATEGORIES
An overview of the main demand drivers and projects in the Retail, Hospitality, Office space, Real estate, Educational and entertainment, Marine, and Healthcare segments is also provided.
THE COMPETITIVE LANDSCAPE FEATURES: SALES OF THE LEADING CONTRACT FURNITURE COMPANIES
For the Top 100 companies operating in the European contract furniture sector, this report includes sales of contract furniture, incidence of the contract business on total company sales, and the company’s share of total European production, with short profiles of selected firms.
Contract furniture sales are provided for a sample of companies even by destination segment and by product category.
This study overall considers around 380 firms active in the contract furniture sector.
NEW: FOCUS ON EDUCATION FURNITURE: This year’s edition provides a detailed analysis of the Education segment including market values, the potential demand for education furniture, distribution channels, and purchasing process, product trends, average customer budgets, certifications, and projects.
FINANCIAL ANALYSIS: a set of financial indicators (Operating Revenue -Turnover-, Added Value, P/L for Period -Net Income-, Shareholders Funds, Cash Flow, ROI, ROE, EBITDA margin, EBIT margin, Solvency Ratio, Current Ratio, Number of Employees, Turnover per Employee, Added value per Employee) are reported for 70 companies operating in the contract furniture business.
ANNEX: Contact details for about 50 architect and design studios, List of relevant trade exhibitions for Hospitality, Building, Architectural and Design, Interiors, List of the first 300 hotel companies at global level, Contact details for around 380 contract furniture and furnishing manufacturers mentioned in the research.
Table of Contents
METHODOLOGY. Introduction, Research Tools, Considered segments, and Sample1. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: The contract furniture and furnishings market in Europe
- Production and consumption of contract furniture by country, by segment, and Production of contract furniture by product
2.3 Market approach: Turn-key vs soft contract in Europe, Own product vs traded products, Distribution channels
2.4 Leading groups in Europe and their market shares: Market concentration and shares on total production
3.2 Consumption of contract furniture and furnishing in Central Europe (Austria, Germany, Switzerland) with macroeconomic indicators
3.3 Consumption of contract furniture and furnishing in Western Europe (Belgium-Lux, France, Ireland, Netherlands, United Kingdom) with macroeconomic indicators
3.4 Consumption of contract furniture and furnishing in Southern Europe (Greece, Italy, Portugal, Spain) with macroeconomic indicators
3.5 Consumption of contract furniture and furnishing in Central-Eastern Europe (Poland, Lithuania, Czech Republic, Romania) with macroeconomic indicators
4.2 The potential demand for education furniture: educational buildings, target population, and public programs
4.3 Distribution channels and purchasing process
4.4 Product trends: education furniture market by product segment and by premium/non-premium segments
4.5 Average customer budgets
- Retail, Hospitality, Office spaces, Restaurants and bars, Real estate, Entertainment, Marine, Healthcare, and Airports segments
- Contract furniture sales and leading companies’ sales in Retail, Hospitality, Office, Restaurants and bars, Real estate, Education, entertainment, art & museum, Healthcare, Marine, and Airports segments
- Contract furniture sales of Bathroom furniture and equipment, Bedroom furniture and mattress, Kitchen furniture, Lighting fixtures, Office furniture, Outdoor furniture, Tables and chairs, and Upholstered furniture
- Financial figures of 70 companies active in the contract furniture business
- List of Architects and Designers, Hotel Companies, Trade exhibitions and Manufacturers
A selection of companies mentioned in this report includes:
- Ahrend Group
- HMY Group Hermes Metal & Yudigar
- Input Interiör
- Itab Shop Concept
- Lifestyle Design
- Nobia Group
- Nowy Styl
- Stamhuis Groep
- Tegometall International Sales
- Umdasch ShopFitting Group
- Villeroy & Boch
- VS Möbel