At INDEX Saudi 2023
Sedar Global Interiors, a leading manufacturer, design, and installation window and wall decor company, that has been in the region for over 130 years, is showcasing its latest products at INDEX Saudi Arabia on 10 – 12 September 2023.
Operating in 11 countries and with over 30 showrooms across the GCC and MENA regions, including the UAE, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Egypt, Morocco, Bahrain, Iraq, Yemen, Qatar, Oman, and Sudan – as well as stores in Canada and a design hub in Northern Italy – the interiors powerhouse is showcasing its unique one-stop-shop approach to window and wall décor services along with its expanding portfolio of products, including an array of designs that carefully keep an eye on new interior trends across blinds, curtains, wallpaper, upholstery, folding doors, awnings, and home-automation.
On participating in INDEX Saudi 2023, Jalal Selo, Sales Development Director at Sedar Global, said: “We are thrilled to be taking part in INDEX Saudi Arabia 2023 and look forward to showcasing our interior products and solutions to some of the market’s most influential buyers across commercial and consumer interior projects. Previous participation has led to fruitful connections across interior design houses, freelancers as well as soft furnishing fit-out contractors, and with Saudi Arabia’s Vision 2030 coming to life and the construction industry seeing a boom with multiple giga-projects underway, we are particularly excited to connect with those seeking suppliers, solutions and materials locally.”
The interiors powerhouse is showcasing its unique one-stop-shop approach to window and wall décor services
Dealing with B2B and B2C clients across the globe, buyers can work with Sedar’s specialist in-house teams to measure, customize, tailor design and fit out interiors to their exact needs. Across 2023, Sedar Global expanded its lines to focus on sustainable solutions for the home, including adding upholstery fabrics and services to the company’s portfolio, created in part due to consumers’ demand for eco-conscious interior choices – transforming existing furniture and reupholstery is the ultimate commitment to recycling. Sedar has also continued to keep an eye on its quality and function-focused consumer, expanding its portfolio of world-renowned partners, including smart automation services from Somfy and designs from Armani/Casa, Versace Home, Missoni Home, Swarovski, and Jannelli Volpi, in addition to several sought-after sub-brands, including Marcopolo, Amazona, Fujikawa, York Weave, and Antartica. Buyers can choose from thousands of fabric and wallpaper selections from hundreds of suppliers across the globe, from some of the finest factories known for soft furnishings. Providing the highest quality fire and bacteria resistance fabrics for liveable interiors.
Jalal Selo, Sales Development Director at Sedar Global, says: “We are seeing a high uptick in sales across the entire interior design industry post-pandemic, which we think is due to an increase in construction projects locally and also due to a shift in perceptions of what home and work spaces can and should be. The challenge for 2024 is to push these boundaries further, anticipating what our customers want and showing them new pathways to comfortable living.”
Sedar has a rich heritage dating back to 1892 in the Middle East
Sedar has a rich heritage dating back to 1892 in the Middle East, with the family-owned business best known for its tailor-made products and focus on a customer-orientated approach. Whether it’s B2B or B2C, Sedar Global has maintained its position as a leader in the window and wall fashion industry by focusing on high-quality products, a stock list of in-demand global brands, and providing what Sedar has become best known for – its ‘golden service’ with delicate customer care, on-time delivery, follow up, and a customer-centric model.
Counting royalty, airlines, and hotels among its customers, Sedar Global can now be found in millions of homes, businesses, and government institutions worldwide with key projects in the past 12 months including the Oman Across Ages Museum Project, New Student Affairs Building in Doha, Najmat Tower in Abu Dhabi, Dukkan Air Base in Qatar, Kempinski Business Bay in Dubai, and The Bridge Lifestyle Hub in Abu Dhabi. Previous completed projects include Emerald Palace Kempinski Dubai, Al Maktoum International Airport in Dubai, Damac Properties in Dubai, Burj Al Arab in Dubai, King Khalid International Airport in Riyadh, Saudi Aramco in Riyadh, King Hamad Hospital in Manama, and National Bank of Oman in Salalah.