The Scottish Furniture Reps Association (SFRA) was founded over 55 years ago by our late founder, Nat Barnes. Since its formal inception in 1965, the SFRA has been passionate about uniting furniture manufacturers, suppliers and industry reps, for a more cohesive profession. With more than 100 active and retired members, the SFRA has had a significant impact on the Scottish furniture industry and furniture lovers alike.
The SFRA is proud to own and run the annual Northpoint Trade Show, the only independent furniture trade show in Scotland. Our members help to bring together the industry's best manufacturers and suppliers under one roof for three days of exhibits and events.
Our partner charity
The Scottish Furniture Trades Benevolent Association
The SFTBA believes that everyone deserves a good and comfortable living space, regardless of their circumstances. Our charity provides assistance to individuals in Scotland who have been impacted by illness or misfortune and are connected to the furniture industry. We understand that life throws curveballs, and we are here to lend a helping hand when you need it the most. Our mission is to improve the quality of life for these individuals, and we work tirelessly to achieve this goal.
- Sun, 28 JanHighland Hall, Royal Highland Showground28 Jan 2024, 09:00 – 30 Jan 2024, 16:00Highland Hall, Royal Highland Showground, Royal Highland Showground, Ingliston, Newbridge EH28 8NB, UK
- Mon, 29 JanDelta Hotels by Marriott, Edinburgh29 Jan 2024, 18:00 – 23:50Delta Hotels by Marriott, Edinburgh, 111 Glasgow Rd, Edinburgh EH12 8NF, UK29 Jan 2024, 18:00 – 23:50Delta Hotels by Marriott, Edinburgh, 111 Glasgow Rd, Edinburgh EH12 8NF, UKJoin SFRA President; Robert Hunter & SFTBA President; Neil Richardson as they bring our two Scottish Furnishing Trade organisations together again to celebrate everything that's fantastic about our industry.
Aims of the SFRA
To create business opportunities for the members, representatives and agents of the furnishings and interiors industry in Scotland.
To maintain and promote, through integrity, responsibility and fellowship, a respected forum for mutually beneficial membership of the Association and discussion of issues affecting the industry and relevant to the members.