The London Design Festival is in full swing and we visited the annual Decorex 2016 event in Syon Park. The interiors event at Syon Park celebrates the best in luxury design from 400 exhibitors and their new collections. I always love seeing what’s new and gather inspiration. Makes me wish I had my own house to decorate, and buckets full of cash to pay for it all.
Great design has a story to tell so today I’m going to let the images do just that. Join me and transport yourself into the world of interiors.
Ginger and Jagger is designed and produced in Porto, land of craftsmen and age-old tradition. Ginger & Jagger’s collections are handcraft with unique artisan techniques and using materials such as brass, copper, exotic woods and marble.
Ginger & Jagger was definitely one of my favourites at Decorex 2016, their colours and materials are rich, delicate and delicious.
Handmade features at Michael Northcroft
Amy Somerville creates exquisite furniture that is harmonious and unique: a balance of precisionist lines and natural curves, quiet classicism and a touch of whimsy, designed to treasure, enjoy and amuse. All of their furniture is made to order in the UK using traditional methods, the greatest care and the highest quality materials. Most of their designs can be customised in scale and finish.
The Water Monopoly has, over the last 25 years, built an international reputation for supplying the world’s most beautiful bathrooms and just look at their beautiful baths, taps and basins. Everything can be custom made in various colours and materials.
FEATHR – More art. Less decoration.
Launched in 2015, Scandinavian design collective FEATHR is showing their new, second collection at Decorex. FEATHR roam the world, collaborating with contemporary artists to create original and striking wall-coverings, cushions and fabrics. Their first collection was created by artists including tattooists, graffiti artists, surf wear designers, fine artists and experimental photographers. Elle Décor called it their “new favourite wallpaper.”
The collection includes fabrics and cushions, alongside wallpapers and murals. Any of their gorgeous prints can be custom sized to fit any wall.
Plateaux Gallery, London specialises in the exhibition and sale of contemporary applied art with studio glass being a dominant feature. Here are just one of their incredible works.
These Ooumm Paris Orion marble candle holders, designed by Dan Yeffet, are impressive. I can imagine the shadow and light when the candles are lit.
Tom Faulkner – Kite Chair
Christopher and Nicola Cox are both sculptors and talented technicians. Cox London continues to push the boundaries of materials: bronze; silver; wrought iron; blown glass and cast stone.
Eichholtz stands for unique, distinctive and luxurious home furnishings, lighting and accessories. Their broad collection includes timeless classics, statement pieces and signature interiors. Eichholtz distinguishes itself through its high quality, high availability in stock and premium service.
No-one does it quite like the Italians. These chandeliers by iDOGI are twice as tall as me.
I hope to have inspired you. Did you visit Decorex 2016? Or which one of these designers did you like the most?
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