London is gearing up to unveil this year’s most exciting new product and furniture designs at the capital’s most prestigious interior design shows.
First up is Decorex 20 – 23 September
Decorex International is synonymous with luxury, and is internationally renowned for being THE event to discover the very best, and most coveted products from our unrivalled collection of 400 hand-selected exhibitors.
With a rich heritage of 38 years, Decorex’s long standing reputation has proven the test of time; growing and evolving to remain exciting and innovative – and 2015 will be no different.
Taking place at the start of the London Design Festival, Decorex is held in the grounds of Syon House – the perfect backdrop for you to discover the future of luxury design.
I had a stand at this fabulous event 2012 & 2013 which you can read about here but this year I will enjoy being a visitor.
Here is my Decorex Wishlist:
Naomi Paul – Constructed Textile Design. I love this simple shade made from British Wool
Tom Faulkner – Beautiful metal, glass and and wood furniture – handmade in the UK. Versailles table from his bespoke Console collection.
Blackpop’s new collection of opulent velvet fabric made in collaboration with the National Portrait Gallery.
Linley – The Deco Tub Chair in Breathe Velvet fabric from the Jessica Zoob Desire range for Romo Black Edition
Luke Irwin – Hand-knotted custom made rugs. These are sumptuous works of art and always a favourite of mine.
Following on the heels of Decorex is Tent London Old Truman Brewery 24—27 September
Constantly evolving, always thought provoking; design trade shows Tent London has carved out an impressive reputation as the most creative of the hubs that anchor the London Design Festival, a beacon for anyone looking to discover the best contemporary design.
Here’s my Tent London wishlist:
Alison Lowry – Glass Artist
Julia Smith Ceramics – Modern Illustrated Pottery Handmade in Scotland. I have just received my first little pot and I love it!
Emma Jo Gibbs – Artist, specialising in hand stitched textiles
Ben Sutton Ceramics – A fusion of Scandinavian design with Japanese simplicity.
TedWood – contemporary wooden furniture made in Sussex.
Good luck to everybody taking part in this seasons fairs, wishing you all great success!
What are you looking forward to discovering at this year’s interior design shows?