Tuesday, 23 September 2014

Spotted at Decorex 2014

More wildlife than you could shake a stick at and I’m not talking about the abundance of crane flies (well it is essentially in a field). Once again Decorex proved it could pull in a crowd. Whilst the Syon Park location meant an adjusted transport requirement (thank you to my lovely friend Stuart for driving me) it also meant far more exhibitors. I walked, I talked and I stalked. I photographed and took business cards and I could have gone back for a second day but alas my diary did not permit it. So what was catching my eye…..

Friday, 19 September 2014

Autumn Colour

For images visit my pinterest page 


Wednesday, 17 September 2014

#LDF14 – Decorex and 100% Design

I’m hoping that some new products will excite me at LDF this year.  In the mail shots I've received in the run up to the exhibitions these are some of the things catching my eye.

Front’s rug collections by Jan Kath and Michaela Schleypen at Decorex especially the erased heritage which uses traditional Persian designs with distressed effects.
Harlequin London will present glass company Lobmeyr's 'Ripple' lighting set, which I’m looking forward to seeing in the flesh. It made a statement at Saloni this year. The pieces work together to form a moving light resembling a ripple.

Pinch are launching new products during London Design Festival at 100% Design and Decorex and I have my eye on these two.


Tuesday, 16 September 2014

#LDF14 - will you be there?

It’s that time of year again when London turns crazy for design… I think London’s crazy for design all the time but it up’s the ante in September every year for London Design Festival. If you’ve lost track with what's on, here’s a few not to miss:

Top Drawer       14th -16th September 
Home                 14th -16th September 
100% Design     17th-20th September 
Tent                     18th-21st September 
Super Brands     18th-21st September
Design Junction  18th-21st September
Decorex              21-24th September 
Focus                  21-24th September 

I’m hoping to get along to several happening during the festival. Including the place called home installation which is this years London Design Festival Landmark Project in Trafalgar Square  I’ll also be at the #tweetup at 100% Design where I’ll get to see the new product launches and meet designers at Decode (stand L122), Case Furniture (L112), Barnby and Day (L326), Pinch (L220) and Young & Norgate (L120). If you want to take part you could also have the chance to *WIN* a Halcyon lamp by Anthony Dickens for Decode and a Cross side table by Matthew Hilton for Case Furniture.  All you need to do is Instagram your favourite design finds from the participating British design stands using #interiorstweetup for entry in the giveaway. The winner will be announced via Twitter at the end of the tweet-up.


Monday, 15 September 2014

Got to have it - 1stdibs Summertime

So after idling away an hour I didn’t have to spare looking and lusting on 1stdibs I thought I’d share the items taking my fancy. It’s a homage to these twiddling warmer days as we slide into Autumn. I hope we can hang on for a few more weeks.....

Michael Mclaughlin Beach, Rio, 2002 here
Vintage Nautical Flags here
Hand-Painted Ice Cream Sign here
Slim Arons Boating In Antigua, 1961 here
1940s French Travel Poster "Juan le Pins" here
Pair of deckchairs by Sven Markelius here
Helen von Boch La Bomba Picnic Set, 1972 here


Saturday, 13 September 2014

Totally Love Stairs

I've always had a thing for stair porn.... yup I'm addicted to beautiful pictures of stairs. But its understandable , cause they quite literally take you places.

If you love beautiful stairs pop over and visit my pinterest page. These metal accessorised beauties are making my heart flutter right now....


Monday, 8 September 2014

Elsewhere this week

I was blogging about Lucite over here this week.


Friday, 5 September 2014

Elsewhere this week

I was blogging about good “bones” over here this week.

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