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…..
Teal was a colour seen on many stands – which I love – especially when pared with mustard/gold.
Totally in love with the lighting by Copper and Silk, Julian Chichester’s mid century inspired chair (there was also an amazing X frame table with glossy top) and this awesome carpet from Alternative flooring‘s Quirky B collection.
Finishes still seemed to favouring brass, bronze, copper etc. Or anything that wasn’t chrome.
Did you go to Decorex? did you see any gems?