Cox London produces lighting, furniture and decorative pieces that are creative, diverse and original. The company was founded in 2005 by sculptors Christopher and Nicola Cox. They design and manufacture everything to order in London as well as offering a bespoke service and accepting one off commissions. Over the years they have produced a vast array of lighting and furniture, both traditional and modern in style, for significant interiors world wide. Be it a 1940’s wall light or an 18th Century chandelier, a 19th century console table or 1920’s standard lamp. "We love to create perfectly proportioned, well informed pieces that elevate an interior and stand the test of time."
Baroncelli is an award-winning design house exploring the power of shape, impact and harmony to create work that is celebrated for its seduction and utility. Their hallmark style emerges from distilled forms and ideas that are both unexpected and familiar. Under the creative direction of Giovanni Corrado, the studio brings together a cosmopolitan heritage of skills and emotion. The collections reflect the sensibilities that are created by layered design journeys. Designs are distinguished by clean lines and powerful silhouettes. These elements create a visual language that can be playfully interpreted, adapted and enriched by all.
A collection of fine hand carved decorative mirrors based on original 18th and 19th century designs, artfully aged to create a patina of antiquity.
Clare Mosley Gilding make eglomisé mirrors and panels, decorated crystal lampbases and a range of water gilded and toned curtain finials. Everything is hand made in their London workshop using traditional methods and authentic materials. Their eglomisé glass panels have been used by decorators in hallways, dining rooms, kitchens, bathrooms and bedrooms. Eglomisé is a technique of laying silver and gold leaf onto glass which gives the effect of mirror. The finish is softer than modern mirror and can be toned to the customer's choice.
Contemporary illuminated bathroom mirrors complete with demister pad, integrated shaver sockets and infrared motion sensors. Also, bathroom cabinets with adjustable glass shelves, and with or without energy-saving led lighting.
The sculptor Margit Wittig, based in London, designs and casts exquisite and unique sculpted table, floor, wall and pendant lamps. She has recently added unusual and original mirrors and door handles to her range. The mirror frames, shown in a gold and verdigris finish on her website, are available in bespoke finishes with antiqued mirrored glass.
Rough Old Glass produce a range of hand-silvered, antiqued mirror plates that accurately portray the unique qualities of old mirror glass. They can be supplied in any size or shape, and can be cut to your template or fitted to your antique or reproduction frames. Any level of ageing is available, from late 17th to early 20th century. As each piece is handmade no two pieces are the same. Their mirror glass is suitable for domestic or commercial, decorative and architectural applications. Packing, delivery and insurance can be arranged worldwide. A templating and installation service is also offered.
Simon Orrell is a long-established furniture designer who has created custom-made pieces for interior designers and private clients since 2001. From a workshop in the heart of London’s Chelsea Design Quarter and in the Philippines, he and his artisans create unique furniture and accessories that draw upon historic techniques and materials such as shagreen and parchment, as well as other mediums including straw marquetry, mica, eggshell veneer, gold and silver leaf, mother of pearl, penshell and violet oyster shell. The company recently launched the Simon Orrell Atelier diffusion range of furniture, lighting, accessories and gifts, all of which can be ordered more readily than the bespoke items, yet are made with the same exacting standards.
Since its inception in the early 1990s, Tom Faulkner has grown into an award-winning and much celebrated creative business, based in London and Wiltshire. Combining metal with marble, wood, glass and leather to form a group of sophisticated collections, the company produces furniture renowned for its strong architectural lines and simple but distinctive shapes. The collections feature a wide range of shapes, sizes and finishes, but because each piece is made to order it is possible to tailor it to the customer’s precise specifications. Bespoke commissions are also welcomed.