Barbara Coupe, well known for embroidered and gingham checked fabrics by the metre and a range of cushions including patchwork and flag themes, has introduced a selection of framed, ready for hanging, destination posters, many from the old London Routemaster buses, a striking decorative addition to any room. The destinations and names available are listed on the website.
The Decorative Collective is an on-line selling platform. Launched in 2009, today it has 125 UK/European dealer members, selling antique, 20th C and 21st C furniture, lighting, garden items, mirrors, art and accessories. Items are uploaded throughout each day. You deal directly with the dealers and no commission is charged to either party; nor are your details shared with anyone. Decorative Collective have an excellent reputation for selling high quality items and for being a reliable and trustworthy source to buy from. Their sister site, The Hoarde, sells vintage items.
Ghizlan el Glaoui's original concept is reminiscent of mosaics of the Byzantine Empire and marries art with LED lighting. A geometric pattern on canvas is hand-painted in oil, tempera and metallic paints with subjects captured in vivid colour, then illuminated from behind. Intensity of light can be adjusted by remote control or ipad. Available framed as paintings, limited edition prints or supplied as large scale installations, prices range from £200-£10,000.
The Interior Archive is privileged to represent some of the world's most accomplished interior and lifestyle photographers. Based in the UK, Europe and the United States, this well-connected and select group contributes on a regular basis to leading magazines and newspapers, as well as working for a wide range of clients in both the editorial and commercial sectors.