Back from our first day at Decorex International, in its smart new home next to Kensington Palace. We’ve been snapping away all day – here is our first batch of highlights…
Firmdale Hotels’ designer Kit Kemp designed the colourful ‘A weaver of dreams’ entrance areas, to tie in with this year’s silk route theme.
Specialists in luxurious surfaces De Ferranti have collaborated with Neisha Crosland whose textile patters work beautifully on these handmade leather tiles.
Discreet glamour is the hallmark of Ochre. Their furniture, lighting and accessories are always beautifully proportioned and in luxurious materials.
The silk Route theme has been fully embraced by And So To Bed for their spectacular stand this year.
The Reclaimed Tile Company has a new sister company, Bert & May. They supply unique tiles, wood and marble, as well as bespoke reproductions of their decorative vintage tiles.
Inspiration for Harlequin London’s stand comes from two iconic architectural styles, Queen Anne & Manhattan Loft. Theirs is the only stand on two floors.
The pretty walkway linking the Perks Field Tent with the Orangery at Kensington Palace.
The Queen Anne Orangery. The new Lifestyle and Outdoor Living Tents are positioned just in front of it.
Decorex International is on until Wednesday. For opening times and lots more details go to www.decorex.com