Just back from spring’s biggest decorating event, London Design Week, here’s our round-up of the latest collection launches and inspiring showrooms…
Pink was everywhere…an inspiring display of fabrics in a cafe area.
Paolo Moschino’s Nicholas Haslam design boutique. We love the bottle chandelier!
Roger Oates‘ flatweave runners at Pierre Frey.
New Stirrup Lights at Original BTC.
Evitavonni have opened a second showroom on the ground floor at the Design Centre. This one houses accessories, including china and glassware from top international names.
Pierre Frey‘s new kaleidoscopic ‘Carriacou’ fabric.
Samuel Heath‘s ‘Style Moderne’ thermostatic shower in City Bronze. Richly patinated, this new bronze-plated finish is hardwearing and suitable for residential or contract uses.
Chapel Street Furniture custom-make furniture in their own workshops. Their fresh design ideas, both modern and classic in style, are matched with excellent craftsmanship.
Glamorous silks, wovens, sophisticated embroidered linens and ethnic prints in vibrant colours from the new Manuel Canovas collection at Colefax & Fowler.
Davidson have just launched this spectacular ‘Balthazar’ side cabinet, in rich velvety bronze and smooth textured vellum.
The ‘Wellington’ five-sided lantern is almost 1 metre high and would really make a statement in a grand project. At Besselink & Jones.
An artistic mosaic (any bespoke design can be made) and porcelain patchwork tiles from Via Arkadia.
Porta Romana‘s elegant showroom window.
Larsen‘s graphic new collection, inspired by designs from the 1950s.
Tweeds in checks and houndstooth, by Sequana at Tissus D’Helene.
A display of the new Côté Jardin’ spring collection at Marvic Textiles. It includes two large-scale floral embroideries, ‘Tuileries’ and ‘Monceau’.
Vaughan have a new range of smart shagreen and nickel side tables.
Launched this week, Top Floor‘s Jazz Age collection of six-handtufted rugs are inspired by the Art Deco era. The striking ‘Marlene’ (on the left in our shot above) is based on a backgammon board, ‘Gloria’ (in the centre) swirls with colour, and ‘Crawford’ (right) has an amazing sense of depth.
London Design Week 2014 is on until 14 March at Chelsea Harbour, London W10. Spring’s biggest decorating event takes place in The Design Centre showrooms and at the premises of well-known names on the nearby King’s Road. See the latest collections (from over 500 brands and 98 showrooms). www.dcch.co.uk