I am particularly taken with these blue green colours inspired by water, waves and sky, especially love the sea greens. I am thankful every day for living by the sea, although it never ever looks like these images. Urban seaside living in Brighton is bit more pebbly and with more people and chaos.
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Wednesday, 1 October 2014
Tuesday, 23 September 2014
More 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…..
Wednesday, 17 September 2014
I’m hoping that some new products will excite me at LDF this year. In the mail shots I've received in the run up to the exhibitions these are some of the things catching my eye.
Front’s rug collections by Jan Kath and Michaela Schleypen at Decorex especially the erased heritage which uses traditional Persian designs with distressed effects.
Harlequin London will present glass company Lobmeyr's 'Ripple' lighting set, which I’m looking forward to seeing in the flesh. It made a statement at Saloni this year. The pieces work together to form a moving light resembling a ripple.
Pinch are launching new products during London Design Festival at 100% Design and Decorex and I have my eye on these two.