This September we showcased our new fabric collections, launching them at London's renowned Luxury interior design show Decorex International.
Held in the attractive park grounds of Syon House, the show was home to over 400 brands and designers specialising in products and services for commercial, residential and interior decoration.
Brand designer Gina Pipét at the end of a successful first day at Decorex 18.
We were pleased to be invited to showcase our new collection at such a prestigious trade show and proud to be part of the new 'Craftworks' feature segment for emerging design brands.
Both collections were received with huge excitement, gaining interest from top interior designers and architects from the UK and beyond.
Our newest collection of Tropical botanical prints were hitting the mark with those curating full interior design concepts, envisaging them for use in exciting spaces such as bars and restaurants.
Those looking for a more refined decorative statement leaned towards our Brutal Beauty collection, connecting with the more geometric focus of clean lines, richer colours and contemporary repeating patterns.
Brutal Beauty fabrics, Stand CW4, Decorex 18, Syon Park.
Alongside the fabrics, visitors could view our range of luxury cushions made up in a sample of decorative patterns on cotton, velvet and finer silk/cotton fabrics.
Offering a bespoke design service we can provide custom-made interior accessories. Working with an established network of industry professionals we offer extensive customisation and bespoke development to interior designers, architects and contractors within the luxury property arena.
An international stage for the finest creations across furniture, lighting, textiles, craft and accessories, we are proud to have been part of the new Craftwork segment at the show for emerging design talent. A mix of disciplines, each designer tied together for their level of detail and skill that goes into their work.
Craftwork 18 Designers
Hugh Miller Furniture
Ptolemy Mann Rugs
Favourites at the show also included finely made Japanese inspired Ceremonial Tea cabinets from Hugh Miller and bursts of colour from woven textile designer Ptolemy Mann.
Thanks for visiting!
Craftwork 18 Designers: Louis Jobst, David Pringle, Zuzana Lalikova, Kevin Stamper, Gina Pipét.
As a small independent design studio it was a big achievement for us to launch our fabrics at one of the UK's most recognised interior trade shows. We're looking forward to the next steps in growing our business and working on some fantastic projects.
Thanks to all who stopped by the stand and discovered our new collections!