As the event at the very heart of the design calendar, Decorex has a long-standing reputation for being the place to spot the latest and greatest emerging trends and movements from the world of luxury interiors. This year was definitely no exception, with a definite set of themes apparent throughout the show.
Fabrice Bana aka A-Gent of Style takes a look at just a few of the trends he noticed at this year’s Decorex...
Sculptural lights or lighting sculptures, whichever way you want to call them, seemed to be on trend at Decorex this year…judging for instance by the striking, stupendous piece by Christopher Jenner.
Colourful glass pendants too were plentiful...
Craftsmanship and artistry from designers of today are much sought out, such as plasterers, weavers, printers, and painters celebrating the Future Heritage feature.
There were a lot of workshops on display…Front for instance and their incredible rug as part of In the Making.
Watts of Westminster and their block printing, Locker & Riley carving the lion, and the kaleidoscopic statement pieces of A Rum Fellow also celebrated heritage craft techniques.
Wallpapers are all the rage and not just polite, quiet, floral designs…statement, bold pieces kept appearing on many stands...
...The prime example being Eley Kishimoto where not only their vignette was wrapped up in one striking pattern but their usherettes were also camouflaged in outfits with the exact same pattern.
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