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It may be one of the smallest rooms in the house but there is so much to think about when it comes to planning and designing a bathroom. Are you after a spa-like sanctuary or a space injected with colour and pzazz, how do you mix mood and task lighting and what’s the best way to allocate budget. Carole Annett of Country & Town House navigates a path through the soap suds with the guidance of interior designers Charu Ghandi of Elicyon and Tiffany Duggan.
Designer Lizzie Deshayes (Fromental), sculptor and silversmith Hal Messel and ceramic artist Hitomi Hosono in conversation with creative director and author of new book 'Bold British Design' Emilio Pimentel-Reid .
These three leading designers highlight the role of art and craft in creating their striking contemporary collections ranging from hand painted and embroidered wallpaper to modern silver and highly sought after ceramics.
Join them as they share their vision and inspiration combining a passion for heritage and history with wit, modernity and attitude- while giving us a glimpse into their own creative spaces.
A live Q and A session will be held after the talk where you can put your questions to our panel of experts.
Tara Craig founded Ensemblier to create custom upholstery handmade by British artisans using natural materials and built to last a lifestyle. Having long admired this craftsmanship, interior designers Joanna Plant and Bunny Turner have commissioned headboards which are now part of a new collaborative designer series. Country Life’s Giles Kime hosts a lively panel talk and asks how do these interior designers add by value to what they provide.
In this panel discussion, chaired by BIID President Lester Bennett, designers Sophie Ashby, Alexandria Dauley and May Fawzy will discuss diversity in interior design. The panel will talk about the current landscape, explore how to encourage more young talent from diverse backgrounds into the industry and discuss how to develop a more diverse, inclusive and equitable UK interior design profession.