On-demand Sessions

Curated talks on-demand

Access a range of on-demand sessions through the Decorex Virtual platform, from now until the 10th of December. Browse through a selection of topics, covering how to make the most out of space within the home, how to create the perfect lighting and journey through the transformation of two Arts and Crafts Houses.

All you need to do is simply register for Decorex Virtual and start enjoying our on-demand content today.

How to make the most of space within the home

Moderator: Sophie Baylis, Interiors InsideOut

Speakers: Kate Aslangul, Oakley Moore Interiors, Rod Moreno Masey, Moreno Masey Architects, Fiona Barratt-Campbell, Fiona Barratt Interiors, Alison Henry, Alison Henry Design Studio

Our lives now centre around our homes - it has become the place for work, play, exercise, entertainment, meeting friends and much else. Now that Autumn has arrived, we will be spending more time inside than ever before. This talk with panellists Fiona Barratt Campbell of Fiona Barratt Interiors, Alison Henry of Alison Henry Design Studio, Kate Aslangul of Oakley Moore Interior Design and Rodrigo Moreno Masey of Moreno Masey will focus on how to make the most of a variety of spaces whatever the structure. Our panellists will guide you through some examples of the way they have identified and created adaptable spaces so that clients can live their best lives at home.

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Interior Design Business: A Lighting Journey

Moderators: Jeff Hayward, Wildwood PR, Susie Rumbold, Tessuto Interiors

Speaker: Sally Storey, John Cullen Lighting

Join the Interior Design Business podcast co-presenters, Wildwood’s Jeff Hayward and Past President of the British Institute of Interior Design, Tessuto’s Susie Rumbold, as they take ‘A Lighting Journey’ in the company of Sally Storey, Creative Director at John Cullen Lighting. Sally shows us how to create the perfect lighting for a Grade 1 Listed interior designed by Louise Bradley Interiors. We see how clever lighting design enriches the features throughout this luxury family home in London whilst working within building guidelines and also learn how to apply these techniques to any scheme, from heritage to contemporary.

Weaving sustainability into design and craft: how can we do better?

Moderators: Dan Blaker, Creative Director, Nulty

Speaker: Alison Smith, Creative Manager, Nulty Bespoke, Anna Geldart, Senior FF&E Designer, Goddard Littlefair, Georgia-Rose Ford, Senior Interior Designer, Accouter Design, Michael Ruh, Michael Ruh Studios 

We all know the term and we all know it’s important, but just how deep does our influence on sustainability impact design and craft? From sourcing eco-friendly materials to creating lasting pieces, so many of us strive to be environmentally responsible; however, the journey is only just beginning. Join us for this roundtable, hosted by Nulty Bespoke and Decorex, where experts and leaders from the interior design industry will discuss the ways in which we can work together towards a better sustainable future.

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Interior Design Business Inside Stories: Two Houses into One Will Go!

Moderators: Jeff Hayward, Wildwood PR, Susie Rumbold, Tessuto Interiors

Speaker: Simone Suss, Studio Suss

British Institute of Interior Design (BIID) Registered Designer, Simone Suss of Studio Suss, talks us through the interior transformation of two Arts and Crafts houses into a bold, eclectic and colourful North London family home. From the very first meeting with the client and the initial brief and concepts, right through until project completion, Simone takes us on a very privileged journey during this webinar. Learn practical advice, rare insights and creative sparks from one of the country's top designers in conversation with Interior Design Business podcast co-hosts, Susie Rumbold of Tessuto Interiors and Wildwood’s Jeff Hayward.

Curious to find out more? Register for free and enjoy our on-demand content, with more content being added as we get closer to Decorex Virtual.