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Our Exhibitors 

Our Better Stands campaign aims to tackle the environmental impact of stands and booths at exhibitions.

To achieve this, we have set a goal to eliminate all disposable stands at our EMEA events by 2024, and we are actively engaging with our exhibitors to make this happen. By adopting reusable structures, we can significantly reduce waste while also enjoying various benefits.

Such structures allow for:

  • Faster construction and dismantling of stands
  • Reduced design and construction costs for businesses
  • Investment in high-quality and more successful stands 
  • Better business practices from being sustainable

Below are just some of our 2023 exhibitors who prioritise sustainability and have implemented several measures to achieve it. 

Roger Oates adheres to their sustainability principles of continual improvement.

Their entire manufacturing process takes place in the UK, and have direct control of all practices. 

New 2023 collections Launching at Decorex will be made using 100% British Wool which is traceable back to the individual UK farms.

Vectorworks understands that we all must do our part to ensure the future health of our environment and so strives to deliver tools to designers that make incorporating sustainable practices into their workflows and designs as simple as possible.

Lilla Rugs buy handmade rugs from their country of origin, usually direct from the weavers. None of their rugs are mass manufactured. This is in support of rug weaving as an art form. 

£10 of every order is donated to their chosen charity, which is currently refugee action. 

Since 2010, Heirlooms have worked closely with the Royal Warrant Holders Association and Business in the Community to measure and record their environmental impact.

This ensures positive changes throughout their supply chain and to develop sustainable sourcing and working practises within the company.

Participating in ecological processes is important in contributing towards saving our planet.

For these reasons, Edition Bougainville have decided to implement a policy of recycling and recuperating their rug and carpet waste.

Coordonnes non-woven wallcoverings respect the environment. They are not only recyclable but comply with the following certifications, which, among other things, demonstrate a commitment to environmental care: 

  • The Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) stamp
  • The Green Guard and missions Dans L’áir Intérieur

Sustainability is and always has been a part of the Turnstyle DNA.

From the materials and processes they use, to how they deal with waste and reducing their carbon footprint. They strive to continually improve how they operate as a manufacturer and a business.

At the RSN Embroidery Studio all commissions are undertaken by highly trained embroiderers in their Studio at Hampton Court Palace, South West London. ]

Where possible the Studio source fabric and threads from their own stock accumulated over many years or from within the UK

Pret A Vivre maintain sustainable by: 

  • Sourcing more economically produced fabric
  • Donating offcuts to local schools
  • Using recycled fabrics
  • Recycling packaging

Neptune are on a mission to become the most sustainable home and lifestyle brand by 2030. Their production house in Northern China is powered by energy-efficient heat pumps and reuses and recycles as many by-products as possible.

Wherever they can, they use British-based suppliers to lower their carbon footprint.

Kinkatous sculptural collection is sculpted in plaster and all the of the pieces are cast in jesmonite (they do not use any resins). Jesmonite has eco-benefits, it is water based making the products kinder to the environment. 

Everything is made in London, the clay is sourced from UK, the glazes are hand mixed all materials are locally sourced, to keep CO2 emissions and carbon footprint to a minimum. 

Hadeland Glassverk production is powered solely by hydro power. 

D.I. Designs partner with One Tree Planted, a reforestation concern.

They pledge an annual donation to cover the cost of planting several trees for every item sold. They have also introduced recyclable furniture collections (Hackwood & Frensham) and have started sourcing chairsfrom a factory in Wales. 

Color & Co fabrics are designed by in Denmark and made from natural materials like bamboo, paper, or jute plants.

It is very important to them that their materials are produced under ethical working conditions and that they have personally visited our factories

Sustainability has been a key part of Tigermoth’s DNA since they started out in 2009. Their sustainability ethos has many different facets:

  • Made in England 
  • Made to last 
  • Made to recycle
  • Minimising waste 
  • Non-polluting production methods 

At We Love Build, they believe in making a positive impact on the environment.

That by operating in a sustainable way, they can help create a better future for all. They have implemented recycling programs within their offices, trying to reduce the use of plastic.

During the site works, they collaborate with suppliers who care about the environment and have a positive way of working. 

Orac have been carbon neutral since 2021, and their best selling products are 100% recyclable. Their Purotouch profiles are now produced with a mixture of orange peel & swede biomass.

Mublo maintain sustainable by having products: 

  • Made in Europe/Belgium
  • Made to order
  • Using Natural materials
  • Made locally
  • Of durable quality

KAIA products stand the test of time and will continue to work with your interior scheme despite evolving trends. They guarantee lifelong repairs on their products rather than encourage a throwaway mentality.

They also offer a pre-loved / Ex-display selection of products so that no item is ever discarded. 

Raw materials, natural colors, velvet textures and architectural forms ... Gardeco’s products are manufactured in small family owned studios worldwide who understand the importance of a sustainable and ethical production process.

They are made by the hands of skilled craftsmen who use small batch production techniques.

CTO Lighting prides itself on British design & manufacturing, using the highest quality, durable materials, resulting in a truly timeless product.

The manufacturing process is never rushed, always considered and timeless beyond trends. 

Coach House Pianos is highly sustainable: from ignition, the family business has focused on supplying new and pre-owned pianos.

With their own workshop, they have the skills to renovate pianos and give them a second life. 

The objects Softicated offer are durable in a way where the products will remain relevant despite the evolution of interior design trends.

The idea is to design objects with timeless trends.

These objects are designed to accompany you for a long time, so you will live with them for a long time

Wemyss remains committed to sourcing and creating products using recycled materials, such as their upcoming SATURN collection under the Global Recycled Standard(GRS).

They recognise the significance of utilising materials that are produced in a socially responsible way and strive to incorporate an increasing number of recycled collections within their product range

Because of the hardwearing and prized materials with which they are crafted, Officine Gullo kitchens are expertly made to withstand wear and tear over time. While the average lifespan of a kitchen ranges between ten and fifteen years, Officine Gullo kitchens are designed to last forever. 

Little Greene have always been totally committed to the ongoing well-being and protection of the world environment. In 2004, they were one of the first UK paint manufacturers to achieve the European environmental standard BS EN ISO 14001. 

John Cullen have been Planet Mark certified by Decorex 2023. 

FRATO is dedicated to minimising its impact on the environment. They use only sustainably sourced, premium materials and work to establish lasting relationships with craftsmen and partners who share our environmental commitment.

They strive to be part of the solution to climate change bymanufacturing locally and recycling waste. 

At Croft they make sure: 

  • All staff have reusable stainless steel water bottles and removed all plastic cups and bottles from the building.
  • Their packaging is made from recycled carboard, and is fully recyclable, and also now only use paper bubble wrap, and paper void.
  • LED lights have been installed throughout the factory reducing their energy usage by 75%.

At Armac Martin, they are aware that as a business they have a responsibility to protect and future-proof our planet, and so are pledging that by 2025, they will have reduced their emissions by 50%, with the goal of reaching net zero by 2041. 

At Sketchtwenty3, the majority of their wallpaper is recyclable. They are currently talking to a company that can make marketing material for them from our wallpaper off cuts and rejected product.

They use recycled glass for their glass beaded products and their paint is water based, solvent free and has very little environmental impact