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We are highlighting the stand-out exhibitors to look out for at Decorex Virtual. These 5 sustainable interior design brands really wowed visitors at our event and are sure to do so at our virtual show as well. Discover the list we’ve devised for a little insight into our virtual event and who you could connect with there.
Decorex held a grand reunion at Olympia London in October, the design community were delighted to come together to celebrate design in all its forms. After such a long time without trade fairs and exhibitions, the resounding feeling was of delight and gratitude to be able to share creativity and ideas in person once again. But for those that weren’t able to make it this year, we have devised a fantastic online event – Decorex Virtual, 16-8th November 2021 – allowing attendees to enjoy the features and highlights of the in-person show, all at the click of a button.
And so, we are highlighting the stand-out exhibitors to look out for at Decorex Virtual. These 5 sustainable interior design brands really wowed visitors at our event and are sure to do so at our virtual show as well. Discover the list we’ve devised for a little insight into our virtual event and who you could connect with there.
Naturalmat's stand proved to be a very popular at our in-person event; they are sure to make the same great impression at Decorex Virtual. In fact, Naturalmat bagged themselves a prize in the Decorex 2021 Stand Awards for Best Sustainable Product.
After they founded the brand in 1999, their core beliefs were shaped by the fact that they could not understand why the majority of mattresses were made using man-made synthetic materials that were neither biodegradable nor from a sustainable source. Naturalmat take a very different approach to making, ensuring their beds are made with 100% natural materials and are always from a sustainable resource that is harvested according to Fair Trade principles.
For a long time now, The Little Greene Paint Company have been outwardly proving their commitment to the worldwide environment. In fact, in 2004 they were one of the first UK paint manufacturers to achieve the European environmental standard BS EN ISO 14001.
As for their paints, their water-based varieties carry the industry's lowest eco-rating, with VOC content now virtually zero. This means you don't need to worry about solvent contributions to the atmosphere or any respiratory issues. Meanwhile their oil-based paints have been reformulated using sustainable vegetable oils, without compromising on their unrivalled quality.
Adam Nathaniel Furman was one of the talented makers to feature in Future Heritage in 2021. His colourful style and playful designs really captured the imagination of visitors who ventured into this portion of the show.
One of the stand-out pieces he showcased was the Elias stool and side table from his Beiruti furniture collection, made for the incredible female-led Lebanese design brand start-up Beit Collective. The stools are made in small workshops in Beirut using incredible local woodworking and caning skills. The multicoloured caning is made using a sustainable, organic and biodegradable material, making them a truly unique addition to your interior space. Furman has also worked with the likes of Curiousa & Curiousa to create a set of bespoke lights called the Glowbule Collection, made from gorgeous pastel coloured glass orbs.
See these collections and more at Decorex Virtual – register now.
A Rum Fellow is a London based design studio dedicated to artisan textiles and rugs and statement interior pieces. The brand celebrates and supports their incredible artisans – who harness traditional global processes and techniques – with a commitment to fair trade principals. Preserving artisanal craft practices is top of the agenda for A Rum Fellow. Aside from their pledge to ethicality, they have also proven their interest in sustainability too.
Previous collaborations they’ve done in the past, for instance the Tom Raffield x A Rum Fellow, celebrate skilled craftmanship, innovative design and sustainable making practices. This range of upholstered signature furniture pieces featured sustainably sourced oak. We wait in anticipation for new products and ranges they might release. See all current collections at Decorex Virtual.
Rose Uniacke is a firm favourite amongst the design community, known best for her stunning fabric collections, which combine quality materials and striking colours. And now, launched this October, Rose Uniacke is pleased to present Rose Uniacke Paint collection. The debut paint range will be 100% natural and chemical-free and is suited to both traditional and modern interiors.
“I have long mixed my own bespoke paints for the projects I design and so it made sense to share some of these colours. I wanted to do this in an environmentally conscious way, and so creating a range that’s 100% natural and chemical-free was a priority from the outset.” says Rose Uniacke.
See all of these sustainable interior design brands and makers at Decorex Virtual, from 16-18th November.
Decorex Virtual returns from 16-18 November, bringing together the global Decorex community. Your ticket will give you access to inspirational sessions from the Decorex Talks Programme, opportunity to connect with our exhibitors, a 3D walkthrough of Decorex 2021, powered by Venue View, and so much more.