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Product Launches at Decorex 2021

Last year products appeared from the design sphere’s emerging and most established brands including Cameron Design House, Crucial Trading and Ian Mankin at Decorex.

Watch this space, we'll be updating this page with the latest products ahead of our 2022 show.

Cameron Design House

Award winning British bespoke sculptural lighting studio launched two new collections, Torsa and Halti, each piece is bespoke and handcrafted by their talented team.

Ian Mankin

From British weavers of designer furnishing fabrics, Ian Mankin, the Contour Collection is a range of 31 fabrics, linen sheers and braids that focus on the inherent beauty of natural yarns.


Inspired by the ripple effect the sea makes on the sand, Haberdashery exhibited their stunning Sand and Sea collection for the first time at Decorex.

Timorous Beasties

New for Decorex, the Matzu Tree design represents a wind harness through pattern, geometric shapes and Japanese trees, creating wallpaper that is akin to a piece of art.

Vincent Sheppard

Belgian furniture specialists Vincent Shepperd presented their new indoor and outdoor collections,  Lento, David, Kodo and Frida at the show.

J. Adams & Co

British luxury lighting studio presented Luna at Decorex. Named after the Roman goddess of the moon, the new collection combines brushed brass with travertine - a material steeped in architectural history.

Little Greene Paint Company

The new collection, National Trust II, consists of an eclectic mix of contemporary designed based on original patterns from the National Trust's historic houses.

Armac Martin

The UK's leading manufacturer of solid luxury brass interior hardware launched The Digbeth Collection. Inspired by the Digbeth area of Birmingham known for its contemporary aesthetics, the collection echoes the raw textures found in this district of the city.

Empty State

A new lighting brand from the team behind Cameron Design House, specialising in configurable modular lighting pendants, launched for the first time at Decorex.

Liberty Fabrics

New to Decorex, Liberty Fabrics presented their latest collection 'The Modern Collector'. For this collection archival prints were reinterpreted and reworked in a celebration of Liberty's historic love of craftsmanship and design.

Marc Wood Studio

Marc Wood Studio launched four new luxury lighting collections exclusively for Decorex, each with unique and meticulously designed features. The Echo collection incorporates two pendant variations, with the Rosa Rings was designed to showcase the opaque beauty of natural marble.

Crucial Trading

Crucial trading presented two new designs, Enigma and Morella. The Enigma design is woven from 100% New Zealand Wool, chosen for the purity of its natural colour which enables Crucial Trading to achieve such a spectacular colour palette for their collection.


London-based team of designer-makers Sedilia launched Roll Top Sofa, combining tactile curves with strong fluid lines, and Roll Top Chair, championing the supportive shape of a crafted crescent.

Riviere Rugs x Zoffany

Rug manufacturers, Riviere, showcased their new colourway's at this year's show. Their collaboration with Zoffany has expanded two new colourways, 'Monochrome' and 'Chalk' to their Jigsaw design.

Source The Latest Collections At Decorex

Registration is now open. Discover brand new products for your upcoming products and so much more at Decorex 2022.