Bring the Luxe, Lifestyle Look Into Your Home
Lifestyle brand and fabric specialists, KAI features inspirational designs, creating a unique 'lifestyle' look, which will add infinite style to your home.
The KAI name was derived from the concept of it’s meaning ‘earth’, ‘sea’, and ‘tree’, which represent the ever-changing nature of the elements.
With a continual creation of new designs, techniques and styles, all developed by a talented in-house design team.
The inspiration for the brand is taken from global influences, to create a fresh aesthetic which is both luxurious and enduringly comfortable. Influences include nature, geometry and architecture, allowing KAI to create an exceptional range of designs that feel contemporary and timeless designs for your living space.
KAI – Be Inspired.
As an artist, Katrin Spranger creates jewellery and sculpture that deals with science fiction, environment and consumer culture. Focusing on resources that might become depleted in the future, Katrin explores natural materials including crude oil, water and honey to develop wearable but also time-based and interactive pieces.
In her recent dystopian narrative "Aquatopia", pure water is on the verge of depletion and the precious resource is venerated by keeping consumption and waste to the bare minimum.
Inspired by traditional water systems, the Aquatopia objects were created as futuristic and reimagined drinking vessels, scooping bowls, storages and shower funnels that engage original plumbing parts and laboratory found objects.
Made of copper and glass, materials traditionally used for transporting and storing water, the craft objects straddle the line between function, imagined function and aesthetic quality.
The tantalizing tipping point between a simple collection of coloured squares and an identifiable image has always fascinated Kevin Stamper; as the eye takes in his work, the mind tries to organize the image into a recognizable object or impression. The viewer moves closer, then withdraws, squints and tilts their head as an image begins to explain itself, sometimes immediately, sometimes evolving at a gentler pace as the composition is dwelt upon.
The squares, or pixels, are made from hand-dyed sycamore veneer and each one is unique, possessing its own natural grain pattern and texture. He enjoys the way this gives the material its own voice and an element of control over the final picture. He uses the process on both furniture and wall hanging art works, pushing the boundaries on what is possible and accepted with the use of wood and veneers and creating fine, hand-made objects of desire.
Established in 1982, King & McGaw are the UK’s leading retailer of quality art prints and frames. A commitment to artistry and craftsmanship has established King & McGaw as the trusted supplier of art print products for hotels, interior designers, retailers and museums and heritage institutions across the world. Discover an impressive collection of art prints from Sir John Soane’s Museum, featuring works by Turner, Canaletto, Hogarth, Piranesi, Gandy and Ledoux.
Knots Rugs is a London based designer rug company with a flagship showroom on the Kings Road, Chelsea.
Led by MD and head designer Bonnie Sutton, they are known as one of the UK’s most innovative and artistic rug companies, their exquisite and sophisticated creations adorning the most luxurious of homes around the world.
Knots Rugs has its rug roots spanning 3 generations starting in the 1930’s with Bonnie Sutton’s grandfather Alfred Sutton a true artist and talented restorer, expert of antique, oriental carpets and textiles.
With a keen eye for design and a fine art aesthetic Bonnie started Knots Rugs back in 2007 in memory of his work and passion.
Daring design aesthetic, high impact events, lavish presentations, notoriously risqué ad campaigns and inspiring editorial, have an uncanny way of conveying KOKET’s mission to inspire love and empower through its statement pieces and unique design driven experiences and content.
The innate desire to seduce and entice its devotees is perfectly illustrated in the Guilty Pleasures and Exotic Opulence Collections composed of dramatic case goods, luscious upholstery, exquisite lighting and decadent furs; all of which mesmerize with their magical mineral medleys, lux metallics, vibrant jewel tones and exotic peacock feathers.