Blackpop is an independent British label that specialise in creating elegantly distressed wallpapers, fabrics and furniture that punk up the rich tapestry of the past to create opulent, richly figured designs
This year Blackpop will be launching their new 'Collectors' collection made in collaboration with Sir John Soane's Museum'. They are also excited to have collaborated with Knots Rugs to produce 3 hand woven rugs that also incorporate the designs from the 'Collectors' collection.
Blackpop’s award winning designs are celebrated worldwide in both commercial and domestic spaces.
All Blackpop's Fabrics and Wallpapers are made in the UK
They are available to buy directly or through the website.
CADORIN – the family-run business set up by Giosuè Cadorin – is today run by his son Delfino and grandchildren Claudio and Rita.
With 15,000 m2 covered floor-space, the company is organised to produce planks for wood floors and cladding purposes: two-layer solutions or three-layer solid wood planks, representing the evolution of the single-layer solid parquet.
All the production takes place in Cadorin factory: from the choice of the trunks to their natural seasoning; from the drying in the ovens to the selection, glueing and finish. The final result is a large range of Cadorin Collections, all marked by the guarantee of obtaining at the same time quality, style and only one 110% italian product.
The production line is carefully designed to allow for easily manageable personalization: manual intervention in the shape of handplaning, saw cutting, chamfered or aged surfaces, antique-look effects, plus the colouring and combination of finishes.
London based Ceramic Art Regina Heinz specialises in unique architectural ceramics for luxurious spaces. Beautifully crafted three-dimensional modules are combined in different ways to create exclusive ceramic art installations for public and domestic settings alike. A contemporary take on the ancient traditions of architectural adornment: mosaics, friezes and frescos, these tactile sculptural artworks animate spaces with rippling patterns of light and shadow. Colours, shapes, surfaces and designs are bespoke, carefully chosen in dialogue with the client. Renowned internationally for her ceramic art, Regina regularly works with interior designers, art consultants and private clients, such as P&O, Areen Design, Collett Zarzycki, 1508 London, Alchemi Group, Stiff + Trevillion Architects, Muza Lab London and HBA Shanghai.
For more than 30 years, interior designers, upholsterers, and manufacturers have used our products for private and corporate aircraft; corporate, hospitality, and residential interiors; luxury motor coaches, high-end cars, and private yachts. We are a privately-owned company dedicated to building relationships and earning our customers' loyalty by providing the highest quality leather and a superior customer experience. We maintain strong relationships with the most elite tanneries in Italy and work together to create the most beautiful, innovative leather products for our customers.
Orac Decor is the leading European manufacturer of innovative 3D elements, specialising in high-quality coving, mouldings & ornaments.
Our extensive collections range from stylish skirting, panel and cornice mouldings to indirect lighting, architraves, pilasters & rosettes. All decorative elements are durable, lightweight & simple to install making any project or revamp easier to finish.
With Orac Decor products you can transform every space into something unique, without any creative limitations.
The diverse Licensing Partners of the legendary Sir John Soane's Museum are showcased in a contemporary display curated by acclaimed designer Sue Timney.
Featuring designs from Hector Finch Lighting, Surface View, Locker & Riley, Atkey & Co, Chesney's, Gainsborough, Burden, Ossowski, King & McGaw, and Haddonstone.
Joining them are Blackpop, a new licensee, launching their stunning Soane-inspired fabric, wallpaper, and furniture collection. Along with Chisel & Mouse launching new precise, architectural sculptures based on Soane’s classic architectural models by Fouquet.