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Decorex International, one of the world’s leading shows for the high-end interior design market, will host its 42nd edition at Olympia London on 6 – 9 October 2019. The show attracts over 400 leading names in luxury interiors, who will showcase their latest designs, from hand-painted wallpapers and bespoke furniture, to conceptual lighting and fabrics.
Established names returning this year include furniture maker Tom Faulkner, who will present a selection of his latest designs, distinguished by their striking silhouettes, definite lines, minimum ornament and bold shapes. They are produced in a rich mix of steel, bronze, marble, glass, gold, leather and even plaster.
Lighting company Bert Frank will show new collections inspired by Art Deco and a refined industrial aesthetics, while Curiousa & Curiousa will unveil new designs from their Siren wall light range, characterised by the layering of colourful hand-blown glass plates, bowls and dishes. Rosanna Lonsdale will unveil a new collection of coloured decorative lamp bases, all of which are hand-made to order in her London studio.
Rug company Riviere will present new designs by founders Camilla and Leo Riviere, as well as Caledonia, a new collection inspired by the Scottish landscape, born from a collaboration with O&A London. Ornate Rugs will offer a selection from its collection of luxury handmade rugs, kilims and accessories.
Niki Jones, who will introduce a range of throws and bedspreads in soft cotton voile, quilted with hand kantha stitching and filled with 100% cotton, available in a beautiful selection of colours from classic Ecru to subtle Plummet with Nude and striking Ochre with Scree.
Quintessa Art will present new work from some of the 15 full time artists and art technicians who work to provide the bespoke art service it has offered the interior design trade for 30 years.
Hyde House will launch new free-standing furniture designs made using its trademark Resinate™ service. Born by the desire to offer a broader scope of options when finishing furniture, Resinate™ allows people to bring a design to life with any wallpaper options.
Other established names to look out for include Arte International, Beaumont & Fletcher, Kit Miles Studio, Dedar, Devon & Devon, Ferreira de Sá, Lincrusta, Nicholas Haslam, The Rug Company, Thibaut, Vaughan, V&A Interiors and Villaverde.
First-time exhibitors include Rose Uniacke who will bring the latest offerings from its fabric range. British sculptural lighting company Cameron Design House will show its Inari chandelier, while Vincent Sheppard will launch a selection of outdoor furniture designs. Kirath Ghundoo will present a gold wallpaper base, and Salon Libertine London a range of new fabric and wallpaper.
Decorex welcomes exhibitors from 13 countries, including Italian kitchen company Officine Gullo which will launch its latest designs, including the Fiorentina inspired by Tuscany. Also returning is Portuguese based lighting company Serip that offers artisanal nature-inspired lighting.