If you’re not familiar, Decorex is a huge design show with a focus on luxury interiors. I spent four hours there and was practically running around at the end trying to squeeze it all in before I had to leave. I listened to a panel discussion with Martyn Lawrence Bullard, India Hicks, Kim Kuhteubl and Iris Danker, and I took 487 photos. I’ve brutally narrowed them down to just a few favorites, although this is by no means an exhaustive list – you can check out more on my Pinterest boards.
Pretty gold and glass at Giopato & Coombes. Salmon/peach was a recurring trend throughout the show, and one that I’m totally on-board with.
These terracotta pendants were from Hand & Eye Studio. What caught my eye even more, though, were the very simple, long terracotta beam lights.
In a sea of brass, gold, black and white lighting, this blue, urchin-like table lamp at Ijl Brown was a head-turner.
I loved their whole stand, actually. Bright and fun with a global air but still sophisticated. Those mirrors were stunning in person, and I love the emerald green deco-inspired chair with white piping, although I didn’t get a great photo of it.
Feathr had some amazing wallpapers on display. I’ve just had a nosey on their website and there is a lot of good stuff there.
Sian Zeng‘s range of magnetic wallpaper was magical – such a genius idea for a kid’s space.
On to fabrics! I’m giddy over Parris Wakefield Additions‘ painterly, graphic prints.
They were exhibiting as part of Galapagos Design Studio, as was Korla, whose ink blue fabric (middle chair) was amazing. I like their more understated pink and steel fabric too (front right chair).
Pretty blues at Soie De Lune.
These rugs from Art Hide were definitely one of my favorite moments from Decorex. The colours were perfect.
Their benches, bags and cushions were awesome too. All ethically sourced.
I also loved the colourful jute rugs and textiles at Abbott + Boyd…
A navy velvet Chesterfield…that’s for outdoors. It looked and felt just like high-end, indoor furniture (from Coco Wolf).
More luxurious velvety goodness from Munna.
And finally, I’ll finish up with a couple of more muted – yet equally appealing – offerings from Pinch…
…and French brand Harto. Perfect small-space solutions!