Design Junction might just have been my favourite part of London Design Week last month. Just like Decorex, there was a lot of good stuff, but this was a little more down-to-Earth and attainable, especially all the pop-up shops.
Her leather hangers were perfection too. I commented on how much I liked the designer’s earrings at the show, and she’d made those too (check out her jewelry here).
|Leather & Brass Hanger – £52
|Form Follows Material Lighting|
Nick Fraser‘s geometric terracotta lighting and vases were great, and his copper pipe candle holders were fun.
|Copper Pipe Candle Sticks – £28
Small Plant Pots – £34 // Small Vases – £38
Small Pendants – £40 each // Large Pendants – £105
I was rather looking forward to checking out Geo Fleur‘s stand, having followed them on Instagram for ages, and they didn’t disappoint. I bought a few bits from them – I’ll share those at the end of the post.
Concrete is definitely having a moment, and I am so on board. Room 9 had a host of gorgeousness on that front.
|Groove Clock – £65 // Jar Pendant – £140|
|Hurricane Light – £360 // Mulberry Bowl “A” – £86|
|Bottom Shelf: Candles from £27|
Stunning LED bulbs were paired with minimalist light fixtures in warm wood and brass at Tala.
|Gaia Bulbs – £39|
Behan Gray‘s work was amazing: hand-stained wood with brass overlays (on the backdrop) and shell inlays (on the table) in striking colour palettes.
|Console Table – £2250 // Inlay Back Drop available as Nizwa Cabinet – £7000|
|Plant Mister – £15 // A4 Lightbox – £45|
|Twist Coffee Table – £578 // Bowl Table Lamp – £310 // Chair – not online|
Design House Stockholm‘s tactile knot cushions were so much fun.
|Knot Cushions: Green /Taupe -unavailable/Yellow/Grey/Pink – £77 each|
I also loved the brass and stone bowl at Ethnicraft‘s stand, although I can’t find it online.
|Lora XL Shade (bottom left) – €129 // Large Feather Light (top left) – €249
Silvia Brushed Brass Shade (middle) – €89
I also bought a big air plant to fit in a terrarium I found at a fair in the summer. The terrarium is blown glass over a natural wood base, and it’s so pretty that I didn’t really want to cover it up, so this is perfect. Of course, I needed a pretty brass mister for its weekly watering. I will note, though, that the mister is really awkward to fill – so pretty but not terribly well designed.
|Brass Plant Mister – £15 // Large Xerographica Air Plant – £20|