Last week was the annual London Design Week at the Design Centre in Chelsea Harbour. With around 70 companies taking part and showing off their most recently launched collections of fabric, lighting, carpet, furniture and more, it was a great opportunity to see what the current trends are for interior design around the world.
One of our oldest clients, fabric designers Jab, has moved to a stunning, much larger new showroom at Imperial Wharf www.jab.de/en. More photos to follow soon
We provided flower displays for some of the new showrooms at the Centre – Edelman Leathers, a wonderfully tactile showroom with leather and skins in fantastic designs, patterns and colours covering the entire floor, walls and furniture Â www.edelmanleather.com. We chose burnt orange James Storey orchids and silvery blue Eucalyptus to echo the tan leather tiles on the walls and ceiling and the snakeskin effect printed leather on the console table at the entrance.
We also created an unusual display for Wired www.wired-designs.com, a new showroom featuring the most amazing collection of lights. They wanted something striking which would work with their dramatic lighting designs. So we chose hot pink Orchids, dark red passion Roses, green date palms and bright orange Protea!
Another of our long standing clients, the American design company J Robert Scott, has been at the Design Centre for many years, and has a fantastic contemporary collection of fabrics and furniture in the most wonderfully glamorous shades of cream, taupe, cinnamon, mink, chocolate with some accents of black and burnt orange/red www.jrobertscott.com
Another Â showroom new to the Design Centre, The Bradley Collection, have an incredible range of curtain poles and finials. To keep with their contemporary image, we designed a display comprising white Hyacinths, Ranunculi and Eucalyptus in clear glass cylinders which was both fresh and Spring like www.bradleycollection.com