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New: Woven Fabrics from Eleanor Pritchard

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Above: Quince and Peppercorn.

This week Eleanor Pritchard launches new patterns for blankets and cushions woven in lighter weight lambswool yarn. Pritchard’s major influence is mid-century style. If you are a fan of this era in design, the fabric will not fail to appeal. Pared down geometric patterns in subtle colours are woven into the modern family heirlooms using traditional British mills. Her products are perfect for the contemporary interior and unsurprisingly she is stocked at leading home stores worldwide. Continue Reading…

Detail: Sheepskin


A piece of sheepskin is a welcoming sight around a winter table. Warmer and more durable than a throw it is the ideal element for creating a luxuriously modern setting. Simply add a large cluster of candles, white Christmas lights and winter foliage for a subtle festive look. Continue Reading…

Bespoke wallpaper ‘Another Colour’ by Tracy Kendall


Above: ‘Another Colour’ by Tracy Kendall

Consistency is the key component of a ‘great’ designer and Tracy Kendall’s back catalogue evidences this in abundance. Continue Reading…

Styling: Mixed up

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Note: Colour stained floor / Memphis style / Copper / Marble / Piping / Beige /  Brights

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We noticed: Lindsey Lang Design

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We noticed: the new flooring launch from Lindsey Lang Design, her graphic patterns that usually adorn textiles transfer easily onto the tile creating a clean modern option for a home, interior or business setting. Continue Reading…

Berlin Home by Volker Wiese


Architect and builder Volker Wiese emulated the Bauhaus style when created his dream residence in Berlin. Wiese settled on a site for his new project in the fashionable but urban area of Berlin-Grunewald where he demolished a run-down post war building. Continue Reading…

5 minutes with Lubna Chowdhary

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‘Five Minutes Only’ is the first in a series of quick fire rounds with influencers and leaders of disciplines in art and design. Today we welcome the ceramicist Lubna Chowdhary who creates tile-based artworks for interior and exterior spaces. Continue Reading…

3 Hours left at 100% Design


Above: Worldscape by Atmos

100% Design closes today at 6pm so make sure to get over to Earl’s Court to see thousands of products from the likes of Magis, Vitra, Buster + Punch, Very Good & Proper, Lorna Syson, Espasso, Wagner alongside some of the best new International brands and the greatest Emerging Designs.

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3D Home Factory – Printing our world


Printing speaks louder than words when it comes to the 3D Home Factory at 100% Design.  Continue Reading…

Eclectic fabrics from St. Jude’s


British textile brand St. Jude’s focuses on creating unique patterned fabrics, cushions covers and wallpapers from its Norfolk based workshop. Continue Reading…

Fonte bathroom inspired by Japanese philosophy


The Fonte collection by Monica Graffeo is inspired by the Japanese philosophy of personal care. The collection is made using DuPont™ Corian® techno-surface with elm wood accessories.  Continue Reading…

Form: when wallpaper and concrete collides

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The Form collection by Erica Wakerly for KAZA Concrete shows what happens when wallpaper designers and concrete manufacturers collaborate. Continue Reading…

Moroso: The Look

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Last year textile manufacturer MOROSO celebrated it’s 60th Birthday. As a part of the ongoing celebrations, Patrizia Moroso has curated an exhibition, Lo Sguardo Laterale: Moroso, une recherche entre Arts décoratifs et Design (The Look: Moroso, research between Decorative Arts and Design). Continue Reading…

Clerkenwell Presents: Giles Miller Studio


Giles Miller Studio specialise in surface and interior design and for Clerkenwell Design Week the studio has created a large installation at St. John’s Gate.  Continue Reading…

Top Picks from the House of Detention: GIQ


Above: GIO 120

Concrete drawers? It sounds like like a an expression the Mafia might use, but these drawers by GIQ and Sai Industries at the House of Detention during Clerkenwell Design Week are anything but sinister.  Continue Reading…

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