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Surface Design Show 2016

Having attended the Surface Design Show for the past few years, I’ve noticed that it’s become more of a challenge to spot interesting, unusual materials. To find those that stand out from the overwhelming array of sleek, neutral finishes that start to blend in, within such a large exhibition space. This years’ offering however was […]

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Interior show-stoppers

Although my design philosophy has always been about layering elements and the composition of a space as a whole, sometimes, one fabulous, show-stopping feature is all that’s needed to pull a look together or to inject the right amount of boldness into a space. Here’s a selection of some of my favourites… _______________________________________ In an […]

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7 beautiful rooms

While most of my posts are as much about the written narrative as they are the imagery, this one is (almost) purely a visual feast of gorgeous rooms, spaces that have come together as stunning ensembles through their architecture, forms, textures and tones.  The introduction image features an unusual combination of mink grey with golden […]

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LDF special: must-see Designers of TENT London

September is always a frenzy for all things design in London. Fashion’s finest pull out all the stops for the shows at London Fashion Week, while a flurry of interior design related trade shows, exhibitions and seminars keep us inspired throughout London Design Festival. Whether designer or member of the public, it can always be […]

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Sensing Spaces: Architecture Reimagined

The “Sensing Spaces: Architecture Reimagined” exhibition at the Royal Academy came recommended to me by Lucy Martin, Design Director at the esteemed John Cullen Lighting, with a generous dose of conviction and enthusiasm. Often, such high expectations based on word of mouth come with a red alert for potential disappointment and a great sense of […]

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