Contemporary furniture ideas to watch at Decorex 2016

After Maison et Objet Paris 2016, now it is time for London to be the center of design trade shows. From 18th to 21st of September, London will held Decorex 2016, a trade show that has a mixture between luxury and contemporary furniture ideas. It’s here where Home Inspiration Ideas will be focus on, contemporary furniture ideas…and we’ll do it by naming what will be the exhibitors to watch at Decorex 2016.

 

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OCHRE – stand B32

Ochre’s distinctive lighting and furniture has caused a stir ever since this design company began in 1996. The first creations were exquisitely crafted gessoed lamp bases, which were delicately coloured, water gilded and perfectly balanced. The recurring themes of Ochre’s work – proportion, texture, contrast and finish – were all in place.

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Ochre is now a global brand with showrooms in London and New York.  As well as selling directly to individuals, Ochre works with international designers and architects on custom projects for private residences, boutique hotels and restaurants throughout the world.

 

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Starts to be one of the exhibitors that everyone wants to see, no matter design show or country they’re exhibiting. Two weeks apart us from Paris, and now in London they will showcase the best furniture home decor, for those whom looking for to give a Fall touch , to their luxury apartments or flats. Don’t miss a chance to see their Covet London apartment .

 

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CHARLES BURNAND – stand B33

Charles Burnand is an interiors brand concentrating on a mix of new, bespoke and antiques. Charles Burnand is where design-lovers come to find one-off pieces; Italian Mid-Century-Modern chairs re-worked in luxurious fabrics; art deco-style burr walnut and Vellum cabinets or a bespoke Sabrina Landini art piece.

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AMODE – stand G25

 

Amode has been proud to furnish some of the most prestigious homes & innovative companies across the UK with their distinctive collection of Italian contemporary furniture for the last 10 years, and will be making their debut appearance at this years Decorex.

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With a focus on pure, natural materials the Amode aesthetic is highly distinctive – a fusion of contemporary materials, such as glass, lacquer and steel meets old-world, traditional materials such as rustic oak, Italian marble and antique brass. Time honoured artisanal craftsmanship is also combined with state of the art modern manufacturing processes, to bring together the best of both worlds. This juxtaposition of old and new delivers an entirely aspirational, luxury concept that is wholly unique and desirable.

 

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TOM FAULKNER LTD -stand B37

 

Since its inception in the early 1990s, Tom Faulkner has grown into an award-winning and much celebrated creative business, based in London and Wiltshire.  Combining metal with marble, wood, glass and leather to form a group of sophisticated collections, the company produces furniture renowned for its strong achitectural lines and simple but distinctive shapes.  The furniture has the ability to both blend in and stand out, and to complement either traditional or contemporary interior styles.

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The collections feature a wide range of shapes, sizes and finishes, but because each piece is made to order it is possible to tailor it to the customer’s precise specifications.

 

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