It’s always important to stay up to date with the new design trends – there are so many wonderful new products being launched! London has always been an inspirational place for interior design – and now with upcoming Decorex London it is even more. Check out my subjective guide on Decorex 2015, one of the most important design festivals taking place in London 20-23.09.2015!
The festival concentrates on theme of understanding luxury and its future. There is no such thing as a single definition for this term. We have been using it in so many different meanings, that we haven’t even noticed how much it has changed. The luxurious designs have always been associated with a sense of legacy and craftmanship – and some expense that has to go with having a piece that the next couple of generations would thoroughly enjoy.
What does it mean to us nowadays? Is it about the materials used in the design? Is it the innovative, even more ergonomical form? For me, I guess, it has always been about the everlasting quality – how well the product ages and if it has been thought about by the designer. The use of material is crucial as well – it is not only about the look of the material, it is about the irreplaceable sensual experience that the quality product provides
What would be seen as luxurious in the future? What is your opinion? You can vote here:
Now enough of theory – check out the choice of some most interesting luxury pieces and interior design materials from the Decorex London that I have picked for you.
The Lapicida Reclaimed Geometric marble floor at Decorex 2013. Marble floors are the evergreen trend when it comes to luxurious interior designs – but this approach of using reclaimed marble that comes in smaller tiles, makes it more future-forward (in a strong geometrical pattern, yet being a comment on traditional mosaic floors).
This year there will be one of my favourite brands for decorative objects displaying – Harlequin London, well-known for its sophisticated approach towards home decoration and accessories. Here – a Veronese vase – in a deep shade of red.
Tudors inspired velvets by Blackpop -the collection that is the result of collaboration between Blackpop and the National Portrait Gallery for Blackpop’s second fabrics & wallpapers collection “The Tudor Collection – Deconstructed”. This one called ‘Mary’ would surely be a great fabric to use for making your living room look more opulent.
I’m so glad that the 1920’s and 1930’s inspired design is still on. ONYX SKYLINE Wallpaper by Daniel Heath Studio is a great gold accent wallpaper for a luxurious living room design.
A great living room inspiration with Aldeco Fabrics. Subtle shades in a pink, white and gold color scheme make this eclectic interior look both very luxurious and light.
One of the brand’s whose products I can’t wait to see live. So glad they would be there! As I’ve heard, BRABBU is about to show some new furniture pieces…
Who could miss such an opportunity to experience top quality design? I surely would be there! See you in London at Decorex 2015 – Syon Park!
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