Rubelli/Donghia, Ground Floor, Design Centre East
Kravet, Ground Floor, North Dome
House & Garden magazine selected their favourite products from London Design Week 2013. The winners are:
‘Lodden’ carpet at Tim Page Carpets
‘Millau Vase’ lamp (CC07/TU) at Vaughan
‘Dix Neuf Cent Vingt’ fabric at Pierre Frey
‘Palladio’ border at Samuel & Sons Passementerie
‘About Flowers’ fabric at Dedar
‘Style Moderne’ collection at Samuel Heath
‘Feather Bloom’ sisal wallcovering by Celerie Kemble for Schumacher at Turnell & Gigon
‘Rizzo’ four poster bed at Nicholas Haslam Ltd
‘Plateau’ wallpaper at Harlequin
‘Bianco Cavallini’ rug at Edelman Leather
‘Crawford Star’ at Evitavonni
Make sure you visit the Third Floor, North Dome where you’ll find Nyetimber’s pop-up bar. For over 20 years, its aim has been to make English sparkling wine to rival the best in the world. Take your token and enjoy a complimentary glass of fizz from this award-winning producer, whose delightful vineyards are in the South Downs in Sussex.
Third Floor, North Dome
For over 25 years, David Seyfried Ltd has been the first stop for high-quality upholstered furniture. The established showroom has a new display of textured wallcoverings from Biden Designs. Mainly from Kyoto, they have been designed by artisans who remain loyal to traditional Japanese techniques, passed down the generations.
David Seyfried Ltd., First Floor, Centre Dome
If you thought Wool Classics was just about neutral floor coverings, think again. They have now added brights such as turquoise, coral and hot pink to the Quantum collection colour palette. For more than a decade, the company has adhered to a simple philosophy – to provide the very highest quality product and service for every project undertaken.
Wool Classics, Second Floor, South Dome
There’s always a twist in a design tale. New tiles by Patricia Urquiola and Alena Agafonova create the appearance of an artisanal patchwork. Surprisingly, they are made from super-modern hydraulic cement and stone. See them at R.I.M Tile Boutique.
R.I.M. Tile Boutique, Third Floor, Centre Dome
Sound the fabulous klaxon. Hollywood’s hottest interior designer Kelly Wearstler has designed a collection for Lee Jofa, and it’s all about modern glamour. Fabrics feature an alluring combination of bold textures, graphic pattern and unusual colours, reflecting her signature eclectic style.
Lee Jofa, Ground Floor, Design Centre East
The Fornasetti II collection at Cole & Son is a celebration of the surrealist maestro’s genius. These trompe-l’œil wallpapers, borders, friezes and digital panels are whimsical, iconic and highly covetable.
Cole & Son, Ground Floor, Centre Dome
For real wow factor, the Texam macro wallcoverings at Brian Yates are hard to beat. Bold and beautiful oversized designs add drama and verve, making even small spaces sing while obscuring confining boundaries.
Brian Yates, Ground Floor, South Dome