“It’s where you get to put a face to a name,” says the interior designer about Design Centre, Chelsea Harbour. “It’s absolutely invaluable.”
“It’s exciting, but it’s a great place to learn as well, because there’s such depth of craftsmanship behind the product,” says the interior designer and antique dealer about Design Centre, Chelsea Harbour.
“You get a sense of warmth here, and that there’s a cross-pollination between the brands,” says the US-based editor-in-chief of Galerie magazine, at London Design Week 2019 to host a Conversations in Design talk.
“We have a vast and exciting pool of resources to work from – it’s really about how you put all of those things together, says the creative director of interior design and branding company Run for the Hills.
The print designer on his new wallcoverings, launched at Miles X Bookshop: “It’s great to be part of a community of designers that brings the collections to the world stage.”
The lighting designer’s maxim: “Really good lighting is as much about what you do light as what you don’t.”
The design director of Sybil Colefax and John Fowler on sourcing at Design Centre, Chelsea Harbour with her colleagues: “It’s quite fun when you’re all looking for the same thing and you all come back with something completely different – you can come back and compare notes.”