Decorex International 2014 played the host for displaying over 400 interior brands, where excitement stirred for the unveiling of the latest, in the exploration of parallels between Georgian design and the wonderful designs of today. True Georgian tradition was in full appearance with arrival of the champagne bar, designed by Les Trois Garcons, in celebration of the 300th anniversary of the Georgian age.
As well as a four-day exhibition of creative design in furniture, fabrics and all things interior: a large seminar program hosted an array of discussions, presentations and debates. Many respected names of the interior design Industry discussed interesting topics on trend forecasting, design influences, and interior rand building.
Prestigious brands showcased their collections and unique products were surrounded by the best in British design, with bespoke, luxurious products exhibited. Some Uber Interiors suppliers displayed their lavish pieces in Syon Park- the elegant backdrop for Decorex 2014.
A Host of Uber Interiors supplies laid out beautifully created displays that caught the attention of many.
Munna/Ginger and Jagger
Munna/Ginger Jagger display the Hughes Sofa in dark red and the Ananaz and rock side tables. Golden accessories like the vine Ginger and Jagger mirror and various table and wall lights from their range, tie the products together.
Justin Van Breda
Justin Van Breda presented an elegant and sophisticated stand featuring the classic circular mahogany dining table and cocktail cabinet.
The celestial pebble lighting by Ochre created a wonderful atmosphere and complemented its surrounding space beautifully. The pebbles can be adjusted and displayed in many different ways whether they are in a group, or shown as a singular installation-each option provides a fantastic lighting solution.
The revolution console table and mirror seemed to have a strikingly stunning impact at Decorex. The gold and silver elements, embedded in the Villiers Brothers range, added luxurious elements to each pieces striking formation.
Flickers of bronze and brass tones, were key to CTO Lighting display. The triangular Maya wall tiles performed as the perfect backdrop, to the sleek elegance of the brands lighting range.
The new venue has allowed for the expansion of inspirational explorations from the design industry, to be presented in a destination that can house new and up and coming talent- no longer will the show be spilling out from its previous central London venues.