Decorex is an event that should not be missed. With a long line of reputable suppliers showcasing products at the event, there is no surprise that Villiers were to be one of many, displaying their stand of impressive designs.
Villiers Mammoth Console Table is a mesmerising piece that photos do not do justice. The combination of masculine materials, effortless solidity and curvaceous lines, forms a show stopping statement piece, which captured the attention of many. The essence of quality British craftsmanship is strongly present when viewing the superbly crafted table. We are delighted to announce that this stunning piece of furniture is currently being displayed at the Uber showroom, as well as the Omega Mirror.
After winning Best Stand at Decorex last Year, Harlequin came back with 4 unique trend setting stands, featuring tableware, decorative accessories and lighting sure to appeal to many over the autumn/winter seasons of 2014 and beyond. The four stand collections are inspired by the current design interests of clients and the fashion world where foliage, neo-futurism, colour blocking, geometrics and warm metals are becoming increasing sought after. There immaculately dressed dining display, completed with crystal clear glass accessories and silver table settings, created a well deserved buzz at the Harlequin foliage stand.
Villiers also displayed striking pieces in the Harlequin displays accompanied with fabrics, accessories and furniture pieces from renowned interior brands.
This included Andrew Martin’s Atlantis Cement wallpaper, Saint Louis and Zanetto products, which laid the finishing flourishes over the Harlequin stands at Decorex.
The breathtaking Mammoth Console and Omega mirror along with Brooklyn coffee table are now on display at the UBER Interiors showroom – straight from Decorex!
Villiers presented a second stand to the Decorex audience devoted to their new collection of interior and exterior sculptures. The Mercury Ball, finished with a stainless steel core, stood proudly next to the outstanding Revolution and Mother and Child Sculpture. These were showcased beautifully with the Villiers Crown wall art acting as a backdrop.
CTO Lighting’s stand was a draw for all manner of brass finishes. Their stunning triangular wall panel art, the Maya Wall Tile and Edging was a big hit with dark and light shading, as was the ever popular Bell pendant light taking centre stage.
Fabulous to see up close the British craftsmanship with lights like the Big Bulb Wall Light (shown in the distance) and the Ring Wall like in the foreground.
This is the second of our 3 reports on Decorex highlights. Read the final report to hear how Munna with Ginger & Jagger stole the show.