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Decorex Exhibition 2015

Decorex 2015

Decorex International 2015 held at Syon Park London certainly didn’t disappoint this year. In fact, the show seems to get better and better. Full of inspirational British and International design, it was good to meet up with clients and also discover new and exciting products and finishes which will be seen in interior settings in the coming months.

This year there were some fantastic interactive installations on display. We were able to watch De Gournay’s artists as they hand-painted designs onto gilded wallpaper. It was mesmerising to watch such talented craftspeople in action! Alongside the traditional crafts there were examples blending modern technology with timeless techniques. Volta’s painters created stunning ceilings using virtual reality!

The Future Heritage area was particularly inspiring. On display was a showcase of new works by a select group of talented British craftspeople. The beautiful pieces on display are the hottest luxury collectibles in contemporary British design. The pieces truly pushed the boundaries of design and making in ceramic, metal, textiles, wood and plastic. It was a great experience to chat to the artists and discuss their inspirations and processes.

It’s hard to say what were our favourite stands but these are a few that stood out this year…

Rinat is a London based designer specialising in sculptural lighting, fine are sculptures and decorative objects. Rinat places a strong emphasis on the challenging processes of fabrication.

Rinat Goldwater

Rinat is a London-based designer specialising in sculptural lighting, fine art sculptures and decorative objects. Rinat places a strong emphasis on the challenging processes of fabrication.


Blackpop takes their inspiration from the rich tapestry of the past. Their designs focus on creating classic and contemporary wallpapers and fabrics. A worthy winner of best new product.



Armourcoat are a leading manufacturer of decorative plaster innovative surface finished and sculptural effects. We loved their centrepiece gilded wall!

Chenbo Shi

Chenbo is an up and coming furniture designer from China. His work uses authentic Chinese Materials such as rice paper to create stunning effects.


Todd Knights

Todd Knights specialise in hand-made and hand-finished finials and curtain poles. This year they introduced their lovely new range of wall lamps.

David Harber

Their centrepiece this year was entitled Mantle. A verdigris bronze sphere lined internally with 23.5 carat gold leaf to mimic the Earth’s molten core.


Cox of London

Nicola and Chris Cox, both talented sculptors create timeless pieces of furniture and lighting using a variety of interesting materials.


International art consultancy and studios creating bespoke and made to order art. This was Quintessa’s 26th year exhibiting in Decorex and their stand was stunning as always.


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