Decorex will return to the historic Syon Park from September 16 to 19. Once again, the show will open London Design Festival as one of its five key Design Destinations. The 41st edition will host more than 400 exhibitors from up-and-coming brands to the most established names showcasing the latest in luxury design.
Decorex offers a qualified audience of more than 14,000, including interior designers, manufacturers and buyers, the opportunity to explore the latest products and services.
Established names returning this year includes: Sebastian Cox, Nicholas Haslam, Amy Kent, Drummonds Bathrooms, Curiousa & Curiousa, Beaumont & Fletcher, Knots Rugs, Villaverde, Pooky Lighting, Lasvit UK, Prestigious Textiles, Genevieve Bennett, Harrison Spinks Beds, Riviere and Watts of Westminster.
Gilly Nicolson, who offers contemporary, bespoke bedlinen favoured by designers such as Turner Pocock and Fiona Barratt Interiors exhibits for the first time this year. Also new to the show is emerging brand The Monkey Puzzle Tree, which will unveil wallpapers and fabric prints, designed in collaboration with British artists. Camilla Thomas Textiles, another first-time exhibitor, will bring a new collection of handwoven textiles.
Back for the second year, following a successful 2017, is ceramic design studio, Fenella Elms, which designs bespoke, wall mounted, porcelain sculptures. Also returning is Scottish-based studio Faolchú, with exceptionally crafted new furniture.
This year international exhibitors from more than countries will take part. Danish-based lighting brand EBB & FLOW will show new collections, including the mouth-blown Horizon pendant, a new collection of fabric lampshades and the jewellery inspired Smykke pendant lamp. Alma De Luce from Portugal will show a selection of its new furniture designs.
Other names to look out for include A Rum Fellow, with its collection of textiles designed in collaboration with indigenous artisans from around the world. Lindsay Alker Fabrics & Wallpaper will be showing a new collection of folk art and historic samplers inspired designs. Another highlight is Blackpop’s new fabric and wallpaper collection under license with Sir John Soane Museum.