When it comes to home decoration, the Ideal Home Show is one of the largest events in the UK, offering homeowners the latest on-trend inspiration and DIY advice. For those who haven’t made it down to the show, we’ve highlighted a few of our favorite bits for you.
We are excited to announce the rebrand of flooring expert Kersaint Cobb. As a market leader, the brand offers a wide variety of floorcoverings that combine design innovation with quality natural materials. The hills of New Zealand, the beaches of India, the forests of Asia, the deserts of Africa and South America; these are just some of the places where the story of Kersaint Cobb’s beautiful natural floorcovering range begins.
The re-opening of the Hayward Gallery at the Southbank Centre was long-awaited and greatly anticipated by art lovers and industry experts alike. With its brutalist architecture and provocative exhibitions, the renowned contemporary arts gallery previously hosted work from adventurous and influential artists from around the world, so we were confident the first show to mark its reopening would be worth investigating. Have a read of our review of the exhibition.
There is only one reason for boarding the Eurostar at first light on a grey Monday morning: Maison et Objet. The design fair in Paris is an international showcase for home interiors – including big powerhouse brands and small emerging designers who want to get in front of buyers, editors and those working in the design industry.
Devon based company Weaver Green was created with the primary aim of offering recycled yet stylish products to the environmentally conscious consumer. We are thrilled to announce Hillgate has been appointed to handle the consumer PR
Keen to check out Houzz’s interiors trend predictions for the year ahead, we headed over to the Houzz of 2018 pop-up in the heart of Soho, and what a delight it was! Designed and styled by Houzz along with interior design studio Run For The Hills, the five-storey townhouse has been transformed into a haven bursting with inspiration.
Set up in 1982, The Manna Society has been caring and providing food for homeless and disadvantaged people in the London Bridge area for nearly forty years. We are thrilled to be a part of such a worthwhile cause.