The Dutch Pavilion at London Design Fair was one of my biggest highlights.

Dutch Invertuals showcased a glimpse into the future of design with their new exhibition ‘Harvest’. 

I am a big fan of the experimental design style, and with the focus on Efficiency and self-sufficiency this ticked all the boxes for me, plus look at that colour pallet… Divine! 


Bicoca – The new independent, cordless lamp from Marset 

As a stylist, this concept is a dream, because there is no cord to consider when creating sets. The big bonus for me though, it comes in Yellow!


Designed by Alexander Lervik & Produced by Saas Instruments

I loved the concept of this stand at London Design Fair. A collaboration between artists and makers. 


The Bon Daybed by Adea Collection.

As a fan of daybeds, I was delighted to see that their 2017 collection features the Bon Daybed, a strong architectural element in any room thanks to its strict lines & strong material choices.


The Yolk puzzle rug by Alex Proba is a beautiful combination of my favourite colours, a playful element to introduce fun in to a classic home. 

This innovative Aerial fabric composition stand, showcasing upholstery fabrics by Eleanor Pritchard immediately caught my eye. 


Kana create the most beautiful and unique stoneware, that is food safe glazed, made from durable materials & suitable for use in the oven & dish washer.

Kana’s unique mixture of clays left me wanting to buy each and every piece on display. My favourites though, have to be the jars.

Tea & Coffee jars from the concrete collection by Havelock Studio.

Jack is a woodwork and concrete designer & maker producing the most beautiful, impeccably made pieces. 

Wall coverings / Surfaces

Ober Surfaces offer the most innovative design styles for interior surfaces with an ecological responsibility. Their stand displayed these options perfectly.

After a lot of walking (and a lot of coffee), it is fair to say that my feet deserved a well earned rest after a long few days at London Design Week.