Our Story | July 2019

Decorex 2014

Wayne McMaster

September 2014

At the heart of the design community for over 37 years, luxury interior design show Decorex International remains in a league of its own. Returning to its founding venue at Syon Park it provides a feast for the eyes and emotions, always continuing to delight.

The entrance created a spectacular display combining Nigel Coates creating The Levee; Fromental and Russell Sage The Orgy; De Gournay designing The Marriage; Harlequin London and Martin Kemp The Gaming House; Shaun Clarkson creating The Prisonand Timorous Beasties and Retrouvious focusing on The Madhouse.

More on the Rakes Progress, unpacked click here.

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1  David Hunt Lighting and Marston & Langinger

Collaboration between one of the longest surviving Lighting Manufacturers in the UK, David Hunt Lighting and Marston and Langinger, creators of beautiful garden rooms. A very dramatic structure, allowing both collaborators to shine allbeing set off by M+L new paint range.



2  De Gournay and Drummonds Baths

Another design collaboration we loved was between luxury bath makers Drummonds and De Gournay specialising in exquisite hand painted wallpapers



3  Harlequin London

Another innovative stand this year by Harlequin London, hats off to their eye for detail and creative displays.


4 Savoir Beds

Product extensions take Savoir Beds into the pet world with their latest product launch. Also good to see their 'behind the scenes' approach to the making of their luxury beds.

Savoir Beds

Our style does not seek to dominate or dictate but we hope instead thoroughly and resonantly engages. - See more at: http://www.decorex.com/Exhibitor/PINCH#sthash.5VX7vIcV.dpuf

Savoir Beds


6 Tom Faulkner

Beauty and elegance are ever present in the latest product launch from Tom Faulkner with his new Vienna Chair

Tom Faulker


5  Baroncelli

Satin gold, very on trend, as we fly free from the recession, delights the eyes. Baroncelli are known for their Murano glass crystal, seen here as Crystallo rods.



7  Pinch

Pinch's style looks to engage, quietly, thoroughly, without dominating. A sensitive display, reflective of their graceful and timeless style.



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