The World Of Hospitality Issue 12 2015 - Page 122

122 the World Of Hospitality Decorex internations 2015 Decorex International 2015 Decorex, the UK’s only design and interiors fair for the luxury high-end market, returns to the historic grounds of Syon Park this September (20-23), opening the annual London Design Festival. Over the course of four days, visitors to the show will have the opportunity to see new collections from more than 400 exhibitors, showcasing the latest designs spanning an unrivalled range of products from furniture, lighting, fabrics, wallpapers and decorative accessories to flooring, kitchens, bathrooms, tableware and bedding. New exhibitors to the show this year include: 17 Patterns, who will launch its debut wallpaper collection co-created by a selection of predominantly British artists/designers and based on geometric; Art Deco, animal and natural themes; Posh Trading Company, providers of a variety of goods ranging from homeware, gifts, to art and accessories; INSIDHERLAND, who will show its exclusive handcrafted furniture, and Sian Zeng, who will exhibit its imaginative wallpapers and interior accessories. Returning brands to Decorex this year include: British paint company, Little Greene, who will be launching ‘Blue’, a capsule collection of trend-setting paint shades and new coordinating 20th Century wallpapers; Ochre who will present new additions including the Sable stool and Willow dining table; Blackpop who will launch its collection of wallpaper and fabric designs ‘The Tudors – Deconstructed’ in response to the National Portrait Gallery’s renowned collection of Tudor paintings and William Holland, who will present handcrafted, freestanding copper baths. In celebration of this year’s show theme – the Future of Luxury – an interactive area entitled ‘Making Luxury’, will highlight the skill and craftsmanship behind luxury products in four installations, while exciting projects in collaboration with Material Lab, Bert & May Spaces and Hattie Fox are also not to be missed. Other highlights include the champagne bar; this year designed by renowned interior designer Russell Sage, and Future Heritage. Following the success of Future Heritage in 2014, this acclaimed feature area returns this year with design and applied arts critic Corinne Julius exploring materia ƗG