Nottingham based Artist and Designer Sarah Turner, is causing a storm in the interior design world with her eco-friendly lighting designs. From her studio in the heart of Nottingham, Sarah uses old plastic bottles discarded from the city’s cafes and transforms them into eclectic pieces.
So far she’s been commissioned by the likes of SodaStream, London Fashion Week, Twitter, the Ideal Home Show and recently secured a place in the final of this years Philips lighting competition.
Read her exciting interview with The Design Hub and find out how Sarah’s made such an impact within the design world and what’s in store for her next! Continue reading
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Sustainable interiors lead the way
I discovered Sarah Turner at this years Birmingham Interiors Show in The Designers Block and loved her approach to sustainable interior designs. She specialises in eco-friendly art and design and has created a collection of lamps and lights sourced from cast away plastic bottles.
Handmade, the pieces are delicate and beautiful as they hand perfectly from the ceiling. She is expected to exhibit her collection at this years London Fashion Week and the prestigious Ideal Homes Show in March at London’s Earl Court.
WITH ALL THIS cold weather and prices of pretty much everything sky rocketing, we need something to look forward too and brighten our spirits. So just for you interior design junkies,you can start getting excited as largest consumer home event returns to London’s Earls Court this March. Continue reading
AFTER TRAIPSING through a maze of modern and high-end interiors at this years Birmingham Interiors Show, it all started to become like a buffet table at your Nan’s 70th. You know, garlic bread, canapes and cheesecake repeated over and over. There wasn’t anything which was different or hooked me in, until I stumbled across The Designers Block tucked away in the corner of hall 2. Continue reading