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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
AS THE UK’s largest trading event, this years Birmingham Interiors Show needed to prove itself after last years poor performance echoed the damaging effect the recession had on the interior industry. It had definitely improved with less pine this year however, I couldn’t help but feel the lack of cutting edge content. Continue reading
Check out these fantastic designs created by the UK’s up and coming designers!
If your fortunate enough to have an active social life and often find yourself scouring for extra chairs every time you throw a dinner party, this innovative design could be just up your street. Created by Scandinavian designer Hans Edbald, the “Stockholm wall chair” can be mounted on a wall (as the name suggests), folded up for space-saving or down to sit on. Made from aluminium, this chair is very cool and sleek, but if you want to add more comfort, you can opt for a reindeer leather cover for £95. It retails on www.notonthehighstreet.com for £215.
PACKED FULL of quirky interiors, gifts and homeware which is exclusive to the web notfoundonthehighstreet.com is the place to be if you want something nobody else has. The simplicity of the layout makes it very user-friendly, you can search by personality, theme, room or occasion to quickly find an abundance of products screaming at you to buy. The products on the site can’t be purchased in store like the cult Stamp rug, or Stockholm wall chair, which is the site’s unique selling point. Continue reading
Stamp that on your wall!
Famously featured on Alan Carr’s chatty man and exhibited at this years Birmingham Interiors Show, this range of Royal Mail stamp rugs are becoming the new craze. Depicting Queen Elizabeth’s head and made in a variety of colours, the rugs can be laid on the floor or mounted on a wall for maximum effect. They are made from 100% New Zealand wool and hand-woven in Nepal. Ranging from small to large sizes the rugs start off at £695 up to £4350.
This handy little tool has an abundance of usages it can be wall mounted, table mounted or free-standing! It’s a cool new device created by Tom Ball Hatchet and displayed in The Designers Block at this years Birmingham Interiors show. Designed for mainly businesses, museums or art gallery’s the “Bouncepad” is fun and smart, but it’s durability and flexible functions mean you can have this handy tool anywhere you like.
Tom also created a really cool cooking website with a unique twist. With over 2000 hits a day and growing, “Recipe look” holds hundreds of recipes uploaded by cooking enthusiasts in the form of drawings or pictures. The website is fantastic for those who prefer a more visual explanation of how to cook a meal. So if you fancy contributing to the virtual cooking book visit www.recipelook.co.uk.
Have a look at how the Bouncepad works!!!