London Design Festival - Decorex International 2016

October 04, 2016
London Design Festival - Decorex International 2016

Established in 1978, Decorex International is an exclusive, world renowned interior design event that that invite’s the design community to source exquisite products and be inspired by pioneering design talent.

This trade-only show is firmly recognised among the international design community as the trusted resource for high-end interiors. Boasting luxurious and timeless pieces in the form of furniture, wall coverings, interior materials and finishes, lighting, and soft furnishings.

This show provides visitors with an unlimited amount of design ideas and inspiration, and showcases only the very best of design, craftsmanship, new technology and talent from the 400 companies exhibiting. Decorex is the crème de la crème of all the design fairs taking place throughout the festival.

It was almost impossible to narrow down, but we have! Below is our round up of the top 10 highlights from the show.


Traditional Scandinavian weaving techniques are the root of design for Angie’s vivid rug collection. Using time honoured traditional patterns that have a distinctive Scandi look, she has spent many years developing the geometric elements of these patterns and re-working them in bold contemporary colours to give them a refreshingly modern finish that’s vibrant and zesty!

Hand Woven Ru by Angie Parker Textiles


Luxury interiors Brand Boho and Co. has launched Angel and Boho with a collection of uniquely striking fabric and wallpaper designs depicting their love of flowers and reworked archive designs and artworks using nature as their subject.

Their Gorgeous Floralism print featuring overblown peonies and flowing tulips, interspersed with small flowers and insects, a hommage to centuries of wonderful Dutch still-life paintings featuring urns overflowing with armfuls of flowers.

Angel   Boho Floralism Moonlit


Brtistish / Dutch designer Caroline Van Dyke’s curious creatures are part of her new handmade textile taxidermy collection.

Made with an eclectic mix of vintage and modern fabrics and influenced by her love for colour, contrasts, layers, tactility and textures this designers work shouts out character and individuality!

Carol Van Dyke


Curiosa and Curiosa produce bespoke hand-blown lights designed and manufactured in the U.K. Using the centuries old technique of free-blowing without the use of moulds, every light is unique.

While their existing collection is unique, vibrant and colourful, their new collection Caravaggio and Cloak and Dagger launched at Decorex embraces moody, opulent autumn colours and darkened tones of Winter.

Curiosa   Curiosa


Designer’s Atelier’s kaleidoscopic collection creates a visually stunning impact that blurs the lines between art and design, drawing viewers into a psychedelic wonderland.

Created by designer Ewelina Mlynarek who recently completed an internship with Alexender McQueen, this intuitive, radical and dynamic design was inspired by Dame Zaha Hadid’s parabolic shapes which became a trade mark of her aesthetic. Ewelina playfully uses complex patterns and vivid colours reminiscent of a kaleidoscope which sees its bicentennial anniversary this year.

The exclusive spring/ summer collection of linen upholstery fabrics, velvet cushions, wallpapers, 100% silk scarves, dinnerware and artwork is digitally printed in the United Kingdom using the finest materials.

Designer s Atilier


Lumitrix represent a carefully curated gallery of images from 20 photographers from around the world, offering the best photographic talent at accessible prices. Their portfolio is fun, vibrant, eclectic and a little bit whimsical. Their collection even includes images shot in Australia. Some of their artists include Kate Holstein, Andre Wagner, Caroline Gibello and Tommy Clarke.

Lumitrix Tommy Clarke


Margo Selby is a brilliantly talented textile designer. Her studio produces exceptional quality fabrics, rugs, accessories and large scale woven panels for interiors.

Her collections range from highly decorative to indigenous such as American quilts and Japanese pattern.

Margo Selby Dog Star Throw


Naomi Paul is a London based multi-award winning textile design studio specialising in innovative artesian lighting solutions for interiors.

Her collection is distinguished by an exponential mathematical curve spun in 360 degrees and then hand crocheted by skilled craftswomen in London, using the studios signature fine double knit 100% Egyptian cotton.

Naomi Paul knittted lampshade Decorex


Susy Paisley is a conservation biologist and artist who combines science and art to create her collection of wall papers and fabrics.

Her designs tell stories of neglected and endangered species, and contribute towards the preservation of critical wild habitat. Collaborating with the World Land Trust, for every metre of fabric sold, 100 m2 of wild habitat will be preserved.

Newton Paisley Madidi  1


Since 2004 PINCH have been designing and make furniture and lighting that people love to live with. Their work celebrates simplicity of form, the purity of a good shape and one’s emotional connection with the materials around us. Indulging on detail, they do not compromise on materials, and as a result have been nominated for, and have won, design awards along the way.

Their beautiful newly launched ‘Frans Drinks Cabinet’ is a testament to that. Its design features white oiled oak with dark grey lacquer, peach tone mirror, warm L.E.D lighting, satin-copper lacquered work-surface and cast copper handles designed by PINCH. It’s divine!

Pinch FRANS DRINKS Cabinet

If you would like to learn more about Decorex International, visit Decorex 2017.