APRIL DIGEST – CREATIVE CONTINUITY DISCOVERY EDIT
Beautiful finds, names you might not know and some of our favourite small, independent brands. Everyone needs a helping hand at this time. Keep them on your radar – they’re really special.
1. GARDECO – REGINA MEDEIROS CERAMICS
Gardeco is such a great place to find unique pieces from lesser-known designers around the world. I really love this collection of ceramics by Brazilian artist Regina Medeiros – the shapes and details are really beautiful.
2. MARTIN HUXFORD STUDIO – LIGHTING
These guys design truly outstanding lighting fixtures. We recently used this Reflect light for our Academy Gardens project and not only did it look stunning, but the team were truly lovely to work with.
3. NAOMI PAUL – CROCHET LAMP
I love the versatility of this crochet lamp. Their style is consistently elegant and sustainable – I’m looking forward to using this piece in our upcoming Antigua project. Watch this space!
4. SILK-KA – FLOWERS FOR LIFE
Silk-ka are a Dutch company who hand-craft the most beautiful silk flower arrangements. I came across them at the Maison&Objet expo and fell in love with the vibrant colours and the creativity of their displays.
5. TIMOROUS BEASTIES
This design-led company makes the most exquisite and unique fabrics and wallpapers. Their creativity and mix of colours make for some really stunning pieces – definitely one to bookmark for when you’re looking to make a statement.
6. ABBOTT & BOYD
The range of different luxury fabrics available from A&B is huge and yet they all compliment each other so well. Their showroom is also well worth a visit – the displays make it delightfully easy to explore the colourways you are going for.
7. D’ARTS – LUXURY WALLPAPER
This brand designs the most beautiful bespoke printed wallpaper. Inspired by traditional Chinoiserie, each panel really gives the effect of being hand-painted. We worked with D’Arts on our recent Academy Gardens Project and were so thrilled with the results.
8. TOM FAULKNER – BESPOKE FURNITURE
From their studio in Wiltshire, Tom Faulkner’s team hand-make some of the most eye-catching bespoke furniture. Often simple forms are used to create the most beautiful pieces. This stool is from their new California-inspired ‘Papillon’ collection – definitely worth checking out.
9. TOM RAFFIELD – FURNITURE
The level of innovation and craftsmanship that goes into these pieces is really extraordinary. They use steam-bending to create incredible shapes (like this Amble Hanging Seat) and more importantly do all of this while keeping sustainability at the very heart of their work. Bravo.
10. DEIRDRE DYSON
These hand-crafted carpets and rugs really are works of art. I spotted this hand-knotted wool and silk rug from the ‘Slivers’ collection at an exhibition recently and can’t wait to find a home for it in a future project.
If you’d like to talk to Sarah and Rosie about an interior design project, don’t hesitate to get in touch, by email:
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