I had a very enjoyable day at this years Decorex exhibition. This year it was based in Syon Park, a new venue for the exhibition, but still doing what Decorex does best, showing off what’s new in luxury, showcasing beautiful products and talented designers. As their new location was so far out of central London they also laid on a free shuttle bus from Richmond Station and Osterley Station too which was a lovely touch, I thought.

The exhibitors and their stands were immaculately turned out as you would expect from a luxury show. The white marquee was epic, even the toilets were stunning, not a port-a-loo in sight!

Rather than talking about every single stand I loved (there were A LOT) I thought I would pick out a few that really turned my head.

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One product that really spoke out to me this year were the baths. I was ore struck by the beautiful types I saw this year, I would happily put them in any home. Some of the selections are below, but there were so many. Flooring, wall coverings and lighting really stood out too, from marble slabs, ceramic tiles to rustic wooden floors. Ted Todd Hardwood Floors showed some stunning items too.

Mineheart displayed some gorgeous wallpapers that you really could put anywhere. I quite fancy the ‘books on shelves’ for our cloakroom.Copy of Copy of Copy of Copy of Copy of Copy of Copy of post insert

Bethan Gray‘s stand was my favourite for the display itself. Simple, but spoke volumes about its style and luxury. I loved the colours and such wonderful items.
For my last piece I thought I should show a real show stopper! And what a show stopper it is! These pieces are made from Porcelain, yep, PORCELAIN! Katherine Morling is my fav design piece from Decorex 2015. So so beautiful, there are no other words.

 

 

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