Category Archives: Exhibitions
Congratulations to Osborne & Little on 50 years of bold wallpaper and fabric design. According to CEO and founder Sir Peter Osborne, back in 1968 there was …’no designer wallpaper – just a lot of awful, porridge-coloured stuff’.
If you like Art Nouveau and are a fan of Charles Rennie Mackintosh, the centenary exhibition at the only house he designed in England, 78 Derngate, Northampton, runs until 29th April and is well worth a visit.
If designer fabric and bespoke furnishings are the haute-couture of interiors, then lighting is definitely the jewellery. When well thought-through and correctly placed, the use of statement pieces will give a room the wow factor and never more so than at Christmas…
How about this for an insight into the elite design world of the twentieth century?… The life of celebrated photographer and award-winning theatre, interior and costume designer, Sir Cecil Beaton, is captured in a new free exhibition at Colefax & Fowler’s famous … Continue reading
The fantastic early May bank holiday weather has well and truly put me in the mood for summer, and I wanted to share some summery finds by way of inspiration for fresh and relaxed interiors…
Looking for a bank holiday treat? The Spring 2014 Decorative Fair, is being held in Battersea Park, just over the Thames from Sloane Square and Knightsbridge, and is ‘ fun, fashionable and particularly well-known as an excellent source of painted furniture, Gustavian … Continue reading