If you are looking for interior design inspiration you are spoilt for choice in London.
Every year that are numerous shows worthy of your and our attention too. We love to get out and see the latest ideas, materials and products we can include in designs for our clients.
I recently attended London Design Week with the interiors team from Granit and wow, did it impress this year. I took a lot of photos and you can see a handful of my favourites below.
We’re always happy to talk interior design so get in touch if you want some guidance. We sometimes take our clients around the many showrooms in London too, which is always a blast.
We loved the display from sustainable kitchen supplier Pluck Kitchens. Their work shows how designs can stay classy and timeless without infringing on our health and wellbeing.
Retaining natural materials whilst bringing in pops of colour is increasingly popular at the moment, with miss matching décor adding a sense of fun and personality
We were blown away by the quality of the finishes in this kitchen display. From the quality of craftsmanship to the flawless lighting design, and the combination of materials, colours and textures. All of these together make this a brand to remember. We will definitely be looking to specify one of their kitchens soon.
London Basin Co.
We have recently been in contact with this supplier for one of our projects so were very excited to see the products in real life. They really did not disappoint.
The handmade basins are a focal point for any bathroom; paired with one of their distinctive vanities we think this is a perfect way to make a bathroom completely unique.
West One Bathrooms featuring Ann Sacks Tiles and Kallista Sanitaryware
The lovely combination of materials and finishes, displays how more traditional bathroom elements can have a contemporary twist.
Their selection of unique tiles by Ann Sacks are a great way to make a statement in your bathroom space, and the handmade mosaic tiles were particularly impressive
The Haute Deco stand had an interesting display of out-of-the-ordinary handmade door handles, unique products made from glass, lacquers, various metals and hard wares.
We hope to use these on projects in the future to add a fun and interesting element
Sterling Studio’s range of bespoke textured surfaces offers a unique alternative to wallpaper. They are able to produce completely bespoke patterns, colours and textures to suit any interior style.
So there you have it, our highlights of interior design inspiration from this year’s London Design Week.
Looking for more inspiration? Why not check out our projects from the last 30 years of designing homes in London and beyond.