Decorex 2018 saw us launch the new Handblock Designs and show the complete JET Collection as developed from our debut in 2017.
The stand was papered in both the Bees – Putty and Gold design and the Pine Gold Design and incorporated within the overall design many components to help display the whole Collection.
We list and THANK here all those who helped make this a busy and successful Decorex 2018.
Firstly and most importantly, the many visitors to our stand and those, who kept us so busy afterwards sending out requested samples.
Guy Goodfellow, last minute fellow exhibitors and our landlords, for allowing us temporarily to empty our London showroom space of the fabric display samples
Colchester Lister and especially Gary White for their huge skill in making the wallpaper look so good and solid on the wobbly walls of the stand.
Emma Barlow for allowing us to benefit from her cheerfulness, experience and skill during the build, keeping all calm on the stand during the show and then dismantling on completion as well as helping make so many of the cushions, which help show the fabric in use.
Sarah McKay of Capeprivate for the Roman blinds in Tree Bough linen.
Ursula Falconer for her imagination and skill deployed in creating the Lambrequin windows and decorated brown paper skirtings and cornice.
Katerina Gibb for her skill in creating and upholstering so beautifully the two banquettes in Queen Anne’s Lace Gold Velvet and the two chairs in Patchwork 2
Harris and Jones for our new pattern books and storage boxes
Luke Irwin for the silk and wool rug in an upscale of the Pine Design
Brownrigg for the central and very heavy marble topped table
Retrouvius for the V & A Museum Steps used for display and shelf support and the reclaimed display lights and old school stools
Petersham Nurseries for the planter and plants