September marked the month of the London Design Festival and this year we were very impressed! The Wickenden Hutley team was out in full force scouting new suppliers, collections and inspiration.
If you went along to some of the events, you would have definitely discovered some new favourites.. We certainly did!
The Decorex VIP lounge
If you were lucky enough to be invited to the Decorex VIP lounge, you would have also admired the work of the New Craftsmen. The Mayfair based company showcase British craftsmanship at its finest.
1. Baskets of the British Isles Installation
2. Table Pendant by Akiko Hirai and Claire Norcross
3. Floor cushions and Mattresses by Aimee Betts
4. Basket Maker Hilary Burns showing live demonstrations5. Lighting by Catarina Riccabona and Clair Norcross
For more information about the New Craftsmen, check out their website here
Barneby Gates is the brainchild of trend setters Vanessa Barneby and Alice Gates. With such an impressive background in the design industry it really is no wonder that their collections are making waves, they definitely caught our attention!
We love a fun wallpaper!
1. Horse Trellis
2. Marrakech Palm
4. The Dogs
Check out their full collection here
We have been fans of Ochre for a while now, but their new collection have set our love in stone. Worth a special mention is the Sable chair range. Beautifully made; the metal frame is clad in Italian saddle leather with hand sewn pinched seams and scalloped corner details. If you're looking for beautiful design focused on quality, Ochre is definitely worth a look..
2.) Sable Chairs around the Whippet Rectangular dining table
3.) Sable Stools
4.) Sable bar stools
For Ochre's full range click here
We love the contemporary range of luxury designs CTO Lighting has to offer. The pendant lighting in particular was beautiful!
2.) Moon Pendant
3.) Rayon Table
4.) Array Twin
5.) Glass Pendant
Check CTO Lighting's website out here
Wrong for Hay
Seen at Design Junction, Wrong for Hay caught our eye. Under the creative direction of Sebastian Wrong and in collaboration with Danish brand HAY, Wrong for Hay work with talented international designers who make furniture, lighting and accessories for the modern world. We couldn't be more impressed!
1. Hackney sofa in yellow
2. Thomas Jenkins Lens Box
3. Raw Rug
Link to the website is here
*All images have been sourced from the official company websites