Meet the Showroom: Tigermoth Lighting
Tigermoth Lighting has opened a showroom in Design Centre East: founder Harriet Daniels talks about the brand's strengths, what to expect from the showroom, and the industry-favourite chandelier that "our interior designer clients specify over and over".
Kieffer’s New Direction
Superstar Italian design studio Formafantasma has revealed its first work as creative director of Kieffer, Rubelli's "most experimental brand",
Textiles in a Trice
Galbraith & Paul 's sought-after block-printed textiles are now available in digitally printed versions with a much shorter lead time: welcome to Ready to Wear.
Kit Kemp's collaboration with Andrew Martin has been extended, with two new whimsical wallcoverings, plus more colourways for a well-loved classic.
Meet the Showroom: Forbes & Lomax
You'll know Forbes & Lomax for its 'Invisible Lightswitch' with its clear Perspex plate, but the company is about more than a single product. As it opens a new showroom in Design Centre East, the brand's Gemma Moulton explains below how they got here, and what's next.
Folklore and Artistry
Steeped in folklore and storytelling – and bold pattern and colour – Minnie Kemp's wallcoverings for MindTheGap represent the first time that the Transylvanian brand has worked with an external creative to realise a collection.
The work of French interior designer François-Joseph Graf, new Chelsea hotel One Sloane is steeped in British craftsmanship – including intricate Arts & Crafts-style lighting, faithfully recreated by Collier Webb.
Meet the Showroom: Loom Furniture
Loom Furniture's ethos is deliver the uniqueness of a bespoke design in a made-to-order product. Read on to hear more about the brand, a newcomer to Design Centre East, from its director Jake Horne.
Weitzner’s Forest Bathing collection (available from Altfield) includes these delicately beautiful paper tiles for the wall, a marriage of artisanal technique and innovation.
Meet the Showroom: Osborne & Little
Decorating giant Osborne & Little may need little introduction to the Design Centre's audience, but that won't stop the big fanfare in its honour as it opens its new showroom. Read on to find out what founder Sir Peter Osborne has to say about the new space in the Centre Dome and why it's so important to come and see …
Here Comes The Sun
Visionnaire's work aboard 89m private yacht Here Comes The Sun is like a shot of pure Vitamin D. The Italian brand has spearheaded the interior design across the yacht, filling every room with striking furniture that never once competes too harshly with the main attraction of the incredible seascapes.
The Well-travelled Home
Some of the most inspirational and imaginative homes belong to well-travelled collectors – a spirit that Travers channels in its Voyager collection.
Take a journey through some of the world's driest – and most spectacular – climates with Arte's Desert Dreams wallcovering collections
Ahead by a neck
Classic men's tailoring has inspired many fabrics for interiors, but Lelièvre Paris' Big Tie collection might be the first time that the humble necktie has been elevated in this way.
Design stories from WOW!house 2023
WOW!house 2023 was absolutely packed with stories, but they were too much to take in on one visit. Here are some of the design details you may have missed...
Larger Than Life
Devon, Anna French's latest fabric and wallcovering collection, features traditional English country-house motifs made bolder by daring scale and colour.
You Saw It Here First…
WOW!house 2023's rooms revealed some common design threads that act a barometer of what's coming next in interiors. From the colour of the moment to the art of trompe l'oeil and some fantastic flooring, here are just a few ideas to take away.
A Shared Creativity
The vibrant porcelain of Italian brand Ginori 1735 has been translated into a capsule collection of four exuberant fabrics by Rubelli.
Saving Savoir Faire
Visit the redesigned Pierre Frey showroom to discover a space dedicated to its latest brand acquisition, Thorp of London – the storied British design company known for its expertise in hand screen-printing.
Bannenberg & Rowell is a name synonymous with superyacht design – so who better to design Sutherland's latest high-performance furniture than this esteemed British design studio?
Beauty and Utility
"Wherever nature works, there will be beauty," wrote William Morris. Now, a new collection of outdoor performance fabrics bring even closer together Morris' original designs and the nature that inspired them.
Savour the Summer
From cocktails to salads and to a scoop of sorbet, Design Centre, Chelsea Harbour has summer dining sorted, including a new menu at Design Restaurant by Social Pantry.
Ride the Wave
Antique Modern Mix has added curvaceous birch plywood furniture to its portfolio, complementing the showroom's beautiful 20th-century pieces
Hit the Beach
Phillip Jeffries' 'Harbour Hemp' wallcovering was inspired by bleached boardwalks, and is part of a wider collection for summer that evokes days beside the sea and sand.
For the Love of the Wild
Ardmore's Thanda fabric collection is a celebration of a marriage as well as an artistic appreciation of South Africa's flora and fauna.
Stitched in Time
"We are kindred spirits" says Maddux Creative's Jo Le Gleud about Samuel & Sons. The interior design studio and trimmings company have collaborated a new collection that taps into Le Gleud's roots in embroidery and textile design.
Conversations in Craft
“A frisson of functionality that offers something a painting can’t”: makers, designers, gallerists and collectors came together to talk about craft at Artefact, Design Centre, Chelsea Harbour’s contemporary craft fair.
The Power of Attraction
Pavoni's deceptively simple magnetic system for its fabulous quality leathers is a new way to create statement-making leather-panelled walls.
Meet the Showroom: Wendy Morrison Design
With a new showroom that one visitor described as "a joyful little jewel", Wendy Morrison has created an irresistible evocation of her world of rugs, fabrics and wallcoverings in Design Centre East. Find out more about the showroom – and how she creates "art for the floor" – here.
Having paired up together on the Library at last year's WOW!house at Design Centre, Chelsea Harbour, Julian Chichester and interior design practice Turner Pocock have extended their relationship further with a collaborative collection.