Decorex London showing the latest lighting products
Decorex didn’t fail to thrill this year with some wonderful new lighting pieces that brought me up to date with glorious new products on the market. Here are some of my favourites.
Tamasine Osher Design was launched in 2011 at the London Design Festival. I love the shape and warmth of these lights with each piece being totally unique and accentuating the warmth and texture of the wood. This stand created an enormous amount of interest which Tamasine totally deserves.
Beautiful shapes and totally individual. Coralie Beauchamp creates these structural pendant lights out of fibre glass and carbon braiding which is then laminated by hand with epoxy resin. I adore the balance of the shapes and the understated elegance of them. She also designs some fabulous table lamps – one of which sits proudly on President Macron’s desk.
I’ve been a fan of Pinch Design for years – they just seem to get it right! The only problem is they don’t come cheap. I love these lights but I didn’t enquire about the price. May I will in the future though…
Finally the whimsical with porcelain pieces designed by Ula Saniawa. All individual and unique.
It always helps to go to these design shows to keep up to date with the latest designs and styles coming onto the market and I hold onto the catalogue as a bible.