A design palette ready to pop at London Design Week

The event provided a hint of what’s going to be hot in the world of interiors next year

2nd October, 2016
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New York Stories by Jim Thompson

This year’s London Design Week proved to be an inspirational event for anyone interested in how we will all be decorating our homes over the next year. The location for the event, the Chelsea Harbour Design Centre, housed a huge mix of companies, most of which launched new collections designed with colour and texture at the forefront.

Decorex, an exhibition held on the grounds of the beautiful Syon Park stately home, was crammed...

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