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Elite Stone

Elite Stone

Elite Stone, the luxury Italian marble and onyx company founded by Tetyana Kovalenko in 2000, launches a London showroom this June.

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Nina Campbell

Nina Campbell

This photograph from Simon Brown show the contemporary yet classic mix displayed in Nina’s own home that is so true to her interior design beliefs. The pops of colour such as the acid yellow Ralph chair mixed with the ombre lacquered turquoise walls in the hall behind make for quite an impact. Entertaining is one of Nina’s passions so little odd seating areas and small tables are always popular so that the maximum amount of people can fit in and be comfortable.

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Aiveen Daly

Aiveen Daly

Aiveen Daly, once a savvy marketer who turned her creative hand to luxury furniture upholstery, has just celebrated 10 years in the industry. In the early days her bespoke tailoring and signature style quickly made a name for her, full of haute couture inspiration and subtle glamour. Now 10 years on, the studio has discreetly become the little black book favourite, designing and making for the world’s most exclusive interiors projects. Aiveen demonstrates British innovation at its best..

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Volta Ceilings

Volta Ceilings

Volta is a craft collaboration between two high-profile Belgian artists, Eddy Dankers and Thierry Thenaers, who have marked the rediscovery of an almost lost form of interior decoration; painted canvas ceilings.   First seen in classical Greece, painting scenes on fabric became an increasingly refined art, direct ancestor of the illusionist ceilings of Renaissance, Baroque and Rococo times. In the theatre too, painted canvas has always been a medium of magical illusion. As a bespoke art...

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Abigail Edwards

Abigail Edwards

Designer, artist and renowned stylist Abigail Edwards has turned her attention to fabric and wallpaper design and has just launched her first collections. Abigail began her career studying fine art at Wimbledon School of Art in London and the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris, but it was while completing internships at art galleries in New York that a passion for interiors took over and she returned to London in 1999 to style shoots for magazines. With a love of texture and simplicity...

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George Winks

George Winks

Rising young star of British furniture design George Winks founded Temper Studio in 2013.  His design aesthetic is influence by both traditional and modern construction techniques, from the complexity and precision of Japanese joinery to the modest beauty of the Shaker movement. His Beam Table explores what George calls “symbolic friction” between structural elements: in this case English Oak and cast concrete, fitted together like a spine to create a piece which is rich in material...

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Berni Raeside

Berni Raeside

A childhood of long summers spent by the sea, rivers and mountains around Ireland was the inspiration for Berni Raeside’s knitted digitally printed work. Berni – one of six siblings born on the northside in Killester who grew up in the family home in Drimnagh, Dublin - spent most of her early summers in Greenane, Co Wicklow, the county aptly known as the Garden of Ireland.  Her mother taught her to knit at around the age of five – part of the heritage passed on to most Irish girls..

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Justine Asprey

Justine Asprey

Justine Asprey is a London-based sculptor with a background in animation. Her portrait busts of leading contemporary artists and private clients combine vibrant modernity with classical traditions, which brilliantly evoking the spirit of the sitter thanks to Justine’s flair for creating a special rapport with every client. Every commission involves a process of close and continual collaboration between Justine and her subject. A unique feature of Justine’s work is the incredible range...

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Roger Oates

Roger Oates

It was the discovery of an historic flatweave sample over 25 years ago that inspired Roger Oates and Fay his wife and design partner, to use their respective textile training backgrounds and focus on reinventing, designing and producing this very specific type of floorcovering for the 21st century...

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Peter Mikic

Peter Mikic

Peter Mikic is a London-based interior and furniture designer working with mid-century antiques and contemporary art.  Peter studied fashion at the Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology and after moving to London worked in fashion for 15 years before moving into interiors. Commended for his “ultra stylish, subtly coloured interiors featuring sharp tailoring and beautifully chose art” he has recently been named one of the UK’s top 100 leading interior designers...

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Blainey North

Blainey North

Blainey North has always been fascinated with buildings, from an early age, it was to be her destiny. This preoccupation combined with her obsession for high fashion, and runway look books, has developed into an award winning design practice, that creates classic yet modern, bespoke couture interiors. Educated in England, North went on to study architecture at Sydney University and now runs a thriving interior design practice in Sydney counting Nicole Kidman and Russell Crowe...

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Ghizlan el Glaoui

Ghizlan el Glaoui

“Mosaics are part of my family’s legacy,” says artist, Ghizlan El Glaoui. “They are in my mind when I paint, bringing me back to my roots and the art, culture of colours of Morocco.” The granddaughter of Thani el Mezouari el Glaoui, the last Pasha of Marrakech, Ghizlan draws on her rich Berber heritage to explore mosaics through clever paint techniques. She uses ‘the golden ratio’ a geometrical method often employed in fresco art to capture the essence of her subjects through...

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Sera Hersham-Loftus

Sera Hersham-Loftus

Sera Hersham-Loftus aka ‘Madame Sera’ is an established London based interior decorator who designs beautifully romantic interiors and bespoke home accessories. Her latest venture is the ‘Jezebelle collection’, a range of exquisite lampshades. Crafted with lingerie lace, vintage fabrics, ribbons and braids and embellished with glass tear drops from antique chandeliers, these beautiful handmade creations characterise the edgy glamour that Sera’s schemes have become known for...

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