We recently visited an exciting new Stationery Show launched in Manchester UK; a sister show to the successful London Stationery Show held at the Business Design Centre in April (check out our LSS blog post review from earlier in the year). This month we saw the second specialist paper and writing product show held in the beautiful Victoria Warehouse building in Old Trafford.
This brand new event was designed to attract more visitors closer to the North of England and compliment with the timing of its elder sister. The venue was intimate, it felt friendly and inviting; the Victoria Warehouse is a historic, solid Mancunian landmark which has been developed into a modern, industrial chic space. Its exposed brick walls and huge repurposed spool tables gave an interesting and unique backdrop to some amazing stationery product.
For those of you who didn’t get chance to visit Melbourne for the Decor+Design Show this month… here is a look at what we had on display on the Trend Hub and also a round up of some exhibitor stands at the show.
This Color report includes the 4 key Design Trends presented at Decor + Design 2017; Melbourne Australia.
The book includes a brief explanation of each of the trends, the Scarlet Opus Trend Boards illustrating each trend’s interior style and also the Pantone referenced color palettes for each trend story.
Winter Desert, Tribe, Urban Planet and Roots.
A great way to help guide the design and marketing of your product in line with future trends. It is an inspirational document that outlines key themes and important color palettes for interiors moving forward in 2018. Inspiring guidance for everything interiors including retail merchandising, product sourcing, stationery, furniture, decor, tabletop, kitchen design, and much more.
We visited the Surface Design Show back in February, a show that exhibits the latest in design and innovation for both interior and exterior surface applications. From flooring to wallpapers, lighting, stoneware and much more, this years’ show was an inspiring experience, with impressive new sustainable materials and interactive design concepts.
In this post, we have reported on some of the key themes seen at this years 2017 Surface Design show, if you would like a more in-depth trend report or the latest interior trend report please do not hesitate to get in touch!
The creation of visitor features and experiences at Index Design Series was our task and you may have seen our previous post about the Urban Gallery of sustainability already. Another such feature, was our Textile Experience displaying a range of textile artistry (some might simply say “Interior Products”) created by designers from around the world. A collaboration with Hull artist Debi Keable created a stunning Lighting installation. These spaces, like the Design Hub Urban Gallery, reflected the theme of the show ‘Design for the Senses’ with the materials and techniques used employing high levels of tactility, immersive sound and striking visual effects.
Lets walk through the products that we carefully selected and imagined by some very accomplished artists/creators/designers were:Continue reading →
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