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Here, Inex takes you on a guided tour of AD ARCHITECTURE’s recently reimagined sleek design for a Chinese-based boutique store for designer clothing brand, TRONGYEE.

The owner of a charming Victorian station cottage in Ealing, West London, set an interesting challenge when they wanted a garden redesign with one eye on the resale potential of the property.

As the Founder of online vintage furniture marketplace Vinterior, Sandrine Zhang Ferron knows a thing or two about sourcing vintage accessories and antique furniture for interior schemes. As well as an extensive direct-to-consumer portfolio, the innovative brand is also known for its trade work on high-end hospitality and residential projects. Given her knowledge of pre-loved vintage furniture specifications, Inex talked to Sandrine to find out her top tips for going vintage when designing residential interiors.

The copper trend has taken over modern-day interiors in recent years, providing in-vogue aesthetics and a metallic definition to otherwise muted spaces. However, it’s not just the interior industry that’s witnessed a surge in copper popularity; jewellery, stationery, leading wearable technologies and even architectural building elements have adopted the on-trend look.

23 March 2020

A twisted classic

A new staircase has transformed the hallway in a stunning refurbished property into an open and welcoming space. Bisca’s unusual design features a striking balustrade with twisted uprights made in bronze, which cast a warm glow over the room.

Renowned Designer and TV Presenter Laurence Llewelyn-Bowen is thrilled to announce his collaboration with UK-based handcrafted furniture brand, Aspire. Taking inspiration from the white-hot ‘Hollywood Regency’ design trend, the Mayfair Lady is a brilliantly stylish bed with a distinct touch of Llewelyn-Bowen glamour.

Hardware is no longer defined by the way in which components simply help a space to function, writes Jashdip Kaur, Product Group Manager for Decorative Handles and Accessories at Häfele.

After graduating from Falmouth University with a degree in textile design, Nina Bailey was scouted for her first job at the New Designers exhibition in London to work for a prestigious flooring manufacturer in the Midlands, designing printed and tufted flooring products. Here, Nina – now the UK Design Manager at Formica Group – talks to us about her interior journey.

27 February 2020

Ideal Home Show 2020

27 March-13 April - Olympia, London

27 February 2020

London Design Week 2020

8-13 March - Design Centre, Chelsea Harbour, London

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