Despite ‘sustainability’ continuing to be a watchword in the industry, not every designer or client can truly deliver this in practice. Luxury items may overrule responsiblysourced products, left-over materials may be inevitable, or quite simply an eco-friendly scheme may not meet the practical needs of the user.

Yet for one interior design practice, green interior design is at the core of its business. Lori Dennis was brought up with an appreciation for conserving energy and making do with the resources she had available. Together with her passion for interiors, it was this mind-set that prompted her to start up her own sustainable design firm. To find out more about her recent projects and the biggest challenges in her career, turn to page 14.

Elsewhere in this issue, C.P. Hart explains how to incorporate a ‘spa feel’ in a bathroom setting, Modish Living advises on how to make best use of your clients’ gardens this autumn and Inex reviews a recent trip to Decospan’s headquarters whose products are distributed in the UK by James Latham.

I hope you enjoy this issue. Don’t forget, you can also access all of Inex’s features and product inspiration at your fingertips via the magazine’s state-of-the-art app. To download your version free of charge, simply search ‘Inex-online’ on the App Store or Google play.

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