Leading Italian design brand Seletti (stand E40) will be launching their Hybrid Collection at HOME. A series of plates, bowls, mugs and cups and saucers, this quirky and colourful collection illustrates the juxtaposition of Eastern and Western porcelain in one piece.
HOME is the first and foremost interiors event of the new calendar, opening 15th – 17th January 2012. Register now at www.home-london.net to ensure you are the first to see and select standout products for the new buying season, many of which are making their worldwide debut at Home.
Offering a wide range of stunning classic, contemporary and ‘Homegrown’ British designed furniture, lighting and interior accessories. The event will be divided into three distinctive sections representing the cream of each of these sectors.
In the Modern Home section, visitors will discover the very latest in contemporary interior products. Modern Home will house both the well-established design companies alongside younger boutique brands.
One company taking centre stage in the Modern Home section will be 95% (stand D30). They will be showcasing new products from both their contemporary brands; 95% Danish and 95% Dutch. One of the shows most exciting and exclusive launches will come courtesy of 95% Dutch with their worldwide launch of Blue D1653 (stand F22), the new contemporary brand from the Traditional Dutch porcelain company Royal Delft who will be sharing a stand with Royal VKB. 95% will also be presenting new products from Ferm Living, &tradition, Eva Solo and Kvadrat.
Pad Home (stand E42) will be bringing some key brands to HOME: the award winning furniture brand Flux; Leff Amsterdam who will be launching no less than 54 wall clock designs and hip Dutch designer Piet Hein Eek and his amazing scrapwood wallpaper.
Other big names not to miss launching new product include Stelton, Alessi, LSA, International Sagaform , Jonathan Alder and The New English.
There is much to see and be inspired by at HOME. As well as the established global brands there will be an abundance of talent and new offerings from the UK’s accomplished brands and freshly discovered independents.
Ceramic designer Alison Appleton (stand F45), whose work has sold all over the world through retailers such as John Lewis, Harrods, Marks & Spencer, Anthropologie and Zara Home, will launch the Alison Appleton Collection of delicate, beautifully crafted dinnerware at HOME.
Authentics (stand E20) continue to collaborate with a select group of young British designers, developing compelling products that are helping to build the reputation of a new generation of British design across the world. At HOME Authentics will be showcasing two new designers; Alex Bradley, winner of Homes & Gardens Young Designer of the Year 2011 award and Harry Allnatt a discovery from this years New Designers exhibition. Another company pioneering the cream of emerging new designers is 5ml Design Collective (stand J24) who will be introducing a new eclectic ensemble of interior led products from British and European design independents.
Contemporary retro is a strong emerging theme amongst designers at HOME. Clare Nicolson (stand B60) will be launching her new collection of digitally printed interior textiles and accessories; striking designs that incorporate vintage fabrics with bold graphics.
Interiors brand Mini Moderns (stand J41) will be exhibiting their latest wallpaper designed in collaboration with artist Rob Ryan. Michelle Mason (stand C53) will show her exciting collaboration with Decca’s heritage music label, which features a new collection of cushions and ceramic tableware, which has recently been snapped up by Paul Smith.
To ensure you see all these new product launches and countless others at the first opportunity register now for HOME at www.home-london.net