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Antiques by Design


Stand A10 —


‘Antiques by Design’, one of the UK’s treasured hidden gems, is bringing it’s award-winning designs to an international audience, and will showcase an impressive collection at the highly anticipated Decorex International event. Frequented by top interior designers, the busy Antiques by Design workshop is tucked away in the rolling Essex countryside, and designer Guy Chenevix-Trench and his team have created an outstanding collection of over 1000 truly unique antiques, which now feature in high class interiors around the world, from hotels and restaurants to cruise ships. www.antiquesbydesign.co.uk


Cox London


Stand B61 —


Harlequin


Stand K324 —


This Autumn, Elstead will showcase their retro-contemporary collection of table lamps, floor lamps, chandeliers and wall lights from the Harlequin Lighting Collection brand. Harlequin, part of Walker Greenbank PLC, is world renowned for their quality fabrics and wallpapers. The team partnered with Elstead last year to create this unique collection. There are glass, ceramic and metal fittings adorned with beautiful textured and colourful Harlequin fabric shades. Featured is the simple but stylish Pop Orange ceramic table lamp, which is complemented with a Harlequin Juniper Oak fabric shade. www.elsteadlighting.com


Cox London design and make bespoke, handcrafted lighting and furniture in their London workshop. They also specialise in antique metalwork and glass restoration. Exhibiting at Decorex International for the first time, Cox London will unveil seven new products in their bespoke range that are highly sculpted and inspired by antiquity, nature, alchemy and the mythical plumed serpent. The new additions to the Cox London range include the Magma Chandelier, a large lost wax bronze and glass chandelier, which has taken nearly a year to sculpt and is available as a limited edition of ten. www.coxlondon.com


Hamilton Litestat Copper & Silk


Stand B73 —


Copper & Silk will be exhibiting our full range of lampshades and decorative lighting accessories in a selection of finishes, including contemporary card lined, hand pleated and tailored lampshades. On display will be a collection of modern shapes and feature lights complimented by traditional candle shades and opulent table designs. As a large manufacturer with decades of experience we are proud to offer our bespoke design department to consult with interior designers and other members of the trade in creating unique lights that suit the most prestigious of interiors. A member of staff will be happy to discuss designs during the show. www.copperandsilk.com


www.a1lightingmagazine.com


Stand J317 —


Switches, sockets and lighting controls manufacturer Hamilton Litestat will be showcasing its full selection of decorative electrical wiring accessories collections at this year’s Decorex. Products on display will include the crystal clear Perception CFX range, which features completely concealed fixings, allowing the wall covering to show through for a subtle, contemporary look. Visitors will also be able to view the best-selling Hartland CFX range, which comprises slim, minimalist plates available in a wide range of metal and glossy plastic finishes. www.hamilton-litestat.com


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