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Interiors UK 2014


We talk to some of the exhibitors at the 2014 Interiors UK event!


Hamilton Litestat


Hamilton Litestat, decorative electrical wiring accessories specialist and lighting control and multi-room audio systems manufacturer, is returning to the Interiors UK exhibition with its latest releases and is set to unveil an all new, inspirational and ‘intuitive to use’ website. As interior styles and lighting technology evolve, the Hamilton range has grown to meet the needs of specifiers and contractors and that of many challenging project briefs. Visitors to the stand will be able to see samples of all of their favourite and new ‘on trend’ collections and preview Hamilton’s new website, designed to inspire! www.hamilton-litestat.com


Fantastic Lighting


Established in 1979, Fantastic Lighting has been supplying the UK Lighting Industry retailers all across the UK for over 30 years. With the new Catalogue covering all aspects of crystal lighting from the contemporary to traditional. www.fantasticlighting.co.uk


Mandarin Arts Ltd A slow boat is currently plying its way from China, carrying some brand new lamps for the new year. Building on the popularity of an established lamp featuring orange goldfish on a deep beige background, this lamp is a slight departure in terms of design, shape and colour, and it has a tactile quality with the pattern etched into the surface. Mandarin Arts will also be unveiling a collection of porcelain lamps, matching vases, jars and pots made under licence with the Ashmolean Museum and reflecting some of the Chinese treasures in the museum's collection. The Ashmolean is Britain's oldest public museum and part of the University of Oxford. www.mandarinarts.co.uk


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Exhibitor Extravaganza!


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