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interiors talk Highlights from the interiors show in January.


Hall 3 was taken over by lighting at this year’s interiors show at the NEC in Birmingham. There was a true mix of innovation, from Elstead’s new Sil Lux range with bright bold colours and strong designs, to Tom Raffield’s steam bent chandeliers made from various species


of wood. Endon Lighting


ICE-4WH is an acrylic flush LED fitting that would create a great feature in any location throughout the home. It comes with energy saving GX53 LEDs fitted into a beautiful white acrylic square. www.endon.co.uk


Halo Tech Design


One of our highlights at the show was the Colors by Copenhagen range exhibited by Halo Tech Design. Different coloured shades can be mixed and matched with different cables. The Colors 2 series is new for Spring 2011, and features eight colours and three sizes of pendant. www.halotechdesign.com


Tom Raffield


The Flock Light is full of movement and elegance, originally designed to represent the fluidity of flocking birds. It is made using 90 individually steambent and twisted strips of sycamore, delicately suspended from a ceiling plate. www.tomraffield.com


Hamilton Litestat Hamilton Litestat’s new Perception range features completely concealed fixings. It is designed to blend subtly against the wall, allowing the wall covering to be visible through the clear plate. The snap-on front plates allow simple fixing whether on to paint or wallpaper; in the case of wallpaper a template is provided from which a swatch of wallpaper can be cut and inserted behind the front plate for a seamless finish. www.hamilton-litestat.com


JH Miller


One of our particular highlights on the JH Miller stand was the Gemma range. The pieces have a French gold finish and handblown floral glasses. Options include ceiling lights with three and six-light versions, table lamp, wall lights and a floorstanding luminaire. www.jhmiller.co.uk


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