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Home will run alongside sister event Top Drawer and Craft for the second time this autumn at London’s Olympia on September 13-15. The purpose of this show within a show is to


bring together an eclectic mix of home interior brands encompassing classic, vintage and contemporary products in one location. Design-led products for the kitchen and dining room will share the floor with a sumptuous mix of soft furnishings, lighting and accessories at prices to suit all budgets. Exhibitors will range from major industry


suppliers that include Parlane, Forma House, Alessi, Leonardo, SIA Home Fashion, Voyage Decoration, Chive and Umbra and Garden Trading, to niche companies and individual designers such as Melanie Roseveare, Kitschiku, Anna Jacobs Design, Canvas Home, Jangneus, Melhuish & Sprague, Iris Hantverk, Lorna Syson, RaxXclusive and Swarm Design. Many exhibitors are joining the show for the


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first time this September. Here are a few of the stands we’ll be making a beeline for:


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Stand K22 – is all about Swedish Kitchen Culture, with a focus on clean, practical design, a harmonious blend of form and function. The dishcloths, tea towels and trays and greeting cards will bring fresh Scandinavian style into the heart of any home. New exhibitor Melhuish & Sprague can be


found on Stand B9, where an interesting display of hand-painted and woven textiles from this graduate designer will bring plenty of inspiration for Spring. Furniture and interior accessories supplier


Kitschiku is the creative brainchild of Laura and Matthew Etkin-Budge, which sprang from parent company, Budgeprint. The designers are exploring the potential of large format printing, with Laura enthusing “I love that we can pretty much wrap anything” Kitschiku’s Arne-Jacobsen style chairs are


available in a wide variety of patterns or you can request a different print via the bespoke service. The range will be on display from Stand 10d. Iris Hantverk is another Swedish designer


exhibiting at Home this year, stand B18. For over a 100, visually impaired craftsmen and women have been making the company’s brushes by hand, according to an old Swedish tradition. Now, as


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always, the focus is on functional design and carefully selected natural materials. World renowned design


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specialist, Umbra will put on a great showcase at Home. This Toronto-based homeware supplier was born over 30 years ago when graphic designer, Paul Rowan struggled to find a nice window shade for his apartment and ended up making one for himself. Compliments from friends soon flowed in and he teamed up with childhood friend, Les Mandelbaum to create Umbra (the word for ‘shade’ in Latin). The pair of them began modernising everyday items


with a unique designer twist and the world took note. See the latest designs at Home Stand G9. Swarm Design England will showcase its latest


products from stand 19d. This new luxury interiors brand specialises in high-end textiles and other homeware. With a distinctive dark and mysterious style, all of Swarm Design England’s products are exclusively designed and made by hand in Britain, offering a unique take on the contemporary British interior. The Creative Director of the company is Adam Slade, a textiles graduate of the Bath School of Art and Design, whose aim is to challenge the textiles status-quo and push the boundaries of interior decor with the use of unusual intricately drawn imagery and a strikingly bold monochromic colour pallet. All designs start with detailed pen drawings by Adam of various inspirations and interest, such as insects, antiques and statuary. These are then digitally printed by a top-end British furnishing fabrics print manufacturer and are then handmade into interior products.


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