The Best New Brands Launching At The London Design Festival

The Best New Brands Launching At The London Design Festival

 

Next week the London Design Festival kicks off, with a dizzying circus of events, launches, installations and talks organised across the capital from Brixton in the south to Islington in the north. Now in its 15th year, it’s bigger and more colourful than ever with blockbuster projects including print-maestro Camilla Walala’s playful Memphis-inspired Villa Walala in Broadgate’s Exchange Square and Flynn Talbot’s orange and blue illuminations flooding the V&A’s Prince Consort Gallery with an immersive spectrum of light.

Experiential events aside, this is the optimum time for showrooms to introduce new design brands to launch, so even if you can’t make it to the Festival you can still browse these homeware arrivals.

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Next week the London Design Festival kicks off, with a dizzying circus of events, launches, installations and talks organised across the capital from Brixton in the south to Islington in the north. Now in its 15th year, it’s bigger and more colourful than ever with blockbuster projects including print-maestro Camilla Walala’s playful Memphis-inspired Villa Walala in Broadgate’s Exchange Square and Flynn Talbot’s orange and blue illuminations flooding the V&A’s Prince Consort Gallery with an immersive spectrum of light.

Experiential events aside, this is the optimum time for showrooms to introduce new design brands to launch, so even if you can’t make it to the Festival you can still browse these homeware arrivals.

Hunt & Hope at Decorex

Stitching up a storm of gorgeous new embroidery patterns from their Kensal Rise studio are Isobel Hunt & Emmie Hope, whose new brand offers needlepoint-like fabrics which can be adapted for use on cushions, seating, and headboards. A trip to India following her degree in English and Law, saw Hunt learning the ancient skills of needlepoint and she returned to study at the Royal School of Needlework, going on to launch Isobel Hunt Embroidery Kits which were sold in John Lewis and elsewhere.

Meanwhile Hope swapped her City career for interior design before the pair joined forces to liven up this traditional craft. Choose from 12 designs in up to 420 colours, from the fierce Tiger and block geometrics of Alhambra to the funkier camouflage Camo and beautiful star-spangled Deco. Bespoke designs can also be created. From 16.5p per sq cm, or £1650 per sqm.

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