For 38 years, Decorex has been showcasing the very latest in luxury and is renowned internationally for being the place to discover the very best and most coveted luxury products and styles.
If you came to see us at Decorex 2015, thank you! We hope you enjoyed the show! If you missed it this year, we hope our round up gives you a good taste of the sumptuous style and delectable design the show had to offer.
Drummonds’ Decorex 2015 stand was designed by Martin Brudnizki Design Studio, heralding the beginning of an exciting product collaboration between the prestigious designer and our luxury bathroom brand. The complete ‘Martin Brudnizki for Drummonds’ Collection launches in 2016, but four elements from the collaboration were previewed exclusively at Decorex: The Tyburn Bath, The Single & Double Ladybower Vanity Basin, The Derwent Bathroom Lights and The Derwent Mirror.
Other highlights from Decorex 2015 included Drummonds’ first bathroom lighting collection, The Single Windermere Basin, The Wye Bath – an even deeper and wider version of our famous Usk, The Thames Vanity Basin and the new wall hung WC suite The Rother. Did you know Drummonds also now offer a complimentary Design Service?
Walking around the 400+ other exhibitors, it was impossible not to be inspired! So here are just a small selection of the brands that we loved at the 2015 show.
We loved the hands on approach taken on some of the stands at the show this year, with live painting from De Gorunay…
We loved the variety of metals on display, especially the bronze patina of Rinat Goldwater’s handmade designs.
And the warm metals on display at Serip
Also the warm gold of these tiles by Orvi, which would look stunning alongside any brass bathroom pieces.
The nostalgic display at Chelsom caught our attention with its eyecatching combination of burnished metals and wood.
Whilst at Harlequin, gold sat elegantly with silver in a dazzling dinner service we simply couldn’t pass by!
The bright colours of Little Greene enchanted and inspired.
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