Designjunction has returned to London this September 2015 and takes on two venues- The College, formally home to Central Saint Martins and Victoria House B1 which are both located on Southampton Row. Critically acclaimed as the one of the most cutting edge events to showcase unique design combined with an engaging, immersive experience.
Not many people would look towards Pink as an accent colour for the home, however as rose gold and copper take over, we see more elements of pink coming in with this.
Investing in a sofa is like buying a classic little black designer dress it’s important to choose the right style whilst retaining the best quality on the market. With London Fashion week drawing to a close, gaining inspiration from the designers work on the catwalk is essential.
What better way to celebrate the resurrection of all things groovy than a nod to the most highly sought after interior devise of the age: the conversation pit?
Now that September has arrived and the temperature has gotten a lot cooler, we know that winter will soon be on its way. Therefore if you are looking for some winter interior inspiration, look no further than Nordic design.
It is the future they dreamed of in the 1960’s, with bold shapes and an even bolder colour palette. Functional living in the modern age, silver jumps suits and ridiculously over-elaborate household appliances.
During the 21st Century furniture has been designed, more and more so, to be inclusive of technology. For example IKEA’s Wireless Charging range, which is comprised of a variety of different pieces, from lamps to bedside tables that charge your smart phone. Just place your phone on the plus sign, sit back and relax.
Navy has steadily been gaining popularity with interior designers over the past few years due to its versatility throughout the home and its ability to work with numerous colour pallets or on its own as a feature. This A/W sees Navy emerge as the hot colour for the season.
The Lounge chair is a great stylish addition to any home. The versatile piece of furniture can be placed throughout the home, being used as a occasional chair in a bedroom to additional seating in a sitting room.
Copper has certainly been one of the colours of the decade, its warm aesthetic makes this metal a sure choice over gold and silver.