Grand Designs Live London is ongoing and there’s a lot to see during this time in the London edition. If you’re thinking of passing by the event, aside from this little guide we’ve prepared for you, we’ll also give you a hint regarding 10 amazing furniture brands you can’t miss during the showcase.
Grand Designs Live London has returned to ExCel, Victoria Docks in east London this weekend with a promising schedule filled with a variety of activities that each furniture, design and decoration lover won’t afford to miss if they happen to be in the city. Right now there are more than 500 companies exhibiting as well as a couple of privileges for attendants, from free 30-minute consultations with experts of a variety of areas to a series of talks and seminars regarding the home decor area.
If you’re an enthusiast to all areas related to interior design, luxury furniture, interior decor and other inspirational topics regarding interior design, then we’ve got you covered: here are our choices for the top 10 amazing furniture brands you definitely have to see if you go to Grand Designs Live London until the 12th of May.
Maples & Birch is one of the most well-known British names when it comes to interior design, especially if we’re talking about flooring. Their most well-known product is their Signature Bespoke Flooring, produced by using selected English Oak with the assurance of being handcrafted and finished by a family run mill.
Zaharia Interiors is a company which provides some stunning home accessories inspired by traditional Egyptian design. Contemporary design is effectively combined with a series of ancient techniques in order to create an elegant, intimate and modern atmosphere in any type of room.
JonaQuestArt is a company which sells original contemporary paintings, sculptures and accessories for homes, corporate and hospitality environments aesthetically pleasing. This contemporary art gallery based in Greenwich promises to bring some amazing surprises to the table during Grand Designs Live London.
FAB Home Interiors is one of the biggest companies when it comes to having a wide offer of Wall Art, Bespoke Furniture and a large variety of Home Accessories.
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Lightstyle is a brand which is a specialist in the elaboration of large stairwell lighting. The products in this regard can range from 1 meter long to 15 meters long and when it comes to their style they can vary between contemporary and traditional. Their services apply to a multitude of establishments such as Hotel Lighting, Home Lighting and Chandeliers.
Furl Living Furniture believes that all it takes for a person to love their home is carefully chosen furniture. This company aims to make its customers make the most of their space by investing in design initiatives to maximise any space.
If you want to see a combination of bespoke furniture and quality art then Tachini’s tables are the way to go. Instead of hanging paintings on the wall they use hardened special protection layers to preserve the artwork and allow it to be used as a table. However, as you can see they use this same technique in more than one furniture piece.
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Woodstock Bespoke Furniture consists of a family run company which has 25 years of experience in the furniture industry, specializing in the production of bespoke pieces. Among the materials, they use we can count including American black walnut, American cherry, French oak and polished concrete.
Mango Crafts was created by Kevin Gallogly and Paul Hurley and the two had a vision of creating something unique in the furniture & interiors marketplace. They combine the natural look with a mix of rustic & crafted contemporary shapes from some of the world’s best woods.
Shepherd Hills Furniture Ltd
Lastly, we have Shepherd Hills, a company located in the Darwin Shopping Centre which manufactures high quality, bespoke wooden furniture which mixes traditional and more modern styles in their products.