Sleep is the biggest hotel design event of the year, where exhibitors get together to boast ideas and inspiration for the interior design industry.
After a great nights rest in the palace I woke up determined to explore the castle grounds. The hotel carefully has combined modern amenities with traditional 18th century characteristics. [read more]
I woke up bright and early – 3am to be exact, the only time it’s ever acceptable to be awake for work at that hour is if it involves hopping on a flight overseas.
To mark the centenary of World War One porcelain poppies were planted around The Tower of London. The art installation Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red mark one hundred years of Britain’s involvement in the First World War. [read more]
After my speed tour at Decorex 14, a few of us headed towards the Kings Road to celebrate the final evening of London Design Festival. [read more]
During London Design Festival there were so many incredible exhibitions to visit it ended up being a whirlwind of endless events. One of the last exhibitions I visited was Decorex, an event that presented the best in luxurious interior designs. [read more]
The House of Peroni took over Lincoln’s Inn Field for a month to celebrate contemporary Italian culture. [read more]