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The World of Interiors April 2019

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growth industry

With 120 showrooms representing more than 600 of the world’s brightest and best interior brands, it’s no surprise that Design Centre, Chelsea Harbour is internationally recognised as being at the very core of the design community, which is more vital and vibrant than everSituated on the banks of the river Thames, Design Centre, Chelsea Harbour has for more than 20 years championed the design world with its confident vision. Today, it’s home to 120 showrooms representing more than 600 of the world’s finest brands, spanning fabrics, furniture, lighting, kitchens, bathrooms, flooring, bespoke products and much more, all of which are celebrated for their quality and distinction. As the number-one design destination of its kind in Europe, it’s no wonder that Design Centre, Chelsea Harbour has become the ultimate port of…

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1 Home may well be wherever you hang your hat, but the hook you use still ought to be worthy of the task. Studio Bling’s six ‘Zag’ designs for La Chance, which range in height from 25.5cm to 38cm and are available in three colours, offer scope for sculptural composition and interesting shadows. They’re yours for £158 approx for a set of two. Ring 00 33 9 72 31 12 77, or visit lachance.paris.2 There are no flies on the trio of talents behind Antoinette Poisson. Latest enterprises include wallpaper by the roll (as opposed to the historic-style sheets for which it’s best known) and a collaboration with Faïenceries de Gien. The resulting 30-piece ‘Dominoté’ collection of tableware (from £26 approx for a sweets tray) is adorned with the threesome’s…

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palette cleanser

released biannually, seasonal colour cards reflected short-term trends. World War II brought with it an appetite for cheerful, patriotic colours, including gorse gold, rowan berry and gay bluethis ‘Highway Colours’ collection from the 1940s – one of many special palettes – carries names such as air blue and action red that give a clue to contemporary preoccupationsIN THE EARLY 1930s, in an age before Pantone references and exhaustive paint charts, colours were threatening to run riot. Identical hues were passing under different names, companies across the Commonwealth were struggling to standardise their offerings and shoppers couldn’t confidently colour-match articles in homes and offices. As Robert F. Wilson put it in a series of articles published at the time, no two people were speaking the same colour language. Having surveyed various…

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antennae roundup

1 Tented cupboard, from £1,995, Clock House Furniture. 2 Cedar armoire with figures, £2,900 approx, Emery & Cie. 3 ‘Tallemaj’, £2,175, Oka. 4 ‘Lingbao’, £1,595, Graham & Green. 5 ‘Lavoisier’, £10,404, Oficina Inglesa. 6 ‘Gustavian’ armoire, from £959, Scumble Goosie. 7 Armoire, £6,500, Paolo Moschino for Nicholas Haslam. 8 Hanging wardrobe with drawers, £2,850, Chelsea Textiles. All prices include VAT. For suppliers’ details see Address Book1 ‘Eracle’, by Antonio Citterio, from £19,044, B&B Italia. 2 ‘Grafite’, from £1,500, Poliform. 3 ‘4923-CVB-000’, £7,662, Julian Chichester. 4 ‘Guardaroba’, by Emanuela Garbin and Mario dell’Orto, £3,395 approx, Flou. 5 Walk-in closet, by Piero Lissoni for Porro Research Centre, £6,530 approx, Cavigioli. 6 ‘Vendôme’, by Roberto Lazzeroni for Baxter, £17,950, Silvera. 7 ‘Vivienne’, by Pierre Dubois and Aimé Cécil, from £4,910, Roche Bobois. 8…

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treasures of the trade

7 Philip Reinagle (1749-1833), A Forest Floor with a Lizard, Frog, Snail and Insects, oil on panel. Courtesy of John Mitchell Fine Paintings. 8 Tanya Brett, Hare VIII, ceramic. Courtesy of Jonathan Cooper. 9 Japanese patinated bronze dragon vase, Meiji period. Signed Tatsuhiro Akichika koku with dragonfly seal. Courtesy of Laura Bordignon Antiques. 10 Pierre Golle and Daniel Marot, Louis XIV marquetry bureau Mazarin, c1680. Courtesy of Frank PartridgeBADA 2019 runs at Duke of York Square, London SW3, 20-26 March. For details, ring 020 7589 6108, email enquiries@badafair.com, or visit badafair.com…

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live it large

1 ‘Gem 09’, by Brentano, £158, Altfield. 2 Pea-green ‘Rochelle’, by Northcroft Fabrics, £58, Tissus d’Hélène. 3 ‘Mirages 228678’, by Beacon Hill, £417.51; 4 ‘Mohair Striped’, by Christopher Hyland, £662.38; both Simon Playle. 5 Peacock ‘Abstract Moment’, by Kravet, £320, GP&J Baker. 6 Ash ‘Daphne’, £100, Chase Erwin. 7 Blossom ‘Varese’, £72, Designers Guild. 8 ‘Mercury ED85222-791’, by Threads, £125, GP&J Baker. 9 Silver ripple ‘Feather’, £264, Colony. 10 Oro ‘Spritz’, £143, Rubelli. 11 ‘Titian 5669-6’, £120, Marvic. 12 Emerald green ‘Versailles’, £530, Watts of Westminster. 13 ‘Vip 14470-114’, £74.16, Christian Fischbacher. All prices are per m and include VAT. For suppliers’ details see Address Book1 ‘Infinity 10761-543’, £142, Zimmer & Rohde. 2 Currant ‘Varese’, £72, Designers Guild. 3 Berry ‘Almaty’, by Carolina Irving, £530, Tissus d’Hélène. 4 Plum ‘Veda’,…