Luxury interior and design exhibition Decorex will return to the historic Syon Park on September 16-19, as part of London Design Festival.
Now in its 41st year, the show will have ‘Blank Canvas’ as its theme, which according to its organiser will “explore how an empty space can celebrate a new beginning”.
It will host more than 400 exhibitors, including bathroom and kitchen manufacturers who target the premium sector.
These include Drummonds, Glass Design, Officine Gullo, THG Paris, Waterworks and William Holland.
French bathroom brand THG Paris will present collections by Arik Levy, Gilles & Boisser and Stephanie Coutas.
The Montaigne collaboration with Stephanie Coutas uses brass and marble from the South of France in a contemporary, global bathroom collection.
In addition, bespoke kitchen manufacturer Officine Gullo has collaborated with interior designer Alison Henry to “marry technology found in a professional kitchen with the comfort of a residential setting.”
It will feature white, matt-finished metal cabinetry and white oak column units with metal column units in Officine Gullo Blue, together with specially-sourced Carrera Caldia marble.
Alison Henry commented: “I am so incredibly proud of what we have achieved, and I can think of nothing that really competes. It is a project that really stands out from the crowd.”