As part of the fabulous Blog Tour 2011 group, founded by Veronika Miller of the equally fabulous Modenus.com website, our trip to Decorex, part of the London Design Festival, was simply fantastic, end of story. The creativity and innovation was such a joy to experience. Another type of joy was to see the way that classics, that is, materials or design, were updated to create a new aesthetic, a new definition of classic as well as modern. THAT experience = inspiration.
Here are some kitchen design elements that I found interesting at Decorex.
Below, cabinetry by Woodstock – who doesn’t love that name? Of course, the star is the fresh color, but I love the function too and the height of this taller cabinet.
Below, also from Woodstock, the cool mix of light and dark neutrals. Notice, too, the subtlety of the rounded moldings. Love. Backsplash and styling – needs some love…
Below, gorgeous Dominic-Schuster mirror – could be a backsplash or wall area maybe? For pantry doors? Yummy! And it comes in a gazillion textures.
Below, a fabulous update of an armoire, bar cabinet, kitchen pantry, or breakfast room dish storage
Below, a GOR-juss dining table with Hans Wegner chairs by Isis Furniture
Below, Moroccan tile by Habibi (you are viewing the tile at an angle)
And, a quick shot of this very impressive gentleman who I know does something really important, but he’s also cute!
What’s your favorite??