1st-30th June at Design Centre Chelsea Harbour, London
From 1st to 30th June our Woodworks floors will be part of the WOW!House showcase at Chelsea Harbour, London. An immersive showhouse experience with 20 rooms to walk through, all created by acclaimed designers and architects.
If you would like to see the beautiful woods on display at the exhibition, please email [email protected] to order a free sample from our Woodworks experts.
We're thrilled to have collaborated with four designers and creators to showcase our floors in various rooms throughout the first ever WOW!House showhouse.
Principle designer for of Apartment 48 interiors and New York based AD100 designer Rayman Boozer was inspired by the 90’s film ‘The Pillow Book’ to create a romantic and sensual space at the first ever WOW!House event. Apartment 48 specialises in combining vibrant colours, exotic materials and contemporary furnishings to create spaces that feel optimistic, relaxed and effortless.
Since its founding in 1975 Martin Moore have prided themselves on exceptional craftsmanship and service. They showcase their latest New Deco collection in a contemporary dressing room setting at WOW!House. Richard said: ” It’s inspired by the architects and craftsmen of the 1930s, whose designs featured clean, geometric lines and feature materials including inset panels in marbles, limestones, metallics and veneered timbers.”
United in Design is a charitable organisation founded by Sophie Ashby and Alexandria Dauley to address the lack of diversity in the UK interior design industry. Specifically, the lack of representation from the black, Asian and ethnic minority communities. They are overseeing former United in Design apprentices Christine Omorere and Roshu Shrestha in designing a tranquil living room.
de Le Cuona is a purveyor of unique, luxury textiles responsibly crafted from the world’s finest natural fibres – flax, cashmere, wool, alpaca and silk – and was the first to launch GOTS-certified 100% organic linen and bedlinen. A bespoke interior tailoring service includes curtains, cushions, throws, bedspreads and upholstery. “From its very conception I have been completely enthused by this ambitious project,” says founder Bernie de Le Cuona.