Light Peachblossom & Carmine Lampshade up to promote Little Greene's 'Pink' collection
If you were lucky enough last week to get to London Design Festival 2016, you might have popped in to the new location of Design Junction at the newly spruced Granary Square in Kings Cross.
Right at the front of the Canopy retail space you will have seen our pink lampshades glowing above the Little Greene stand. It was decked out with big pink rubbix cubes to show the different colours in the new 'Pink' collection of paint colours.
Comprising of eight shades, Little Greene's new 'Pink' collection consists of colours from soft delicate tones and bolder, more seductive hues. Designed to work harmoniously together and with other Little Greene shades, these versatile pinks include seven new colours and one shade from the existing colour card - Carmine.
The inside of our lampshade uses the colour 'Carmine' and when switched on, gives off a lovely rosy glow which was perfect for the lighting of the Design Junction stand.
Design Junction Highlights
Cubitt House showcased over 100 design brands presenting cutting-edge furniture and accessories as well as lightjunction, an area dedicated to contemporary lighting. It was designed by architectural firm Satellite Architects and Icons of Denmark and was made up of thousands of 'GRID' cubes which were suspended over a scaffold framework.
A magical hanging lighting installation by Blackbody Oled in the middle of Cubitt House.
So great to see fellow Nottingham designer Olivia Apinall there too, with her interesting bespoke surface design for interiors and prototypes of bowls with Leoni Bulcock.
Stunning lighting installation from Decode London made up of acrylic and brass pendants.
We really enjoyed the dedication to the black interiors trend at the String Furniture stand.
The secret garden outside Cubitt House was kitted out with beautiful floral arrangements by Bloomon flowers and was a lovely little oasis away from the hustle and bustle of the event.
More pleated paper designs for lighting by Another Studio - an interesting new take on the concertina fold by mixing timber with paper.
One of our favourite British brands Cherchbi showed its product traceability all over the UK and no further. Such a great idea and echoes our exact same sentiments.
Tom Pigeon's screen prints are made using beautiful geometric and metallic designs. They're hand-pulled using water-based inks in a Glasgow print workshop and traditionally foiled in the North West of England.
It was lovely to meet Clare and Lewis from Really Well Made who sell innovative, honest and useful products for the home from Britain and Scandinavia.
Geometric homeware and botanical stylists Geo Fleur had some lovely stoneware ceramic plant pots which are handmade in Staffordshire.
Charming and minimalist stationery and leather range from British designer Suzie at À L'Aise, using high quality paper and vegetable-tanned leather from Northamptonshire.