BCFA Members at May Design Series

Taking place at London’s ExCeL next month is May Design Series, the all-encompassing furnishings fair serving the contract community.

BCFA members including Crosswater will be exhibiting at the event, and product ranges on show will include Belgravia; a traditional range with a modern edge, and high design collection Mike Pro – a sleek yet unassuming, sophisticated design perfect for specifiers and interior designers alike. Not forgetting brassware from the newly launched KH Zero collections by renowned interior designer Kelly Hoppen MBE, who has teamed up with the brand to create the ultimate stylish brassware collection. These exciting new additions to Hoppen’s exclusive range offer a choice in design to those with a stylish flair, and make an ideal centrepiece in a boutique hotel or luxury home.


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Traditionally famed for their mirrors, Gallery Direct will be proudly displaying its latest furniture collections at May Design Series. Having recently expanded its range by 63% to include furniture and accessories, Gallery will be exhibiting its British designed sofas and chairs, console tables and occasional furniture ranges. “A huge amount of work has gone into extending our catalogue and developing the new ranges”, says Peter Delaney, MD. “The whole team has done a tremendous job to create some of our best designs yet.” Highlights from the new collection include the Sienna 3-seater sofa, a classically designed sofa upholstered in pale blue linen, and featuring turned oak feet.

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Other BCFA members exhibiting at the show include Greenapple, Morris Mirrors, Texfield, Chapel Street and Highgate Beds. You can register for free at www.maydesignseries.com.



About Alys Bryan

Alys' experience as a furniture designer, along with her in-depth marketing knowledge, makes her uniquely placed to work with the BCFA as the Editor of Design Insider and run her marketing business, Method Communications.
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