BCFA member Brintons have collaborated with Kelly Hoppen MBE to create a bold new collection of contemporary woven carpets. The new venture is the renowned interior designer’s first ever carpet collection and will be launched at this years Sleep
Taking their successful and long-standing collaboration to the next level, Monsieur Christian Lacroix and ege carpets now enter the floor together with a collection of expressive and rich carpet designs.
Before we open the doors to BCFA Open on the 26th & 27th October we take a look at the trends which will be exhibited by our textile and carpet members. The contract interiors market demands innovation alongside exciting new trends. At BCFA Open our exhibitors will take the opportunity to launch new collections which demonstrate innovation… Read More >
In our 4th post we met Helen Strevens who works solely from her drawing board and Sue Watkins who’s material based approach led her into her position with Chad Lighting. We also learnt how SpaceInvader was launched by John Williams after experience across multiple sectors and continents. In the final in our series we meet… Read More >
Last week we met three designers, each at very different stages of their careers, Amy Pears, Designer at Johnson Tiles, Fiona Davidson, freelance designer and senior lecturer and Jonathan Hindle, KI’s Group Managing Director, who founded the Design Guild Mark in 2008. In our 4th post we meet designer Helen Strevens who shows us how… Read More >
British furniture designer and manufacturer, Morgan, has produced highly bespoke and prestigious solutions for the newly designed Champions’ Room at The All England Lawn Tennis Club (AELTC), Wimbledon. Housing a welcome reception and a 90 plus seater restaurant, the Champions’ Room is the exclusive hospitality venue for the Centre Court debenture holders at Wimbledon to… Read More >
We caught up with Brinton’s Carpets Archivist Yvonne Smith to discuss the influences in contemporary carpet design. We also take a look at some of Brinton’s oldest pieces of artwork some dating back to 1798
Last month Brintons held a unique exhibition during London Design Festival to showcase the importance of carpet, how it is a major part of any decorating scheme and is the grounding for a coherent look.
Statement artworks, inspired by the nearby famous Leyland truck factory, are complemented by Wilton’s striking carpet designs at The Leyland Hotel in Preston. Among an impressive line of Best Western Premier hotels being renovated in 2015, The Leyland Hotel has exacting standards when it comes to carpet specification, with a stunning combination of designs and… Read More >