Last week was a busy and exciting one for Button & Sprung as we were exhibiting at HOUSE 2015 - an interior design show held at Olympia in association with House & Garden. Our stand was in a great spot - sandwiched between the centrepiece of the event, The House designed by April Russell and the lovely Mosimann's Restaurant from where the sound of clinking champagne glasses was in abundance.
On our Button & Sprung stand we had the ever so popular Camelia and took the chance to showcase two of our new bed designs, the Peony and the Lavender.
The event was running alongside the Spirit of Summer show and as a result, there were many wonderful brands exhibiting... indeed, the best part of the show was taking a wander around the other stalls to see what everyone else was up to (along with getting up to a bit of mischief with the sheep on the Farrow & Ball stand...!). Anyway, we thought we'd share with you our pick of the other exhibitors...
Sylvia Hague Flowers had a beautiful array of blooms bursting from her stall... ranging from wild orchids to rambling roses. These silk flowers are so well made, it's impossible to tell that these are 'faux flowers' and are great to have around the house.
Scandi Shack caught my eye immediately, with their fun yet stylish felt animal heads that make the perfect addition to any child's bedroom!
Marston & Langinger specialise in beautiful glass garden rooms and had a wonderfully designed stand with these quirky lampshades hung above a dining table clad with greenery.
This propeller table by Huw Edwards-Jones was a real stand out piece - definitely one for the boys. Huw is a master cabinet maker and specialises in designing and making bespoke contemporary pieces.
I couldn't help but include Harris & Jones... their array of stationary in vintage prints and florals makes perfect presents and look wonderful when all pictured together.
Lalibella works with African artisans to produce a beautiful range of baskets, scarves and accessories. The smell of the Sisal grass used for weaving the baskets takes you right to the plains of Africa! The most impressive thing of all? 100% of their profits go to charity, sending underprivileged children to school.
We hope you like these snippets from HOUSE 2015... it'll be running next year so perhaps we'll be seeing you there!