Decorex
(18-21 September)
The UK's longest running design show for luxury interiors, based in Syon Park in London. There's lots of exhibitors showcasing new products and the latest trends in fabric, lighting and furniture. The stands will be hosted by some of our favourite brands including Bluebellgray, Bert & May and Tom Faulkner. decorex.com

 

Focus/16
(18-23 September)
Taking place at the Design Centre Chelsea Harbour, this six-day show sees over 100 showrooms within the interior design hub open up and showcase their latest products. Visitors can see the curated exhibition Arts & Interiors at Focus/16, skilled craftmanship at demonstrations and engage with industry creatives. dcch.co.uk

 

100% Design
(21-24 September)
This show is split into five sections; Emerging Brands, Interiors, Workplace, Kitchens & Bathrooms and Design & Build. There's plenty to see over these three days at Olympia including projects, installations and expert talks. We're expecting to see trends that will start emerging in kitchens and bathrooms in 2017. 100percentdesign.co.uk

 

The London Design Fair
(22-23 September)
This year, Tent London and Super Brands can be found together under a new name but as always they promise to showcase a mix of brilliant new designers and talent. Don't miss 100% Norway which is curated by Max Fraser and shows the best of contemporary Scandi design. londondesignfair.co.uk

 

Designjunction
(22-25 September)
Now in its sixth year, this show for contemporary interior design and culture has relocated to King's Cross, as part of a partnership with University of the Arts London. The four main areas are Cubitt House, The Canopy, Granary Square and The Crossing, which will display design concepts and interactive installations, as well as lighting, accessories and furniture. thedesignjunction.co.uk

 

Images shown: Lear cabinet by Daniel Schofield and Holworth chair by Nathalie de Leval, both for Benchmark

Article by: EKBB