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Contents collaborations

Decorex SA has great pleasure in acknowledging the following partners and their representatives for their involvement. Paint Partner | Olympic Paints Official Media Partner | The Home Channel Official Radio Partner | East Coast Radio The Kitchen Design Project by The Studio Collection InStudio Trend Theatre by ABSA Bank Entrance Feature | Kipekee Decorex Designer Spotlight | Jennifer Jones Interiors The Library by Efam The Illy CafĂŠ Wine & Bubbly Bar | Homewood Lighting Feature | Springlights VIP Lounge | Creativity Lab Second Skin Fashion Show | Inscape Education Group Pop Up Market | TINGG Decorex SA Patron | Stephen Falcke Associations | IID & KSA Speakers | Anita Bloom, Dave Nemeth, Claire Bond, Paige Waplington, ABSA Bank, Inscape Education Group


Management: Carol Weaving | Managing Director: Reed Exhibitions Sian Cullingworth | Portfolio Director: Lifestyle Design & Retail Josephine Sekwelenkwe | PA to Portfolio Director & Admin Manager

Welcome from Portfolio Director............................3 Foreword from Managing Director........................4 Fashion fuses with dĂŠcor..............................................6 Spotlight: Jennifer Jones Interiors...........................8 Trends Forecasting for 2019..................................... 12 Decorex 2019 Exhibitors............................................ 22 Index to advertisers....................................................... 31

Organised by


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Exhibition Sales: Neil Borthwick | General Manager of Sales: Decorex SA Julie Powel | Senior Sales Executive (Durban) Angela Chatfield | Senior Sales Executive Henk Viljoen | Senior Sales Executive Tawanda Runganga | Senior Sales Executive Anneline Naidoo | Senior Sales Executive Kim Stevens | Senior Sales Executive (Cape Town) Kachinga Phiri | Senior Sales Executive (Cape Town) Reshnie Naidoo | Senior Sales Coordinator Princess Tsotetsi | Project Manager Marketing: Zoe Van Niekerk | Marketing Manager Daniella Galante | Digital Marketing Executive Zinhle Dlamini | Trade Marketing Executive Gcina Madonsela | Marketing Coordinator Creative: Anita Bloom | Creative Director Heather Reid | Senior Creative Coordinator Operations: Ponstho Mohlohlo | Operations Manager Katy Meurs | Services Manager




The African continent is positioning itself as a global style icon, fusing the influences of international trend-makers with the unique colour and vibrancy that characterises its people and cultures. The impact of this colourful continent on the 2019 lifestyle trends will be brought home through the features and products showcasing at Africa’s premier décor and design exhibition – Decorex SA. This year’s muchanticipated theme ‘Designing for Africa – feels like home’ encapsulates the re-birth of the African style powerhouse. We are at a crucial moment in the evolution of technology, both globally and here at home. The incredible advances in artificial intelligence, virtual augmented realities and 3D printing are about to transform every aspect of our lives. And in response to the imminent digital revolution we are re-focusing on what it means to be human, and this is taking us back to our African roots. Consumers are at a crossroads asking profound questions about their place in the world. How do we hold onto our identity? How do we stay emotionally aware? How do we re-connect with the world around us? By creating a calm, home-style space that gives our minds the freedom to wonder. A space to embrace a positive, new approach to life. To mark our 18th year in Durban we planned a really strong, décor-focused show which maintains the high calibre of craftsmanship for which Decorex is renowned. This year’s exciting line up includes the Decorex International – apartments from London, New York, Paris and of course Durban. Our InStudio Trend Theatre by ABSA, where South Africa’s leading design influencers and décor professionals will share their unique insights during this free-flow forum. We have also launched a

fashion show in collaboration with Inscape Education Group, showcasing the common thread between Fashion and Interiors globally. We are always re-inventing, re-investing and changing to suit the constantly evolving décor and industry and all its associated trends. It is important for us to know exactly what is happening on a global level from a décor viewpoint, as well as within the exhibition space. We have always worked hard to remain ahead of the game in South Africa, establishing ourselves as leaders in both the décor and exhibition fields. With collaborations, partnerships and ongoing support from our sponsor we are able to celebrate our 18th year with you. We sincerely thank all our partners, sponsors, exhibitors and service providers. A huge thank you to my dedicated and passionate team, who live the brand each day of their lives, and have made the exhibition what it is today. Sian Cullingworth Portfolio Director: Reed Exhibitions South Africa Lifestyle Design & Retail Portfolio Decorex Durban Show Journal 2019




It is with great pleasure that we welcome you to Decorex Durban 2019. In its 26th consecutive year, the award-winning Decorex Portfolio is a series of three renowned exhibitions that display not only South African but international brands to you, the design savvy visitor. As one of Africa’s most trusted and reputable exhibitions, the Decorex portfolio has a strong presence across many design and décor mediums, offering an unsurpassed collection of design icons, leading brands and sophisticated style. Owned by Reed Exhibitions, Africa’s top exhibition organiser, with access to global trade and consumer event organising expertise serving 44 industry sectors active in 42 countries. Having established an excellent reputation over three decades we pride ourselves in delivering world class events year on year. Customer value is our key focus which we continue to improve using data analytics thus gaining better insights into our exhibitors and visitors. This information ensures we deliver a greater return on investment for our exhibitors and a memorable experience for our visitors.


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As organisers we continue to re-invent ourselves in this ever-changing market, staying relevant to specific markets, strengthening and building our exhibitions in terms of content, experiences and target audience. Reed Exhibitions is the pioneer in ensuring our events are trend setting, industry leading and the ‘must attend’ event in our specific market sectors. The Reed team joins me in thanking you for choosing Decorex as your décor and design event of choice. We trust that you will have an enjoyable, engaging and informative experience, and we hope to welcome you back again next year. Carol Weaving Managing Director Reed Exhibitions South Africa



2019 All shows and dates are subject to change

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Fashion fuses with décor

If there’s one thing the recent Oscar awards ceremony showed us, it’s that fashion isn’t just about what you wear. Fashion sends a message. Fashion reflects our personalities. And fashion unites us. “Fashion has always played an important role historically, from the opulent clothing of the Victorian era to the roaring ‘20s, and beyond! The material, 6

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colours and textures tell us so much about the time period as well as the people wearing the outfits,” explained Sian Cullingworth, Portfolio Director at Reed Exhibitions. “Interestingly, the elements that influence fashion trends are often related to those that influence the trends in décor. These two creative worlds are very much intertwined – and we are excited to showcase this at the 2019 Decorex exhibitions!” An evolving relationship Thulare Matlaba, Global Brand Manager at INSCAPE, has given some insights into how fashion and décor have grown closer over the years. “In the last 20 to 30 years, fashion has largely influenced décor,” he explained. “However, with retro being trendy, fashion has borrowed some of its styling cues from décor. These days, it’s hard to pick which came first because they influence each other and are both influenced by external factors such as culture, music, history, technology and politics – although I’d say fashion is probably the earliest adopter.” Matlaba cited the Louis Vuitton clutch bags as an excellent example of designs that deliberately interpreted art deco style: “Artistic movements also influence design – fashion, interior and décor – from pop art, to modernism, minimalism, post-modernism and beyond. Fashion trends for 2019 include tie dye and neon; colour schemes we’ve seen before which are likely to find their way into décor and decorating.” Collaborations between fashion and décor are common. Locally, in 2018, South African-born fashion

designer, Nkuli Mlangeni, of The Ninevites Gang, partnered with Trenery Guild to produce a bespoke handwoven rug in salmon, sage and slate hues. Internationally, Gucci collaborated with Richard Ginori to produce a porcelain line that celebrates Italian art and craftsmanship. Overlapping influences Borders, angles, framing, features, simplicity, complexity, over-engineering, layering, structure, design; these are all words associated with fashion and décor. Matlaba expanded, stating: “Where one overlaps the other is probably impossible to define, but you can say with certainty that they feed off each other. Where you live, how you live, what you wear, what you place on your walls… these are all a function of your personal expression and help determine your design aesthetic.” He said the biggest drivers of the two industries are passion, resources and influences: “All the elements matter. Where you live, how much money you have, your political and religious beliefs, all of it. In every home; rented or owned; you will find at least one element reflective of the occupant. Self-expression occurs in the spaces we occupy and the clothes we wear consciously or unconsciously.” Fashion and décor define us He explained that, often, one’s taste in clothing reflected one’s environment and vice versa, with aspects such as access to resources, creativity and the willingness of expression also playing vital roles. “A neon-patterned scatter cushion here, a vintage curtain there, the antique table from grandma or the odd yellow chair could make a typical apartment feel more eclectic, thus expressing the homeowner’s personality,” said Matlaba. “The services of a good designer can also aid in unearthing your style and help to create a home or office reflective of your personality. Money should not act as a deterrent to creativity.”

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Spotlight Decorex designer spotlight gives behind-the-scenes look at her newly-styled Hillcrest home

Renowned for its incredible representation of local designers, Decorex Durban 2019 has continued this tradition with the inclusion of Jennifer Jones Interiors as this year’s Decorex Designer Spotlight. Her eclectic style and unique vision can be seen in this exquisite installation that forms part of the extensive Decorex Durban feature programme. “We are so delighted to welcome Jennifer Jones and love her take on the ‘Designing for Africa – feels like home’ theme,” said Sian Cullingworth, Portfolio Director at Reed Exhibitions. “It was at Decorex Durban in 2001 that Jennifer first launched her interior design business and she astounds us, every time she returns, with her beautiful creations.” In the home of Jennifer Jones As a way to give visitors a sneak preview of the unique Jennifer Jones style, the Hillcrest-based interior designer has decided to reveal her personal tastes as reflected in her new home. Having recently moved to the Spanish-style town house from her period home on the Berea, Jennifer had to downscale and re-work her furniture and décor into a whole new space. Taking it room by room Kitchen Jennifer explained that many modern kitchens are incorporating seated areas to offer a space for intimate meals, an alternative work space or just a place to relax.


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For her kitchen, Jennifer converted an old desk into a kitchen table by changing the top – using natural timber to add a different element to the room, and then re-fashioned a couch, simply by adjusting the height, so that it could be used at the kitchen table. “I wanted to add mood to the townhouse, using paint to give each room a different feel. I painted the kitchen walls quite a strong shade of grey – Mr Grey from the Shaves Colour Collection – and created a conversation corner as a place to entertain and chat,” she explained. The grey creates a perfect backdrop for the Moulin Rouge inspired wallpaper and framed family pictures that together create a lovely warmth in the kitchen while fishing basket-style light fittings add to the ambience with their dramatic shadows. Dining room “This is a smaller space which had an existing built-in cabinet with down lighting along one wall, that I painted in charcoal, allowing it to blend seamlessly into the wallpaper behind. I enjoy using darker feature

walls for smaller spaces balanced with a lighter colour and mirrors to add light, as it creates depth in a room.” The ball and claw dining room suite is in a mix of German silver and ebony, giving this traditional furniture a whole new look. The dining room chairs have been finished in a German silver technique, while the table is stained in a satin ebony finish. Lounge “The challenge in this space was the brickwork fire place,” continued Jennifer, entering the inviting room. “I painted the room in Maui Beach from Plascon – a subdued shade of teal green which offsets the white velvet sofas beautifully. The brickwork was painted in Mr Grey to delineate the fire place, with a screen placed in the corner to draw eyes away from the flat area.” Veranda “This was a really fun scheme to put together,” she said of the outside area. “The vintage lounge suite was sprayed in a matt black duco, picked up by the black

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piping on the apple green upholstery. I am having loads of fun accessorising this striking combination with everything from brightly coloured beads in various colours, to simple pops of colour in both flowers and cushions. The dining table is sprayed in apple green duco to continue the colour of the upholstery, contrasting beautifully with the black and white chairs. This is picked up in the black-and-white striped curtains crafted in an outdoor fabric. This provides protection and creates quite a cosy nook, particularly on those nippy Hillcrest days. This is a great alternative to the traditional outdoor, roll-down blinds. 10

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Her overall design advice is:

“Start with what you have, and plan from there!”

Bedroom Jennifer Jones, known as ‘The Queen of Bedroom Success’, re-worked her design from the 2018 Decorex Durban She Shed using a gold and grey colour palette for her own bedroom. “This was a big space that happily allowed for my gold, 4-poster bed!” she explained. Her love for layering different tones and textures of grey, paired with accent colours, is evident here. The walls were painted in Mr Grey, with the grey colour picked up in the sheer curtains. The room was then accessorised with gold, seen in the lampshades, wallpaper and refurbished bedside pedestals. Without question, the standout piece in this luxurious room is an exquisite chair, covered in Ardmore velvet with rust accents. The inclusion of gold, grey and a touch of pink finishes off this masterpiece. Design tips from Jennifer Jones “Many people live in homes with older architecture and furniture that can easily be adapted to make a new space,” she explained. “These days, people are decorating more economically, taking it room by room. There’s a much more eclectic feel with people using existing furniture and reviving it. This is important because anything you’ve invested in reflects a part of your personality.” Commenting on a few trends she’s enjoying, Jennifer said: “There’s a much braver use of colour. People are moving away from the neutrals, or they’re adding a vibrant pop of colour. A lounge suite in a neutral shade is always a good idea, with feature fabrics and colours used on chairs and cushions to create an updated look.”

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Decorex SA connects you with the best 2019 dĂŠcor, design and lifestyle



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The African continent is positioning itself as a global style icon, fusing the influences of international

explained Anita Bloom, Creative Director at Decorex SA. “The incredible advances in artificial intelligence,

trend-makers with the unique colour and vibrancy that characterises its people and cultures. The impact of this colourful continent on the 2019 lifestyle trends will be brought home through the features and products showcasing at Africa’s biggest décor and design exhibition – Decorex SA. Consisting of Decorex Durban, Decorex Cape Town and Decorex Joburg, this year’s much-anticipated theme ‘Designing for Africa – feels like home’ encapsulates the re-birth of the African style powerhouse. “We are at a crucial moment in the evolution of technology, both globally and here at home,”

virtual augmented realities and 3D printing are about to transform every aspect of our lives. And in response to the imminent digital revolution we are re-focusing on what it means to be human, and this is taking us back to our African roots. Consumers are at a crossroads asking profound questions about their place in the world. How do we hold onto our identity? How do we stay emotionally aware? How do we re-connect with the world around us? By creating a calm, home-style space that gives our minds the freedom to wonder. A space to embrace a positive, new approach to life.”


Decorex SA reveals the revitalising trends to look out for in 2019 and beyond:

Getting a feel for it Surface Tactility The average human interacts with a digital surface over 1000 times a day. This constant technological interaction leaves us craving a tactile experience with soft, porous surfaces that breathe life. Walls, fabrics and even counter tops are taking on a more tactile sensation through ceramic tiles, 3D printing and textured paint. New interior design materials – including grounded tiles, recycled plastics and materials – with more traditional materials – marble and granite – are all finding their place.

Ribbed Surfaces This tactile experience extends into this folded style of dynamic skin. The rounded, 3D effect plays with the concept of light and dark through delicate shadows. Textured ceramic wall coverings, wooden panels, velvet walls, and chrome cylinders will allow you to control the mood and tone of any room through this enfolded décor trend.

(Image credit: @homelivingspace)

(Image credit: @homelivingspace)

(Credit: Irene Kyriacou & Reedeco – Saint Restaurant) (Photographer: Elsa Young Photography)

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Abstract Art Muted, natural prints, one-line sketches and asymmetric patterns with minimal definition are characterising the on-trend abstract art finding its way into 2019’s décor style. Complete the natural look with hand-crafted, wooden frames.

(Image credit: Voke Rugs)

Rugs as Wall Art Statement rugs are now moving from the floor to the wall, with quality fabrics and enchanting designs taking their righteous place in a visually captivating space. Draw the room together with a textured, handwoven rug.

Taking shape Reinventing the Arch The traditional arch-style from the 1970s has been reinvented in entrance hallways, walkways and alcoves providing a soft space for the presentation of signature décor items.

(Credit: Irene Kyriacou & Reedeco – Saint Restaurant) (Photographer: Elsa Young Photography)


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(Image credit: @homelivingspace)

(Image credit: @homelivingspace)

(Image credit: @homelivingspace)

Mirrors and New Circles In a space to reflect on humanity and our place in the world, mirrors form an integral subject matter that speak to who we are. Circular shapes are coming to the fore, with stylised, straight lines used to contrast this smooth flow, while many are looking towards more imperfect shapes. Wood and glass are being incorporated into this Japanese wabi-sabi style, seeking beauty within the imperfect.


Less or more?

Mindful Minimal Interiors’ The Eastern-style simplicity is echoed in Mindful Minimalism which encourages the decluttering of a life in search of harmony. Rather than overconsumption

and unconscious reaction, we are seeking introspection and conscious action. Lighter tones complete this space, envisioned in silence.

(Image credit: @homelivingspace)

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(Image credit: @homelivingspace)

Japandi (or Japanordic) Style Elegance meets minimalism in this Eastern-style trend that hints at wabi-sabi’s search for beauty in imperfection. Muted tones continue in this serene design which incorporates textured finishes – ceramics and woods – with Scandinavian clean lines anchoring this playful design. Maximilism There’s room for layering in 2019 as colour, patterns and texture combine in one fuller décor trend. Pre-conceived ‘clashing’ colours, vibrant patterns and deeper hues – in Maximilism, more is more … but in small doses.

(Image credit: @homelivingspace)


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(Image credit: @homelivingspace)

Wicker Returns The former industrial trends of steel and light have softened into the organic Wicker Trend that is weaving its way into design. Rather than the traditional organic colours, wickerlastic is being rediscovered in the classic black, perfectly partnering with the Geometric Monochrome Trend.

(Image credit: @home The Homeware Store)

Bold Wallpapers Large colour prints, florals, clouds, birds and decadent, abstract patterns have found their place as Bold Wallpapers adhere to interior dĂŠcor trends. Manufactured with innovative waterproof technology, we will even see Bold Wallpapers working into bathrooms and kitchens.

Illuminating Trends The cold, industrial-style lights are being reenvisioned with handblown glass, wicker, wood and stone – fused with copper and gold brass – creating undefined shapes that illuminate every space. The simple, natural lighting styles are being cleverly digitised, allowing for Smart lighting functionality. With the mere touch of a button, every aspect of home illumination can be remotely controlled, offering security and style in one motion.


Back to nature

Dried Botanics Working into the Mindful Minimalism and Japandi trends, dried flowers and branches allow for the vital re-connection with nature without overwhelming the senses. A simple botanic feel with unannounced organic colours root any space with the outdoors.

(Image credit: Bang & Olufsen)

(Image credit: Eurolux)

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Long forgotten spaces

(Credit: Irene Kyriacou & Reedeco – Saint Restaurant) (Photographer: Elsa Young Photography)

Statement Ceilings Referred to as the ‘5th wall’, it seems Michelangelo had it right all along. Ceilings are no longer just functional and forgotten, rather gaining well-deserved attention through intricate paintwork, wooden structures and even digital imagery. Bathroom Design Merely utilitarian no more, the bathroom is an extended living space, with personalised décor, upholstered seating, cushions and clusters of pendant lighting creating a soft sanctuary. This is now a room to de-stress and unwind, away from the demands of work and even home life. (Image credit: @home The Homeware Store)

(Image credit: @homelivingspace)


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(Image: Supplied by Decorex SA)

Interior to exterior Architects, landscapers and designers are working these modern styles into the outdoors. Whereas the exterior was once an afterthought, more conceptualisation is going into making this more than just ‘outside’. Matte roofs with gloss gutters; industrialstyle, red-brick feature walls; neutral palettes combined with steel and raw concrete; upgraded landscaped elements and re-envisioned garage doors and sheds are being integrated into interior design.


The right tone

A vital component of every décor aspect is colour. And you can expect some really exciting tones and hues entering 2019. • Ice cream/gelato pastels on feature walls, dining room chairs, table runners, scatter cushions, vases or doors. A touch of these Spring colours will enliven a room. • Neo mint is a gender-neutral colour with a futuristic feel, forecast to be the colour for 2020.

Night Watch. (Image credit: @homelivingspace)

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• Earthy colours and warm neutrals allow us to transcend the cold, sterile shades of previous years and embrace the warmth of nature. Layers of burnt orange, warm beiges and shades of green create a soothing atmosphere. • Believed to be the colour for 2019, Night Watch is a lush, rich teal which is calming, fresh and healing. • The vibrant Gen Z yellow is being mixed with greys as a pop of colour. It can be used to brighten a door or even a room as a feature wall. • Sage green is a subdued, almost neutral colour that works well with dusty pink, offering a fresh interior accent.


Bloom said the 1970s Home Décor Trend is also finding its place in the 2019 décor and design realm, with boho chic and retro glam reflected in key elements such as lighting, ribbed fabrics and re-used bricks. “The 1970s style calls for bold confidence in colours and shapes with a design that integrates easily into the modern-style trends,” explained Bloom.

(Image credit: @homelivingspace)

“Finally, the Personal Touch Trend will never go out of style. Take inspiration from the emerging trends, but personalise them by adding elements that mean something to you. Trust yourself to know what will revitalise you in your own, safe sanctuary.”

(Image credit: @homelivingspace)


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