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TREND PREVIEW EMILIO PIMENTEL—REID /4–7

With record numbers of international exhibitors, you no longer have to travel overseas to discover the best of what Europe has to offer.

COOKING & DINING /10–14 LIVING /17–21 OUTDOOR /23 CONFESSIONS OF A DESIGN GEEK /28-29 HEART HOME PICKS /30

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Home is no ordinary show, and I’m delighted to report that our pioneering event returns this January with one of the most comprehensive collections of design-led homeware and interior accessories ever presented at a UK trade show. What is more, the majority of exhibitors are exclusive to Home, which really does make it an event you can’t afford to miss. With a comprehensive selection of design styles, from modern to vintage, utility to classic and a truly diverse product range, including furniture, lighting, soft furnishings and more housewares than ever before, a visit to Home is sure to get your year off to the best possible start. In fact, with record numbers of international exhibitors, you no longer have to travel overseas to discover the best of what Europe has to offer.

This preview presents just a small selection of the new products and exhibitors to whet your appetite. At the show you will find even more products to inspire and delight from over 250 carefully chosen suppliers including major international brands, established favourites and exciting newcomers, all chosen for the quality, originality and commercial appeal of their products. Better still, with perennial buyers’ favourite Top Drawer next door and our exciting new-launch CRAFT alongside (a rare trade peek of covetable one-offs from a highly collectable selection of designermakers) you will find irresistible products that sell, at prices that work from well over 1000 companies at our carefully curated and beautifully presented events this January. So please, browse, enjoy, visit our website, plan your journey and book your ticket today. I look forward to seeing you in January. Ian Rudge Brand Director, Top Drawer, Home and Craft

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TREND PREVIEW WHAT EMILIO SAW: TREND PREVIEW HOME 2014

A key destination for in the know editors and buyers, HOME’s designled mix of classic and modern brands offers a unique opportunity for early trend-spotting.

Globe-trotting Editor, Interiors Stylist and Video Blogger Emilio Pimentel-Reid gains exclusive access and previews key trends at the UK’s definitive homewares and accessories show.

The first show of the European season is the event to shop and be inspired by the latest interior products from the UK and beyond.

FLORAL On a prettier note, florals are given a relaxed contemporary edge. Abigail Ryan’s first fabric yardage collection includes the graphic ‘Cosmo’ and ‘Rose’ designs available in ‘Powderpuff, ‘Margarita, ‘Maraschino and the standout ‘Rose Flamingo’. At Laura Loves the delicate ‘Freya Lace’ handmade silk cushion reveals the trend’s softer but very modern vide. Known for her painterly style, don’t miss artist Fi Douglas’ new Bluebellgray ceramics collection for ITTC which blooms with signature flowers for the kitchen and table.

In 2014 strong categories include textiles, tableware, lighting, furniture, glassware/ceramics and kitchenware -sharing a considered approach to design, attention to craftsmanship and often a dash of humour.

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The importance of brass, copper and bronze continues with the metals being most successfully used when paired with other materials. In an exciting year for lighting Plumen’s copper drop cap pendant set is tailor-made to complement the glass tubes of their iconic 001 bulb. A dramatic mix of metallic vases and pots in antiqued and polished finishes at Broste Copenhagen creates a textured effect. Another standout is A.U. Maison’s nesting tables. Copper tops sit on delicate iron frames making this simple yet elegant table perfect on its own or grouped to make an eye-catching coffee table..

Bold designs in black and white are strong this season. The secret to this trend is playing with scale and pattern while keeping the palette monochromatic. Standouts include the new ‘Basalt’ ceramic collection by British designer Nick Munro and Hemingway Design’s ‘Lots of Pop Dots’ wall mural for Surface View. The cork-lidded ‘Leaning Tower of Pasta’ container inspired by the iconic building in Pisa by black + blum and the ‘Camera’ cutting board’ bring the trend into the kitchen. Gary Birks’ ‘Snakes Alive’ mug and Ham’s ‘Bouncing Rabbit’ screen print add a playful touch of animalia while keeping things graphic.

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Evolving from the sweeter palette we’ve seen in previous seasons, pastels are given a more sophisticated feel by pairing them with grey, steel or a punchy colour accent. Ankarsrum ‘s ‘Original Kitchen Machine, a favourite mixer of Swedish cooks and presented at Hot Ideas is fashioned from sturdy chrome and steel which perfectly balances the pearl green base. Another Country’s ‘Soft Series’ weaves pinks, greens and greys in their ‘Small Green Cubes’ pattern and at Jansen + Co’s the ceramic and steel ‘Two Tier’ platter includes a sturdy beech wood plate. Designer Monika Lubkowska-Jonas’ new ‘Haze’ hand-decorated porcelain collection at LSA captures the trends upbeat sensibility.

Contemporary lifestyles demand furniture that is both functional and decorative. This trend is a nod to pieces that are well made and meant to be displayed. Garden Trading’s architectural raw oak’ Hambledon’ round dining table will never need a table cloth. Designed by Design Note studio, Seletti’s ‘Suburbia’ is a new interpretation of wall storage. The design allows you to play around with display objects to create the perfect arrangement. Lozi ‘s ‘Shelf’ draws influence from both organic and geometric shapes to create unique shelving by carefully shaping and bending wood – reducing the need for joints while enhancing the elegance of the design. Inspired by travel, Wayfarer’s ‘System-S ‘ stool is light, easily movable and precisely constructed.

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RICH BLUES Covetable shades of blue and bluishgreens are popular in a range of materials and finishes. At Skandium, Alvar Aalto’s fluid new ‘Rain’ mouth blown glass vase for Iittala, plays with the colour’s translucency. Broste Copenhagen’s wood ‘Magni’, ‘Janis’ and ‘Dolls’ collections and the new ‘Soft Series’ jacquard woven wool fabrics by Ruth Duff for Another Country are brought to life by successfully combining and layering subtle hues. Hard to miss, Seletti’s playful porcelain with rubber paint finish ‘Submarino’ sets the tone for colourful bathroom fun.

EMILIO PIMENTEL-REID Emilio Pimentel-Reid is an Editor, Video Blogger and one of the UK’s foremost interiors stylists. He regularly contributes to international online and print publications and is an authority in Style, Design and Trend Direction. In 2012 he received Crown Paint’s Innovator of the Year award.

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SUPPORTING NEW DESIGN TALENT: THE COADG BURSARY

THE 2014 SHORTLIST This year’s shortlist comprises another five incredibly strong talents: Annabel Perrin, Keith Varney, Taz Pollard, Fanny Shorter and Nancy Straughan. I was keen to find out how they felt when they realised they’d made the shortlist… “I was utterly thrilled, I even did a dance around the room!” said Annabel. “This has been the absolute highlight of my first year of business.”

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Keith said, “I have to admit to being completely stunned by the news that I’d been shortlisted. It was one of those moments when I had to look twice, as I couldn’t believe my eyes. I’m always thankful for any success and the good things that happen to me, often when I least expect them!”

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2013 saw Stolen Form, Thorody, Psalt Design and Joss Barton make the shortlist and Jessica Hogarth win the bursary, which included a free stand at Home London worth £2,441, mentoring from Mini Moderns, Seen PR and HAM, and coverage via confessions of a design geek and Home. Jessica said, “Winning the confessions of a design geek bursary was great for my business on so many levels. It was a fantastic start to 2013. I gained new stockists, received invaluable press exposure, and made some great new friends. As a result of being at the show, I am now working on a collaboration with Graham and Brown, which is a dream come true!”

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The 2014 bursary is worth a whopping £10,000 and includes a free stand at Home; coverage via Home-London.net and confessions of a design geek; bespoke stand wall coverings from wallunica; the winner’s product stocked in the Southbank Centre Shop and included in the window display; a photo shoot with Yeshen Venema; a film shoot with R&A Collaborations; one year’s Design Trust Business Club membership; and mentoring from: Adam Thow, Head of Buying at The Southbank Centre Shop, David Gorrod from Seen PR, Keith Stephenson and Mark Hampshire aka Mini Moderns, Jo Robinson from HAM, Justyna Sowa from Decorum, Daniel Nelson from October Communications, Patricia van den Akker, Director of The Design Trust, and of course last year’s winner, Jessica Hogarth.

“I was absolutely thrilled and extremely flattered,” said Fanny. “I went home and tidied until two o’clock in the morning because sleep wasn’t really an option! Just applying for the bursary has really fired me up so I was incredibly happy to have been shortlisted.”

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“How did I feel when I found out I’d been shortlisted?” said Taz. “Well, I did a little dance around the house in my PJs but I am not sure everyone wants to know that! I was excited, surprised, overwhelmed and very happy!” Nancy said, “I was absolutely thrilled when I discovered I’d made the shortlist! When I entered the competition my thought process was ‘Well, I should give it a shot.’ I never expected to make it to the final five!

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Of course, I had all my fingers crossed and hoped to be shortlisted but it was definitely a very pleasant surprise!” At the time of going to press over 3,000 people have cast their vote and it’s still too close to call. Visit confessionsofadesigngeek.com to find out who the final winner was, and make sure you visit their stand and the confessions of a design geek bursary stand. With thanks to confessions of a design geek bursary partners the Southbank Centre Shop, wallunica, Yeshen Venema, R&A Collaborations, Seen PR, Mini Moderns, HAM, Decorum, October Communications, The Design Trust and Jessica Hogarth. The COADG Bursary winner and shortlist will be on stands A55 and B44.

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THE HEART HOME CUT: PRESENTING THEIR PICK OF THE NEW HEART HOME AT HOME LONDON This year at Home London, Heart Home magazine are launching a ‘New Designers’ stand, where they will be showcasing a selected group of UK only small brands that need a little extra help in promoting their products. Heart Home magazine is the leading, digital magazine in the UK interiors and lifestyle sector, packed full of affordable inspiration for its readers. Launched in September 2011, this quarterly magazine celebrates all that is unique and good about interior décor and lifestyle and champions independent British designers.

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Co-founders and co-editors, Arianna Trapani & Carole King have carefully curated a group of talented designers showcasing a series of products ranging from wallpapers to illustrations to textiles and much more. Arianna goes on to say ‘we were looking for designs that were original, fun and that represent the Heart Home aesthetic’. Both being extremely passionate about helping designers and constantly on the look out for new British talent, this seemed like the perfect opportunity. ‘WE FEEL THERE IS NO OTHER BETTER TRADE SHOW THAN HOME LONDON TO PROMOTE UPCOMING DESIGNERS’ - CAROLE KING.

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95% – D29/ A MIND’S EYE – A37/ A W HAINSWORTH & SONS LTD – L39/ AAREVELO & IDEA INTERNATIONAL – H45/ ABIGAIL*RYAN HOMEWARES – K64/ ABSOLUTE ZERO DEGREES – H41/ ALESSI SPA - ITALY – F41/ ALISON APPLETON LTD – E60/ ALISON MAC – C64/ ALISON MILNER – C50/ AMBASSADOR TEXTILES – M54/ ANKARSRUM – A15/ ANORAK – D41/ ANOTHER COUNTRY – D37/ ARTEK – G31/ ARY TRAYS AB – F19/ ASSEMBLYROOM LTD – F46/ AU MAISON – M45/ AUTHENTICS LTD – D35/ AVENIDA HOME – B40/ BANKE KUKU TEXTILES – A42/ BACSAC – E32/ BEAST IN SHOW/TO DRY FOR – A32/ BETTY BOYNS – N60/ BEULAH HOMES ACCESSORIES LIMITED – L50/ BIG TOMATO – C33/ BITTEN – A35/ BLACK + BLUM – F7/ BLISS HOME – J9/ BLOCK DESIGN – G48/ BLOMUS GMBH – E9/ BLOOMINGVILLE A/S – M31/ BLUEBELLGRAY – B19/ BLUE DOT POTTERY – F63/ BOB CROOKS: FIRST GLASS – A30/ BOCOCO – D51/ BOHEMIA MACHINE S.R.O. – B38/ BOJJE – C45/ BOLD AND NOBLE – G50/ BRAIDED RUG COMPANY – K50/ BRONTE TWEEDS – L7/ BROSTE COPENHAGEN A/S – L31/ BUGATTI – B19/ BUTTERCUP CHINA – A23/ BUTTONFLY – B49/ BY NORD – G29/ CHALK WOVENS – L63/ CHIVE UK – K45/ CLARE CUTTS – A48/ COACH HOUSE – N21/ COADG BURSARY – A55 & B44/ CREATIVE TOPS LTD - SAVORA – D7/ CREATIVE TOPS LTD - MIKASA – D9/ DAR LEONE – L42/ DENBY BRANDS LTD – B21/ DESIGN IDEAS – D21/ DIGITATA LTD. – B64/ DOHMUS LTD – G41/ EFIE – E63/ EIGHTMOOD – L21/ EL MEU COIXI – M44/ ELEANOR STUART – A53/ ELIA INTERNATIONAL LTD – C21/ ELITE GIFT BOXES – A51/ ELLA DORAN DESIGN – H9/ EMILY MAUDE – K61/ EPE INTERNATIONAL – B19/ ÉTOILE HOME – L44/ EVA SOLO – E7/ F.P.E – C10/ FENELLA SMITH – K40/ FENTONARTDESIGN – C44/ FERM LIVING – F29/ FLUX STOKE ON TRENT – D32/ FORMA HOUSE LIMITED - QDO/ CAPVENTURE – F21/ FORMA HOUSE LIMITED – G21/ FORMA HOUSE LIMITED - BUILT – E21/ FOXFORD – M35/ FRATELLI GUZZINI SPA – F31/

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A new trade event for the UK 1

12  –  14 Jan 2014 Earls Court, London Co-located with Top Drawer & Home

is a celebration of the handmade, an exciting new show that perfectly complements Home and Top Drawer, fulfilling the increasing demand from buyers for products with personality and provenance. offers retailers, galleries and collectors a unique opportunity to see the work of over 100 leading UK and International designer-makers, to discover covetable one-offs from a highly collectable selection of designer-makers all vetted by a jury for excellence and originality.

2 1. EMERGENTS MAKERS, EILEEN GATT, CC26 2. HARRIET CLASLIN, CE23 3. BEN RAWLINSON, BESPOKE DESIGN, CE13 4. EMERGENTS MAKERS, MERLIN PLANTEROSE, CC25 5. NORMAN YAP, CD13

We are confident you will discover products your customers will love. I am delighted to announce the launch of . A serious trade event with the potential to attract International interest is something the UK has previously been lacking. While there are numerous opportunities for makers to meet consumers there has not been an opening for makers who are interested in developing commercial trade prospects. I’m looking forward to helping fill this gap.

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We look forward to seeing you in January, Ian & Piyush

Register to attend at www.craft-london.com

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Wooden Bowl by Eleanor Lakelin

I am so excited to be involved with this fantastic opportunity for designer-makers as I do believe there is a huge potential for Crafts both in the UK and worldwide. Everyone is now looking for something special, something handmade.

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