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Decorex International 2013

Decorex International 2013

Decorex International this year is fantastic. You will always find one or two suppliers that impress you and that demonstrate real creativity and ingenuity of design. This year I found particularly impressive and hopefully our pictures will speak for themselves. Cox London features again and to no surprise as they...
Ceramic Sensation | Reynoldsware

Ceramic Sensation | Reynoldsware

What better way to start the blog rolling again than to introduce you to a sensational ceramicist, Daniel Reynolds. I used a lot of his beautiful vases, bowls, cups and general wonderfulness  on a recent project and it completed the look. Accessorising an interior is actually something that I find...
A Handle for Detail : Knobs

A Handle for Detail : Knobs

A successful interior, apart from the clever selection of larger key items of furniture, fabric and fittings, usually boils down to the detail. Detail can be simple or intricate it doesn’t matter but good interior detailing, consistent with the style of the room, can make all the difference between a...
How about Horsehair?

How about Horsehair?

Today we would like to discuss the use of horsehair for interiors. Apart from the longstanding use of horsehair by upholsterers as a stuffing for seating in general it can also be woven into a richly textured, deep coloured plain or patterned fabric. As a fabric it is not only...
Decorex International 2012 - Our Top Picks

Decorex International 2012 – Our Top Picks

Today was a good day at Decorex with some exciting new designs on show. Have a look at what we consider “best in show”. From Luke Irwin – London – we love this rug.   There are two great wallcovering suppliers we spotted that are worth a mention. Biden Designs...
Toyine Sellers : Atelier of Texture and Design

Toyine Sellers : Atelier of Texture and Design

Interiors Monologue was introduced to the fabrics of Toyine Sellers last year and was so impressed with her wonderfully original and luxurious fabric and rug designs, woven in silk, mohair wool, linen, leather and metallic threads, that we placed an order almost straight away for a residential client. After the...
Best of British Interior Design: Top picks of House & Garden's Directory of the 100 Leading Interior Designers

Best of British Interior Design: Top picks of House & Garden’s Directory of the 100 Leading Interior Designers

Susan Crewe and her team at House & Garden magazine have carefully selected one hundred interior designers in Britain that are top of their game and who represent the broad stylistic array of interior design on offer in this country. Interiors Monologue, have their favourites as no doubt most of...
Light Making by Lindsey Adelman Studio

Light Making by Lindsey Adelman Studio

When Interiors Monologue first encountered the lighting company Lindsey Adelman Studio (New York) we were blown away by their originality, elegant simplicity and exceptional style and as soon as we had the opportunity to specify one of their pendants we did! Now we have the opportunity to write about Lindsey and her studio...
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A Handle for Detail : Knobs

A Handle for Detail : Knobs

A successful interior, apart from the clever selection of larger key items of furniture, fabric and fittings, usually boils down to the detail. Detail can be simple or intricate it doesn’t matter but good interior detailing, consistent with the style of the room, can make all the difference between a room that works and a...
Decorative Review: Masterpiece London 2012

Decorative Review: Masterpiece London 2012

This week we visited one of the world’s leading art and antiques fairs, Masterpiece London 2012. It attracts thousands of people passionate about cars, wine, contemporary design, exquisite jewellery and the best of the fine and decorative arts. The marquee has an exterior cladding like the facade of a Sir Christopher Wren building and inside there are...
Auction Edit: Christie's London, Works of Art from the Collection of The late Lord Forte & An Interior by Francoise de Pfyffer

Auction Edit: Christie’s London, Works of Art from the Collection of The late Lord Forte & An Interior by Francoise de Pfyffer

As you leaf through the catalogue of this Sale (No. 6451) which will take place at 8 King Street, St James’s, London on Thursday 12 July at 10.30am, you will find many beautiful and rare antiques, art and artefacts. There is no hope of faithfully conveying the variety and richness of this sale inventory, however,...
Best of British Interior Design: Top picks of House & Garden's Directory of the 100 Leading Interior Designers

Best of British Interior Design: Top picks of House & Garden’s Directory of the 100 Leading Interior Designers

Susan Crewe and her team at House & Garden magazine have carefully selected one hundred interior designers in Britain that are top of their game and who represent the broad stylistic array of interior design on offer in this country. Interiors Monologue, have their favourites as no doubt most of you do and we wanted...
Auction Edit: Sotheby's New York: Important 20th Century Design

Auction Edit: Sotheby’s New York: Important 20th Century Design

Having shown you the auction edit of the upcoming Christie’s sale of important 20th century decorative art and design it would be strange if not a little unfair not to edit “Important 20th Cenury Design” sale held by Sotheby’s in New York on 13th June 2012 – the day before. Despite the common theme these...
Auction Edit: Christie's New York: Important 20th Century Decorative Art and Design, 14th June 2012

Auction Edit: Christie’s New York: Important 20th Century Decorative Art and Design, 14th June 2012

This is Interiors Monologue’s first auction edit of a Christie’s sale in New York –  Important 20th Century Decorative Art and Design (sale 2569). The sale is packed with historically significant items by designers such as Le Corbusier, Frank Lloyd Wright, T. H. Robsjohn Gibbings and Tiffany Studios to name a few. The (e-) catalogue is...
David Hockney RA: A Bigger Picture vs Christie's: Hockney on Paper

David Hockney RA: A Bigger Picture vs Christie’s: Hockney on Paper

It took Christies (London) three years to put together Hockney on Paper that previewed and went on sale in the first month of the Royal Academy of Arts opening David Hockney RA: A Bigger Picture. It is no co-incidence that the two were exhibited simultaneously and also that in late 2011 Christopher Sykes launched his biography of the...
Abstract Wall Tapestries by Studio Claudy Jongstra

Abstract Wall Tapestries by Studio Claudy Jongstra

Claudy Jongstra (b.1963) is an internationally acclaimed Dutch artist of large scale wall tapestries. Her work can be seen all over the world in displays at the V & A Museum in London, MOMA in New York, Fries Museum in Leeuwarden as well as many other public spaces such as the headquarters of the United...
Handmade in England: Tailored Furniture by Stuart Scott Associates

Handmade in England: Tailored Furniture by Stuart Scott Associates

Integrity, quality, detail, innovation, style, and restraint are all major qualities that define a good producer/supplier of high end furniture. Any company who markets itself as a supplier of high end interior wares should always consider these simple ingredients of good design before approaching an interior designer. Many sadly do not. At Interiors Monologue we...
Delight in the Detail: Introducing Cox London

Delight in the Detail: Introducing Cox London

Detail defines the work of an interior designer. You can detail to your hearts content but if you cannot rely on the company making and/or supplying the product then its hopeless. Hopeless I tell you! Any concern about detail is eradicated when dealing with Cox London and Cox Workshops (both founded and directed by Nicola and...
Auction Edit: Christie's Interiors, London South Kensington, 15 May 2012, Sale 6027

Auction Edit: Christie’s Interiors, London South Kensington, 15 May 2012, Sale 6027

On 15th May at 10am Christie’s South Kensington will begin their Interiors Sale (6027). There is a large selection of antique furniture, lighting, art and ceramics to see with many of the contents from the collection of Sir Patrick Leigh Fermor’s Mill Farm, Dumbleton in Gloucestershire. Sir Patrick Leigh Fermor was a highly regarded travel...
Decorex International 2013

Decorex International 2013

Decorex International this year is fantastic. You will always find one or two suppliers that impress you and that demonstrate real creativity and ingenuity of design. This year I found particularly impressive and hopefully our pictures will speak for themselves. Cox London features again and to no surprise as they won the Best Craftsmanship Aware...
Ceramic Sensation | Reynoldsware

Ceramic Sensation | Reynoldsware

What better way to start the blog rolling again than to introduce you to a sensational ceramicist, Daniel Reynolds. I used a lot of his beautiful vases, bowls, cups and general wonderfulness  on a recent project and it completed the look. Accessorising an interior is actually something that I find the most difficult as there...
How about Horsehair?

How about Horsehair?

Today we would like to discuss the use of horsehair for interiors. Apart from the longstanding use of horsehair by upholsterers as a stuffing for seating in general it can also be woven into a richly textured, deep coloured plain or patterned fabric. As a fabric it is not only hard wearing and stain resistant...
Decorex International 2012 - Our Top Picks

Decorex International 2012 – Our Top Picks

Today was a good day at Decorex with some exciting new designs on show. Have a look at what we consider “best in show”. From Luke Irwin – London – we love this rug.   There are two great wallcovering suppliers we spotted that are worth a mention. Biden Designs – London – specialists in...
Toyine Sellers : Atelier of Texture and Design

Toyine Sellers : Atelier of Texture and Design

Interiors Monologue was introduced to the fabrics of Toyine Sellers last year and was so impressed with her wonderfully original and luxurious fabric and rug designs, woven in silk, mohair wool, linen, leather and metallic threads, that we placed an order almost straight away for a residential client. After the success of the first order...
Ancient Inspiration: The Klismos Chair

Ancient Inspiration: The Klismos Chair

The art and design world owe a lot to the aesthetic sophistication and craftsmanship of the ancient Greeks besides the small fact they are also responsible, in part, for establishing the foundation blocks of Western culture. One may not be aware that many of the styles and shapes of furniture that fill our homes are...
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