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Here at amor interiors we are proud to offer a complementary interior design service. We work with you to create a living or working environment to suit your individual needs and lifestyle. Whether you require a pair of curtains or a full refurbishment, from conception to completion we will endeavour to capture your brief and deliver a cost effective solution to your project.
We embrace beautiful period interiors and exciting contemporary schemes and understand approaching an overall scheme by yourself can be a daunting process. Let our team of experienced, passionate interior designers evaluate, assist and guide you in making design choices tailored to suit you. Together our team of interior designers have experience across all areas of design, including both residential and commercial design, as well as knowledge of AutoCad, sketching and fabric design. We can provide you with CAD Plan Layouts, samples, and skilled hand drawn sketches which will effectively help you to visualise what your finished outcome will look like. To compliment our service, our expert team of fitters are also trained to add those quality finishing touches to your project and our passion for design innovation and attention to detail has seen clients returning to us time and time again.
Our design centre is based on the Suffolk/Essex border; just an hour West is Cambridge, under a hour South is Chelmsford, London is an hour and a half South all with excellent train and bus links to Ipswich, Bury St Edmunds, Colchester and London.
Suffolk Pastel interior schemes
The theme for the exhibition was ‘Vivant’ and some designs were well and truly alive and vibrant. Verde Profilo showcased a stand with furniture covered in white moss. The moss, which doesn’t need watering and doesn’t grow, is a great way of introducing green spaces to urban gardeners.
Moss art from Verde Profilo
Sustainable designs popped up here and there, most notably in the form of Elizabeth Leriche’s ‘First Food’ installation. With a centrepiece vegetable chandelier, the installation demonstrated that raw food can be used in more ways than just consumption. Vegetable colour from parsnips and carrots for instance, dye fabrics in an eco-friendly way.
Molo honeycomb structures
Eco is certainly a trend that won’t fade; many stands had invested in recycled materials and transformed them into cutting edge objects. Molo had one of the most inspiring stands with honeycomb structured cardboard filling up an entire room. From sturdy tables to lamps, it showed that furniture needn’t be your normal fabric and plastic/wood combination. Citylight’s 100 per cent biodegradable eco pendant boasted green credentials as well, as it was made from natural materials such as bamboo powder and peanut shells.
Animal shapes are clearly another micro-trend for the year. Brands displayed lamps in the form of dogs, cow dressers, ostrich tables and naturally, animal-printed fabrics. Nature has taken a big step inside. The furry stools at Polls Potten and Christian Lacroix’s butterfly wallpaper at Designer’s Guild, showed the way.
Simple design from Muuto
Nature could also be seen in all the wooden furniture that formed part of the ever-present Scandinavian . Whether the wood was coloured or untreated, it was the material of choice for most. Normann Copenhagen, Muuto and Menu were some of the true Scandinavian brands represented, but Dutch, German and Italian designers also showcased functional and democratic minimalism, many reminiscent of Shaker style
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