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Scottish Interiors: LDN Press Release

31-Aug-2017 2:32 PM | Kimberley White (Administrator)

See the finest Scottish Interiors all together in one exciting new London venue this September 2017 at Scottish Interiors: LDN

 

Harris Madras Fabric Collection by MYB Textiles


Buyers, architects, and influencers are invited to an exclusive view of the latest collections and meet Scotland’s world renowned interior companies personally over the 18th and 19th September 2017 at striking new venue, 58 Victoria Embankment, London EC4Y ODR.

Over the two days, 25 Scottish interiors and lifestyle designer makers, manufacturers and brands will showcase a variety of their latest stunning concepts including floor coverings, textiles, leather, outdoor, furniture, and wallpapers. Among those debuting new work are Araminta Campbell Ltd, Charlotte James Furniture & MYB Textiles.

Alongside the walk-through aesthetic, there will be an opportunity to meet one-on-one with the Scottish brands to discuss interior design specialist needs in one place this year, before they show at Decorex, London Design Festival, Design Junction and Focus across the city.

Exhibitors selected by national body Textiles Scotland include Bute Fabrics, Harris Tweed Hebrides, Laura Spring, and Anta; amongst many others which can be viewed here. The event will also feature a preview of Craft Scotland’s pavilion Scotland: Craft & Design (in partnership with Emergents) for the London Design Fair, and five emerging Scottish designers tipped as ‘Ones to Watch’ supported by Creative Scotland.

Design for Breakfast, the preview breakfast morning offers a unique chance to meet all the driving forces behind Scotland’s reputable industry, taking place from 9-11am on Monday 18th September.

Visit http://scottishinteriorsLDN.com to view exhibitors and register, or contact info@scottishinteriorsLDN.com with any queries.



Press: For hi-res imagery, interviews and any questions, please email Kimberley White on kimberley@textilescotland.com.

Scottish Interiors: LDN will take place at Scotland House between 9am-5pm on the 18th and 19th of September.

The event is free to attend, with prior registration necessary for security purposes.

Textiles Scotland would advise registering as soon as possible to avoid missing out on the best of Scottish interior design talent in one curated specialist space.

Scotland House, a new London workspace for supporting Scotland’s growth in London and beyond, will host an invitation only reception on the 5th Floor of 58 Victoria Embankment on the evening of Monday the 18th, with esteemed designer Tanis Paul giving an opening speech. Tanis will share snippets of her wealth of expertise in design, consulting, and management; garnered from her experience across the globe.



Textiles Scotland is the membership organisation representing the needs of Scotland's textile design and manufacturing sector, to build on its strengths to work together in a rapidly changing global industry. We aim to benefit members through interaction and collaboration with industry partners and colleagues; by providing access to information and assistance, and promoting Scottish textile products and companies to buyers, suppliers and interested parties.

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Scotland House is a flexible home-from-home workspace.  With high quality facilities, a central location and competitive membership rates, it takes your business where it needs to be while visiting the capital.  With significant market opportunities and more investors than any other city, London is the perfect platform to build your network and expand your reach.  What makes Scotland House unique, is its focus on supporting Scotland’s growth in London and beyond.

Scotland House provides a base from which to make connections and grow your business.  Whether you want to host an event, use the meeting rooms or take advantage of their hot desk facilities, Scotland House offers state-of-the-art technology and bespoke facilities that have been designed for their Members’ use.  Free WiFi is available to all Members.  The in-house team is on hand to provide support and guidance, as well as offering an extensive programme of business themed events.

Craft Scotland is the national development agency for craft. They put makers at the heart of all they do, championing diverse and high-quality contemporary craft. They help people learn about, appreciate and buy craft, promoting the contribution of craft to Scotland’s cultural, economic and social well-being.

Through exhibitions and events programmes, digital platforms and strategic partnerships, they provide leadership for the sector. They create opportunities for makers to develop their creative and business practice, and to exhibit and sell work in Scotland and beyond. They are a registered charity supported by Creative Scotland.

Creative Scotland is the public body that supports the arts, screen and creative industries across all parts of Scotland on behalf of everyone who lives, works or visits here.  They enable people and organisations to work in and experience the arts, screen and creative industries in Scotland by helping others to develop great ideas and bring them to life.  They distribute funding provided by the Scottish Government and the National Lottery. For further information about Creative Scotland please visit creativescotland.com and follow @creativescots and facebook.com/CreativeScotland.



List of all 26 companies exhibiting at Scottish Interiors LDN:

·         Andrew Muirhead

·         Anta

·         Araminta Campbell Ltd

·         Begg & Co

·         Bespoke Atelier

·         Bute

·         Charlotte James Furniture

·         Decoupage

·         Eribe

·         Harris Tweed Hebrides

·         Iona Crawford

·         Jilli Blackwood

·         Laura Spring

·         Leigh Bagley

·         Lovat Mill

·         MYB Textiles

·         Natasha Marshall

·         Shearer Candles

·         Studio Roam

·         Tensarc

·         The Isle Mill

·         The Plan

·         Transcal

·         Turnberry Rugworks

·         Wendy Morrison Design

Creative Scotland’s Emerging Designer Display:

·         Green Thomas
·         Heather Shields
·         Mairi Helena
·         Moody Monday
·         Warped Textiles


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