Proper Copper's copper and chrome pan rack and Siene mixer tap are eye-catching designs that will complement any kitchen scheme.
100% Design returns this year for its 24th edition, running from the 19th to the 22nd of September. It is the UK's largest and longest standing annual design event and Warehouse Home is proud to be a media partner. Hoping to attend? Visit the 100% Design website to register. We'll see you there!
Taking place at Olympia London from 19-22 September, 100% Design sits at the heart of the newly formed West Kensington Design District. This year, metal is clearly a trending material across all areas of the design show, from urban rustic designs to luxe industrial pieces. As a proud media partner, we've shared five brands working with metal designs to look out for at the show.
An emerging brand at this year's show, Proper Copper specialise in handcrafted copper homeware designs, including taps, handles and accessories. They'll be showcasing a range of their designs for commercial and home use, as well as new designs conceived from a recent focus on their kitchen taps.
Graypants is a Seattle and Amsterdam-based design studio known for their unique designs, particularly their lighting range. They will present their Chrona lights which combine spun brass and diffused acrylic. The series, available in both horizontal and vertical orientations, resembles the phosphorescent envelope that is found around stars.
British artisans of luxury door hardware, Turnstyle Designs have recently won the Queens Award for Enterprise 2018. At this year's show, they will be launching new products and finishes, including the stunning Matt Black Chrome.
British furniture manufacturers Rigg hand make dining tables, desks and coffee tables, creating their own ranges as well as bespoke items. They work with a range of materials to create their furniture designs, with metals such as zinc and steel frequently being used.
Another emerging brand at this year's show is Urban Metalworks. They create handmade furniture with quality hardwoods and industrial steel from their workshop in West Yorkshire.