Blog/Flooring and Finishes At Clerkenwell

bette unveil new charcoal version of the luxe bathroom collection during clerkenwell design week 2018

Bathroom brand Bette will present the BetteLux Oval Couture collection in a new Carbon finish during Clerkenwell Design Week this year.

 

Warehouse Home returns as proud media partner to Clerkenwell Design Week this year. Running from the 22nd to the 24th of May, the annual interiors event promises an exciting mix of established and emerging brands and designers. Hoping to attend? Visit the Clerkenwell Design Week website to register. We'll see you there!
bene studio collection at clerkenwell design week
A fluid, curved desktop provides ample workspace and storage.

 

 

A dynamic area steeped in industrial heritage, Clerkenwell’s historic buildings house a dynamic array of studios, showrooms, and workshops as the area plays host to world-leading brands as well as exciting emerging designers during Clerkenwell Design Week. This year we look forward to collections and new product launches from exhibiting brands and designers such as BetteBene, and Samuel Heath to name just a few.  

BETTE

Following their debut as first exhibiting bathroom manufacturer last year, Bette returns to showcase a wide range of innovative products in distinct finishes. The BetteLux Oval Couture range, shown above in Carbon, features a freestanding washbasin and matching bath wrapped in waterproof, climate-resistant fabric.

BENE

Austrian brand Bene will unveil their latest collection of office furniture. Suitable for both commercial and residential spaces, Studio by Bene features hairpin legs, a petrol blue finish and plywood reveal making it ideal for warehouse homes.

SAMUEL HEATH

Introducing a second phase of products to the Landmark collection of bathroom hardware, Samuel Heath will return to Clerkenwell this year. Contemporary yet bold and industrial in its styling the Landmark collection is available in a selection of finishes such as City Bronze and Urban Brass.

see the landmark collection by samuel heath at clerkenwell design week 2018

Industrial style levers and sculptural taps are attractive finishing touches. See them at Clerkenwell Design Week.

PARKSIDE

Exhibiting for the first time, new tile specification company Parkside will present two new bathroom concepts in a variety of materials, finishes and colours inside their pop up showroom - an industrial shipping container in St John's Square.

TAKUMI WOODWORK

Using traditional Japanese tools and techniques, Takumi Woodwork creates stylish handmade furniture and accessories from locally sourced hardwoods. Takumi, meaning artisan or craft in Japanese is passionate about creating unique, one-of-a-kind pieces that are intended to last generations. This impressive live edge table with matching stool has a simple but beautiful form.

Running from the 22nd to the 24th of May, Clerkenwell Design Week promises an exciting mix of established and emerging brands and designers. Hoping to attend? Visit the Clerkenwell Design Week website to register. We'll see you there!

contemporary concrete effect tiles from parkside will be on display during clerkenwell design week 2018

Visit new tiling company Parkside at their pop up showroom.

 

contemporary live edge furniture by Takumi Woodwork features at clerkenwell design week

We love the contrast of elegant, contemporary form and raw, live timber edge from this emerging design talent.

 

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