Blog/Designjunction: 3 Must See Exhibitors

Process image of splat tableware by Granby Workshop

Granby Workshop will present Splatware, a colourful patterned tableware at designjunction this year.


Brogue collection side table by Bethan Gray

The Brogue collection was inspired by the beauty of coloured marble.

In this its seventh year, designjunction returns to London’s Kings Cross during London Design Festival with an exciting itinerary of pop up shops, installations and featured brands. Read as we share 3 must see designers forming this year’s stellar line-up.


Liverpool based social enterprise, Granby Workshop will unveil SPLATWARE; a new line of experimental homeware products as part of an interactive space hosted by global creative platform Kickstarter and design collective Assemble.


Award-winning designer, Bethan Gray combines a passion for luxurious natural materials (leather, marble and solid wood) with an extensive knowledge of craftsmanship and cutting-edge technologies. The beginning of 2017 saw the launch of Bethan’s first wallpaper collection in collaboration with NLXL. See more of her work in Warehouse Home Issue Five.


A thoughtful collection of honest products designed for everyday use, online home and lifestyle store Oggetto is a Warehouse Home favourite. With a clear emphasis on objects of character and integrity, quality, longevity, and craftsmanship is authoritative. 

This is a Warehouse Home promotion. We only collaborate with partners who represent the Warehouse Home aesthetic and are of expected genuine interest to our readers.

Vintage mid century sofa in green styled with yellow and green decorative cushions

We featured Oggetto in this contemporary scheme styled by Hannah Franklin and photographed by Oliver Perrott in Warehouse Home Issue Six.


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