The Patternbank team are pleased to bring you their first report from London’s Spring 2014 Top Drawer and HOME shows. (A free downloadable report!)
This report pulls together inspiring design and exciting creativity from greetings and wrap to cutting-edge interiors. We’re sure you’ll find this an interesting and inspiring snapshot into what’s new in 2014. If you’ve missed the show, we offer a quick overview – free PDF downloadable report useful to keep you up to date with all the key giftware, stationary and interior trends & developments happening for Spring/Summer 2014.
Top Drawer have embarked on their third decade of exhibitions and the show has continued to go from strength to strength. Every year top Draw aim to bring innovative new products and designers to their show, offering over 800 exhibitors with unique design-led ideas and commercial appeal.
Along side Top Draw, HOME exhibited for its third year, doubling its capacity. This season HOME brought together 250 of the very best modern and classic brands from around the globe, 80% of these were showing exclusively at HOME. The show is proud to champion new British design, hosting the best British-based designers in the ‘Homegrown’ area, giving visitors and press access to fresh new talent and the hottest trends.
27 exhibitor highlights for Spring/Summer 2014
Over 30 pages of inspirational Stationary, Gift & Interiors intelligence
Featured in the report: 1973 – Valilla – Akin & Suri – Beast in Show –Ella Doran– Emily Maude – Étoile Home – Fanny Shorter – Fenton – Hemingway Designs – Jennie Maizels – Judy Lumley – Justine Ellis – Kristina Dam Studio – L.W. – Pleased to Meet – Rice – Royal Doulton – Scintilla – Shoppe Mini Moderns – Sian Elin – Timbergram – Wetpaint – Whitbread & Wilkinson – Zeena – Heart Home Magazine
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This report pulls together inspiring design and exciting creativity from greetings and wrap to cutting-edge interiors. We’re sure you’ll find this an interesting and inspiring snapshot into what’s new in 2014.