Clerkenwell Design Week to display latest interior trends

Monday, 4 April 2011 9:56 PM

Homeowners who can’t make it to Milan’s Salone Furniture Fair later this month needn’t wait too long to catch a glimpse of the latest products and interiors trends.

That’s because Clerkenwell Design Week (CDW) will be providing unrivalled access to many of the new products making their debut in Milan.

Kicking off on May 24, CDW will display a wide variety of new and existing interior products, as well as a selection of the hottest trends that make it big in Milan this month.

Amongst the items already confirmed to be on display at CDW include the latest from floor specialists, Flooring Concepts; the brand new lighting collection from interior products designer, Nigel Coates; and the Woody and Moody wood seating range from Andreu World.

Other new products that will be on show include an elegant I-desk by Marcel Wanders, a medieval-inspired Gothic Chair by Studio Job, the multitask Extension Chair by Sjoerd Vroonl and the new Moooi carpets collection by Wanders & Studio Job.
 

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