Britain might have opted to exit the EU this summer but there was still a fabulous global feel to the London Design Festival this year. From Decorex to Design Junction via the various creative quarters and design districts we had the opportunity to check out the latest and hottest interior design and home décor trends! Here are our highlights of this fantastic week:   A new home for Design Junction One of the most exciting developments was the relocation of Design Junction, moving to the thriving Granary Square in King’s Cross. The area outside Central Saint Martins was filled with installations, the main focus of this year’s event being a two-floor lighting/furniture pavilion in Lewis Cubitt Square. The whimsical, clam pendants from Decode  were one of the most stunning lighting installations we saw all week, as well as the ornate light fittings from 7 Gods Lighting which also reflect the brass and black trend that we have seen...

We love design and everything related to it. From interiors to home furnishings and decor pieces, we are always looking for the best pieces to add to our portfolio. Today we are really proud to share the news that Duistt, one of the brands we represent, has two unique design pieces shortlisted for the renowned Design et al International Product Design Awards, the Isabella Lounge Chair and Julius Chair. Created in the city of Porto in 2014 Duistt is a home furnishings brand specialising in upholstery. It combines the uniqueness of handmade craftsmanship inspired by Portuguese tradition, with the best that modern design has to offer. If you want to hear more about this young and vibrant brand, already considered one of the best emerging brands to showcase in the 100% Design this September, sit back and enjoy what founder and designer Olga Torres shared with us in this first Open Plan...