Anne Haimes Interior Design

London Spring Design Week 2019

Sleek Cabinetry

A common theme with new furniture launched at London Design Week 2019 is cabinetry with narrow profiled framework, this gives the opportunity for completely handleless drawers and doors. In interiors currently, we are seeing sleek and seamless design. Clean lines, but also a focus on dual materials, whether it be wood, metal, silk gloss lacquer or leather. Anne Haimes

Sleek & Seamless Design
Sleek & Seamless Design

Jewel Murano Cocktail Collection

An exciting addition to the Tom Faulkner Lily Cocktail collection is the introduction of beautiful, jewel coloured Murano glass tops. The choice of colours include ochre, emerald, burnt orange and deep green, giving the opportunity to introduce an added dimension and richness to an interior scheme. Anne Haimes

Jewel colour Murano Cocktail stools
Jewel colour Murano Cocktail tables

Terrazzo

White marble has been a popular choice for flooring and countertops in luxury kitchens and bathrooms over recent years, but now is the time for change! This season we are turning to Terrazzo for inspiration. Terrazzo offers a luxurious appearance, together with an endless choice of colours, tones and patterns. Terrazzo can also be used on table tops, small cabinets. With so many different styles available, we have the opportunity to create really unique designs. Anne Haimes

Terrazzo Marble
Terrazzo Marble

Hand Crafted Lighting at London Spring Design Week

We are excited to see a welcomed addition to the Fox Linton showroom, lighting from CTO. They showcased, hand crafted light fittings in bronze, satin brass, hand blow glass and alabaster. CTO not only offer their own product range but also a bespoke lighting service. Their refined designs offer the essence of modern luxury. Anne Haimes

Hand Crafted Lighting
Hand Crafted Lighting

Bringing splashes of colour into the home

Colour, Colour, Colour; let’s bring on spring! Bringing splashes of colour into the home has always been a favourite aspect within design. At Design Centre, Chelsea Harbour we visited ‘Timorous Beasties’ and became truly inspired. Seeing the collections by ‘No.9‘. also highlighted the true definition of bold and bright colours. Demonstrating how strong and bright colour can become soft and warming, dependent on the space it is growing within. Emma Lister

Splash of vibrant colour in every space
London Spring Design Week 2019

Punchy colour and Ethnic artwork 

Entering Andrew Martin‘s showroom, you are faced with vibrant coloured walls, patterned rugs and a bright array of cushions! Whilst the upholstered pieces remain neutral, they are brought to life with the introduction of colour. Displays include quirky sculptures and collected antiques. To enhance the walls further, powerful graphics and ethnic artworks are displayed. Collectively creating a cool and individual vibe. Cathy English

Punchy colour
Punchy colour
Ethnic artwork
Ethnic artwork 
Punchy colour and Ethnic artwork
London Spring Design Week 2019

Memories of Summer

Last year we had a great english summer. The design houses are showing fabric collections to help us remember those long and sunny summer days.  Joyful, bright and colourful fabrics. Neat patterns to brighten up our homes in the lead up to the warmer weather.  Some of the colour and patterns would also look fabulous as cushions in the garden. Perfect on bench seating and garden loungers. Creating a relaxed and inviting space for outdoor living. Julie Gotts

Memories of Summer
Memories of Summer