Supplier of the Week: FRAUMAIER

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FRAUMAIER work from a 500 year old house in South Germany from where they design colourful and light hearted lamps and shades for client’s homes through to restaurants and bars. We spoke with owner, Felix, to find… Continue reading

Supplier of the Week: Very Wood

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Very Wood is our Supplier of the Week; 6 – 12 February. Reinterpreting classic Italian design   Very Wood reinterpret classic “Made in Italy” pieces to give a contemporary feel. Working with FSC and PEFC… Continue reading

Supplier of the Week: qoowl

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qoowl create industrially styled designs using materials and shapes to result in a collection of products that grab attention due to the sophisticated, yet playful and customisable nature of them. Exploring where the materials came… Continue reading

Supplier of the Week: Casa Botelho

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Casa Botelho take insights from over 22-years in global luxury retail to create statement occasional furniture that leads you to believe it is a necessity. This new brand works with textures and materials that evoke a uniqueness to their products.… Continue reading

The Best of M&O 2017

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At Masion et Objet this year one thing was clear, this year’s products are taking inspiration from cosmology and all things space. The cosmic theme could be seen throughout the show and here… Continue reading

Essential trade tips for Interior Designers in this Toolbox Talk from Benchmark, Solomon&Wu & eporta

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Benchmark’s popular Toolbox Talks are a series of conversations between individuals and companies who are experts in their craft with the aim of providing better knowledge and understanding of materials and skill in… Continue reading

Supplier of the Week: Addicted to Patterns

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Addicted to Patterns are a UK design brand who specialise in detailed, illustrative wallpapers. With wallpapers and feature walls set to be big in 2017, this new name to the market is definitely one to… Continue reading

Supplier of the Week: Larforma

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Larforma are a Portuguese design brand who specialise in upholstery. They work with local artisans and craftsmen to create their classic and contemporary designs which have been used in boutique palace hotels through to luxury… Continue reading

Supplier of the Week: Santa & Cole

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Santa & Cole is our Supplier of the Week; 2 – 8 January. Understated lighting and furniture from Barcelona With roots in Barcelona, Santa & Cole is an international lighting and furniture brand which… Continue reading

Supplier of the Week: VITA Copenhagen

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VITA Copenhagen is our Supplier of the Week; 12 – 18 December. Danish design meets a Scandinavian feel with the lighting from VITA Copenhagen. Designed to be affordable, readily available, and have a minimal… Continue reading

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    Danish designers @reflectionscopenhagen create handmade decorative mirrors, mirrored furniture and crystal pieces, inspired by the graphic expression of Art Deco. Find the collection at trade price on #eporta.com This wallpaper from @lilesadi adds both a pop of colour and a hint of marble! Find it at trade price on #eporta.com @normanncph are this week's Supplier of the Week. Discover popular designs such as their Form range and Connect with Normann Copenhagen on #eporta.com to get your trade account. Industrial design with a warm heart is the key to the @delaespada catalogue. Find it at trade price on #eporta.com The @floor_story catalogue is full of bold, beautiful rug designs, such as the Northmore, designed by @studioflock. Find it at trade price on #eporta.com "When I started to design the Pascha series, I wasn´t aware of the history of filament covered lampshades. I wanted to work with this company producing trimmings and tassels – all hand made in Germany – so I adapted the production and we started to produce these pendant lamps with their mellow and rich attitude." Discover more about the Pascha series from frauMaier on blog.eporta.com