The day after we moved house, I was invited to attend the Independent Interiors Show at 2022NQ in Manchester’s Northern Quarter and as we were pretty sick of the moving stress and raring to get going with planning the new house, we decided to take the afternoon off unpacking and pop down. I expected more decorative stuff and that was the majority, but there was some really great independent designers and unique ideas on offer. I decided I’d do a little round up of my favourites to share with you all – they’re all worth a click through and look at.
Hannah Nunn Wallpaper £69/10m
I’m tired of seeing the same papers on everybodies wall, and these delicate yet modern deisgns from Laser cut lighting designer Hannah Nunn, are fresh and pretty.
Jorja Wilkinson Design – 60′s influenced design with a fresh modern palette and striking pattern repeats. Table wear, fabric, cushions, lampshades and mugs.
I loved the colours in these quirky designsand made my first house purchase buying a mixed set of coasters! (4 Coasters £15)
Inspirit Deco ‘Urban furniture and accessories made for industrial components’.
I found InSpirit on Etsy when I was looking for industrial garment rails. Initially an interior design service, they then expanded into often-requested industrial furniture.
Liz Foster Designs – Contemporary applique textiles with nostalgic phrases (Cushion £50)
I like the hand-made but modern feel to these cushions, with a strong British vibe.
ScandiNord – Contemporary lighting and neon signs (Vita Eos pendant shade £73)
I love a good neon sign and the selection of Scandi inspired lighting was well priced from this curator.
Claire Murray Designs – Organically inspired wallpaper in neutral shades (£75/roll)
My favourite of the lot, Claire’s wallpaper was striking in both form and colour. From fungi inspired neutral patterns to a whispy feather-like multi colour design, the quality was outstanding and I loved how different they were.
So readers, I hope you see or find something you like here. Happy Monday