Dupenny develops gifts and homeware collection
Gifts and homeware
Dupenny has been developing its debut range of gifts and homeware.
Customers can choose from Burlesque lampshades, cushions and fine-art prints.
Wallpaper pattern books are now available for the company's stockists; these pattern books are hand made and are updated when Dupenny releases new designs.
This spring, the company will showcase its work at the Whitworth Gallery, which is curating an exhibition of artists' wallpapers.
Later this year, Dupenny will launch its Housewives kitchenware range and a gift-wrap collection in collaboration with Lagom.
More wallpaper designs will also be introduced.
D R Services has launched its new, easy to navigate sliding systems and glass fittings website. The new site explores the various architectural applications of glass, large scale glazing, corrective services and glass engineering. A comprehensive gallery allows the visitor to visualise the design potential of glass and a news and current projects section keeps specifiers up-to-date with the company’s library ladders and cylindrical showers ranges.
Batheaston will be exhibiting its range of traditional and contemporary British furniture at the CLA Game Fair, which will be held at Blenheim Palace in Oxfordshire on 22-24 July.
Shimu's botanically inspired silk wallpaper is made to order, with a choice of silk backgrounds including subtle greens and creams, dramatic reds and blacks or luxurious brushed golds and silvers.
New House Textiles has launched a range of drinks coasters that feature 'Picknick', a classic 1950s pattern designed by the Swedish designer Marianne Westman.
The Old Cinema is offering a solid oak Art Deco pedestal desk with original red leather top, nine drawers with ebony handles, available for GBP1,100.