Brintons captures creativity at Clerkenwell Design Week
7th June 2016
Brintons, showcased the future of design at Clerkenwell Design Week, unveiling our latest QuickWeave collection and hosting a wide range of talks from leading interiors experts.
Across the three days, we invited design savvy visitors to join us at our London Design Centre for a range of drop-in sessions, including talks from design experts from Birmingham City University, Houzz and interior designers the 2 Lovely Gays.
Throughout the week, Brintons London Design Centre was full capacity with guests attending a range of exclusive drop in sessions and talks as well as a unique view of Brintons historic archive. On the opening day of the festival, We launched our unique QuickWeave range, ideal for installations where timing is of the essence as it is a range of pre-designed carpets designs, which can be sent directly to the loom, reducing the time associated with custom weaves.
The Trends project talk, hosted on the first day of the festival by Birmingham City University and Colour Hive, explored the importance of trends, delving into why and how trends are used, and the upcoming 2016/2017 trends that audiences should look out for.
On the second day, Interior designers the 2 Lovely Gays, who found their fame on BBC’s The Great Interior Design Challenge, held a range of one-to-one sessions to help members of the public with any interior design queries ranging from how to customise a room to what colours work well together.
Leading online home renovation and design platform, Houzz, hosted one-to-one drop in profile consultations with their representatives on the final day of the festival alongside a ‘Trends and Tips’ talk. Aimed at design business owners, Houzz offered top tips to businesses to help ensure they are maximising their exposure to homeowners who plan projects through the online platform.
Throughout the week, Brintons showcased the latest trends and styles, offering bespoke interior design advice from a range of leading industry experts.Birmingham City University Trends Talk