The Specialist Buyers Guide for the Interior Design Contract Market
Toby Winteringham and his small team of dedicated craftsmen design and create pieces of beautiful furniture that are in demand from all over the country.
Everything from a tray to a boardroom table all benefit from the attention to detail that nearly thirty years in the business brings.
Specialising in hand cut marquetry, veneering and fine cabinetwork, Toby Winteringham's workshop handles all aspects of furniture production from concept to finished article.
Barlow Tyrie is an international brand that manufactures the finest in outdoor leisure furniture, crafted using the highest quality of materials.
Our design classic collections combine modern manufacturing method with many years of expertise. Many of our pieces represent a blend of traditional and contemporary designs that have won design awards. As well as our in-house designer, Barlow Tyrie has collaborated with award-winning furniture designers, such as: Tim Fenby, Laura Kirar, Vladmir Kagan, Nathalie de Leval and Andrew Jones.
Over three generations, Barlow Tyrie’s quality and reputation is define by our ‘aim for excellence’.
Dan Burrough has been running his own, busy, cabinet making and joinery business in the heart of the Wiltshire countryside, for the past 14 years.
Dan Burrough works closely with his clients to create fresh, elegant, clean lined originals. His aim is to produces pieces that are personal and sensitive to both his clients and their environment.
Working with sustainable and contemporary materials Dan Burrough designs and makes beautiful, striking and exclusive work, from one off pieces of furniture, bespoke kitchens to bathrooms and fitted joinery.
All work is lovingly handmade and finished in house, combining traditional techniques, modern technology and innovative design.
Dan Burrough is a regular exhibitor at the inspired exhibition in Bristol and is currently a trustee of the Veronica Stewarts Arts Trust.
Interior Design Exchange offers the interior designer the opportunity to showcase surplus stock to other members of the profession, recoup company expenses and leave space in the studio for work rather than storage.
At the same time, the designer can use the site to source and purchase bespoke products from the high end interiors market at trade price, without the usual lead time, sell at a retail price and make a profit for their business.
Membership of Interior Design Exchange is offered to all those who work within the profession, designer or maker; the website is not available to the general public.
Shane Holland designs bespoke lighting, furniture, mirrors and sculptural elements. His workshop has built up an international reputation as designers & makers with 26 years of experience in specialist metalworking, composites, woods and plastics.
Shane Holland works closely with private and commercial clients while having a collaborative reputation with architects and designers. An example of such a partnership is the ceramic pendants that were recently installed at London’s new Michelin star restaurant Eneko at One Aldwych , which Shane worked with Casson Mann Architects and Irish ceramicist Thomas Diem.
Shane Holland and his skilled team hand build each item that can be customised to the custom needs of each client. Currently Shane Holland is working on heritage light fixtures for the famous Harland and Woolf Drawing Office as part of the Titanic Hotel project in Belfast.
Shane Holland has his own product range which can be purchased directly from his website or speak to Shane about commissioning a unique piece.