The Specialist Buyers Guide for the Interior Design Contract Market
Armourcoat has led the world developing polished plaster and high performance surface finishes.
As a leading manufacturer of decorative plaster, innovative surface finishes and sculptural effects, Armourcoat are committed to technical excellence. With an outstanding product range - now including 3D sculptural effects and innovative panel systems - featuring recycled material and low VOCs, Armourcoat remain at the forefront of sustainable decorative surface solutions.
Armourcoat has become an integral part of some of the world’s most prestigious architectural interiors, including luxury hotels and resorts, boutique retail, large-scale commercial and high-end residential clients in an extensive project list. Recent projects include the Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art in Kansas City, the Burj Al Arab and Burj Khalifa in the Middle East, and the unique Darwin Cocoon at London’s Natural History Museum.
Grace & Webb is a leading design service that collaborates with a carefully selected portfolio of innovative architects, interior designers and clients to create bespoke laser cut screens and water-jet cut panels in a variety of metals and other materials.
Founder of Grace & Webb, Natasha Webb, combines her in-depth knowledge of pattern-making, styles and trends with state-of-the-art laser and water-jet cutting technology, to create unique features that complement her clients’ projects and bring their concepts to life, in a diverse range of structural and decorative applications, both interior and exterior.
Grace & Webb have designed and supplied bespoke laser cut metal panels and screens to luxury hotels, cruise-ships, restaurants, retail, residential and commercial environments. Applications include screens, balustrade, juliet balconies, room dividers, architectural cladding, window shutters, brise soleil, suspended ceilings, decorative wall features, public art commissions and percent-for-art projects.
Natasha Webb is the creative force behind Grace & Webb. Based in the UK, she established a successful career in London and New York, designing printed textiles for leading international fashion companies. The developments in design software and industrial cutting technologies led Natasha to apply her passion for pattern to a wider range of materials and markets.
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.
Why not give Interior Design Exchange a whirl - you have nothing to lose and everything to gain!
Kobe UK has been supplying UK interior design and soft furnishing customers for 20 years and has a first class reputation for outstanding quality, innovative design and excellent customer service.
With a passion for fabrics and wall coverings, Kobe UK's extensive collections create interiors that reflect the very latest trends for today’s high-end domestic and contract markets.
Rough Old Glass was born from the combined experience of two people... a Restorer & Conservator, who worked within the National Trust & English Heritage for over a decade in the fields of carving, gilding and furniture restoration and an Upholsterer & Dealer of Antique French Chairs & Mirrors.
For years Rough Old Glass had sourced frames from France to restore, many of which had lost their original mirror plates. We developed our technique of hand silvering and distressing glass to replace the missing or broken originals.
Rough Old Glass have handled countless pieces of antique mirror glass and this level of exposure to genuine aged glass has enabled us to produce a range of hand silvered, antiqued mirror glass finishes, which portray the unique qualities of old mirror glass.
Initially marketing our reproduction antiqued mirror glass to other Dealers and Restorers we quickly realised the potential for Rough Old Glass to be used as a decorative surface finish and it now appears in many private homes, bars, restaurants and hotels nationwide.