Shirin

I'm a self-confessed home decor addict and I just love French, Victorian, Country and Shabby Chic designs & styles. Balancing simplicity and elegance is what I love the most. Always having lots of fun along the way!Thank you for stopping by and I hope LVB gets you busy with creativity!

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A Recap of the Decor + Design Show...

Well it's was exactly a month that I visited the Decor + Design Show, Melbourne - Australia's premium interior design show that showcases new talent, new trades and on the trend designs in interiors! I must say it was an awesome experience for a rookie interior designer and blogger like me to get exclusive access to some of the most amazing products that will be in vogue in the coming months and even next year!

Even though this is a trade only event, I would love to share with you all the unique products that La Villa Blanche can access and bring to your homes!

by Easygreen Interiors

A current trend - vertical gardens - used in designing interiors for cafes, shopfronts and even office spaces!

My absolute favourite, and hoping to use this for one of my clients!

Cute Bohemian Stool by Uniqwa

The Decor + Design Show showcased over 300 exhibitors or more, that offered a range of interior design products from homewares to furniture, wallpapers to wall decor, fabrics to soft furnishings, lighting to accessories and so much more! The quality of products keeps increasing with each passing year and this year was no different! The exhibitors that caught my attention this year, were the ones that created or sourced handcrafted products that were sustainable and beautiful at the same time.

Something for the walls...

The Wallpaper Company

My favourite features of the show are -

VIVID

The Design Laneway and Wall street

International Seminar Series

The Trend Hub & Tour

Kids Room Decor by Habitat 101 Home Accents

Awesome lights - by Hermon Lighting

VIVID

VIVID stands for Vibrant Visions in Design and is the longest running competition in Australia, that encourages new talent and highlights their achievements. It is an amazing platform that promotes new designers with exceptional creative and design skills! This year's People's Choice Winner was Dylan Falecki, creator of the Hooga Chair. "Hooga" stands for the Danish term for comfort "hygge".

#decordesignshow!

La Villa Blanche at the trend wall...

DESIGN LANEWAY AND WALL STREET

A feature created for small studios, who are produce original design work. and where new designers and artists promote quality products in homewares, home interiors and decor areas. This section emphasises on original design work, handcrafted and bespoke products! It was a great opportunity to connect with a few exhibitors that suit the La Villa Blanche style of interiors. Sharing a few with you here!

Home Decor by Water Tiger

Some of my Favourite stands!

Homewares and furniture by One world Collection

INTERNATIONAL SEMINAR SERIES

This segment features a series of seminars that showcases international and Australian design experts who discuss decor and design trends. They also share future trends in colours, textiles and materials along with the theme: ‘Awakening: Conscious Design’ that focuses on sustainability, recycling and social responsibility.

Awesome Towels by Atolyia

THE TREND HUB & TOUR

The Trend Hub is an awesome area within the show where materials, designs and trend information is displayed and everyone visiting the show can go through this section to seek information on the latest trends. It's an inspiring section that provides an insight into future materials and trends. The trend tour that I attended was hosted by Victoria Redshaw & Phil Pond where they provide an overview on current and future trends in the home decor area.

Uniqwa collection

French Country Collections!

Hope you have enjoyed the virtual tour of the Decor & Design show!

Coming up... the 2018 trends that are all set to influence designs, furniture and fabrics in the interiors sector.

xoxo

Shirin@LVB

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