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Autumn shows

I recently exhibited at Decorex with Design Nation. Decorex is a high-end interior design show held in a marquee in Syon Park. Liz Cooper of Design Nation curated a beautiful stand with the theme Future Heritage. There was a lot of buzz about crafts at the show, with a stand of Future Heritage crafts curated by Corinne Julius  and a fabulous  VIP lounge curated by the New Craftsmen with handmade baskets from all over the British Isles, ceramics by Akiko Hirai and embroidered floor cushions by Aimee Betts. Design Nation is a lovely organisation, who have also curated a showcase on the theme of Light in the Southbank Centre shop, Royal Festival Hall for the month of October. My Morandi bottles are currently on display there in the window.

Morandi bottles in front of Heidi Harrington’s tableware
Liz Cooper of Design Nation and Patricia Van Den Akker of the Design Trust, lights by Michael Ruh, ceramics Linda Bloomfield, chairs Rosemaryrose, throws Anna Gravelle, glass wall pieces by Amy Cushing.


The week before, I had my own stand at Home London at Olympia. There was a lot of interest in the Morandi inspired bottles. I received several orders for my new Morandi tableware range from Ochre, New York; The Longship, Orkney and Frank, Whitstable, and I sold all the bottles on the stand at the end of the last day. I’m now making orders and  getting ready for my next show, MADE London on 22nd-25th October.

New short mugs