The show’s four Crafthouse installations (curated by the New Craftsmen) aimed to explore the fundamental characteristics of what makes a home. In 2016, what makes a home (or a bathroom at least) is clearly all pink everything. The Bathing section incorporated a barely-there neon light, a powdery jesmonite side table and a handmade crinkled fabrics.
Luxury upholsterer Lacaze went pale and interesting with key pink pieces like this blush ruched sofa accessorised with pale blue cushions and a simple sea foam green stool – a key piece for this year.
And it’s little wonder that Aiveen Daly’s new collection won her the Best Craftsmanship Award. The microfine silk pleats which have been carefully handset into her ‘Quiet Palm’ panel is a beauty. A sophisticated mauve and grey colour palette is enhanced by the addition of feminine salmon pink in a nod to this year’s biggest interior colour trend.
Images by @studioduggan, @charliecosby and @aiveendalyltd.