This sleek and stylish gun metal DJ Booth with Pioneer CDJ 2000 decks and a mj 800 mixer features anthracite distressed leather panelling and dark grey double-stitch detail. There’s a laptop stand for a Mac powerbook and Genelec speaker supports in a matching gun metal finish. The DJ Booth operates as a single switched unit for simple plug and play use or can be hardwired into a floor box. It can be commissioned with additional equipment and alternative speakers. Rousseau Design creates audio-visual solutions and a wide variety of lighting and design installations for the home.
WovenGround are offering fantastic savings on some of their best selling ranges.
For the first time they are also offering BIG discounts on many of their designer collections from Brink & Campman, Mexx and Espirit.
(L-R) Dunk/Floral Bliss (blue & Red)/Bio/Cosmic Rush
Dunk: was £850 sale price £499 (size – 140x200cm)
Floral Bliss (blue & red) : was 850 sale price £499 (size 140x200cm)
Bio: was £210 sale price £109 (size 90x160cm)
Cosmic Rush: was £360 sale price £169 (130x190cm)
Congratulations to Eve at Neil Lerner, for being shortlisted for the Homes & Gardens Designer Awards!
Here’s one of her kitchens..
Fingers crossed for a win at the Awards Presentations at the British Museum on 7 March 2012
As snakeskin and fishskin make news on the fashion catwalks, De Ferranti’s stylish briquettes offer a beautiful textured surface for interior decoration
In soft shades of blue-green, these elegant briquettes emulate the trend for reptilian and aquatic themes on the fashion catwalks. The subtle textured and patterned surfaces are idea for truly distinctive wallcoverings.
We think that Bisca have surpassed themselves this year with their exceptional staircase designs.
But don’t just take our word for it, have a look at their gallery of ‘wow’ factor staircases www.bisca.co.uk
Neil Lerner’s tips for kitchen trends in 2012
‘There is a distinct change in the way kitchens will look in 2012. The overall interiors trend favouring darker colours have filtered through to the most-used room of the house, creating a very chic, urbane feel. Moody greys, blues, browns and almost-blacks set the tone while glass fronts in bronze, blue, black, white and moss add a glamorous touch. Mixing different materials and textures is a big trend – sleek steel with light Acacia wood in a rough-cut finish; textured Platinum Oak with black slate; Basalt stone with a rough surface feel combined with horizontally grained Ebony. Colour is almost absent, apart from the odd splash of sunshine yellow or lilac.’
Dark, sumptuous & remarkably rich…the latest from Junckers
Junckers Black Oak Boulevard is a remarkably rich, very dark floor in solid hardwood Oak on Junckers’ widest plank yet, 185 mm. Black Oak offers the aesthetic of walnut, with the additional benefits of being harder, less costly and easier to source.
Black Oak is ammonia fumed, with dark colouration drawn deep through the wood by a unique vacuum impregnation process ensuring the colour will withstand wear and can be sanded and resealed without losing its good looks. It comes pre-sealed with Junckers Ultra-Matt lacquer, a hardwearing finish with a natural lustre similar to traditional oiled floors which adds warmth and beauty to a room.