Denfair 2019 Wrap Up – Our Design Teams Top Picks

June 27, 2019

It’s a wrap………DENFAIR 2019 done, WOW what an amazing fair with over 60 exhibitors of talent at this year’s Denfair it certainly didn’t disappoint, delivering a versatile mix of talent across environmental, innovative and space conscious design.  Rich earthy tones, marble highlights in both furniture and hardware, beautiful leathers, warm oak/walnut timbers, and innovative design were on show.  The ranges were perfectly suited to both our up and coming residential and commercial interior design projects in Geelong and Melbourne.  We have featured some of our stand outs below.


A big stand out for us was Andrew Vukosav’s arial photography. Both a highly successful fashion photographer and pilot, Andrew has successfully curated an outstanding photographic collection of Australian landscapes. This collection “Latitude Longitude Solitude” wowed us immediately. A must see, check out Andrew’s collection here @cessnacam


With an abundance of great offerings in the rug department this year it was difficult to choose a standout. However, a few of the key players that we love working with had beautiful offerings on show with a diverse mix of colour and texture.
Collaborating with key design and fashion contenders, Designer Rugs showcased a wide range of pattern, texture and colour especially suitable for use within the commercial field working with the likes of Catherine Martin, Easton Pearson, House of Heras, Megan Hess and bernabeifreeman just name a few. @designerrugs
The Dash & Albert range never disappoints and it definitely stood up to the high standard always presented. Texture and colour were key in a beautiful range perfect for residential use. Featuring rugs, ottomans, throws and cushions the quality was of an exceptional standard. #dashandalbert @wintonhouseaustralia
Amigos de hoy & Arthide had a gorgeous range of wool, cotton, hemps and jute rugs on display. Suitable for commercial or residential use the soft hand feel and plush weaves were standouts. @amigosdehoy @groundcontrolbyadh @arthide


With their unique premium quality tapware offer on show The English Tapware Company showcased their gorgeous range of vanities, baths, tapware and hardware. Their new range of handles by Joseph Giles featuring a range of antique metal finishes caught our eye and would look stunning in any bathroom. Marble detailing in hardware stood out creating a luxurious statement. @theenglishtapwarecompany


The gorgeous collection by Gorsia Design featuring the most amazing marble tabletops, bronze and brass finishes and deep earthy woods was a stand out. Each and every piece as timeless as the next. High quality design and finishes were key. @gorsia_design
Parterre featured luxury European designed outdoor furniture with a modern edge. Huge pod like hanging bio nests constructed from volcanic ash, making them extremely durable stood out and would make a statement in any outdoor area. @parterre_outdoor
If wood is your preference The Wood Room’s contemporary Australian made, hand crafted pieces are for you. Featuring oak and rattan their designs were spot on trend. A stand out being the ‘Bell table’ handcrafted with solid American oak, a collaboration with Richard Stanisich. @thewoodroom


For the lovers of beach houses and boho styling look no further that Klaylife and their gigantic hand rolled beaded chandeliers. Offered in a range of greys, blues creams and pinks their lighting was exquisite. Each piece made by a community of artisans in Kwazulu-Natal, South Africa, helping to support their communities. @klaylife


Australian designer Adam Cornish Design showcased their collaboration with Junglefy to feature their ‘Breathing wall’ a modular air cleaning system that can remove 24.2 litres of CO2 per hour, remove VOC’s 1.5 times faster than the equivalent volume of pot plants (160 large pot plants), remove 95% of all <PM10 returning the air to safe breathing levels, reduce reflected noise by 41%, provides an innovative space saving way to introduce nature into building environments. Read more about this ground breaking design.
@adamcornishdesign @junglefyourcities

We look forward to working with every one of these suppliers and the many others we spoke to at Denfair 2019 in the future. If you would like further information on any of these products or would like to discuss your commercial or residential design needs, please feel free to contact our team via the contact link on our website.