Nina’s Decorex News

Nina’s Decorex News

This year at Decorex Nina Campbell is proud to announce a couple of new collaborations as well as launches of new collections and additions to collections.
We look forward to seeing you at our stand C102.

And so to Bed

Nina is very excited to be launching her first collection with And So To Bed. The Charleston Colelction, a capsule collection comprises of a four poster bed and bedroom furniture. All inspired by the zeitgeist of the 1930’s. Nina has used mirror glass, silver lacquered wood and rich dark timbers to create this refined collection. This mixed with upholstered elements create the utmost in luxury. And So To Bed J310

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Stark Carpets

Nina has already collaborated with Stark Carpet on a collection of exquisite handmade luxury wool and silk carpets and six woven wool Wilton carpets. This year at Decorex they will be launching the next collection of handmade carpets and rugs. These vary from crisp geometric patterns to soft damasks that echo Nina’s distinctive look in fabrics, beautifully complementing the existing Stark ranges. Stark Carpet B68A

Nina Campbell/Natural Curiosities

We are very excited to be launching Natural Curiosities in London at Decorex this year. Founded by Englishman Christopher Wilcox just over six years ago, Natural Curiosities is an Art House based in Los Angeles. It currently resides in its new Sunset Blvd headquarters inspired by Andy Warhol’s Factory. Following Decorex artwork will be on sale at Nina Campbell’s Walton Street shop.

Nina Campbell Furniture

Nina is launching six new pieces of furniture at Decorex to add to the current collection. Pieces from past collections are still in existence, we have added these newer pieces which compliment what we already have.

Montacute Fabric, Wallpaper and Weave Collection

Nina has taken inspiration from the quiet grandeur of the great houses of England and Scotland for her latest collection of fabrics and wallpapers. The collection is names after a Renaissance Mansion in Somerset, Montacute House.