Decorex Champagne Bar 2017

Interior designer Shalini Misra Decorex Champagne Bar 2017
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We are pleased to confirm that Shalini Misra has been chosen to create the Champagne Bar at the Decorex 2017 event. The exhibition runs from September 17th through 20th at Syon Park.

shalini’s design inspired by the great exhibition of 1851 at crystal palace

The Champagne Bar is a central feature at the exhibition and a meeting point for visitors.  Shalini’s design is inspired by The Great Exhibition of 1851 which was held at Crystal Palace.  She creates a unique space mixing Victorian design ideas with a modern twist, Misra will create the feel of a glasshouse filled with luxurious details, graphics and collectables that is reminiscent of the Great Exhibition

The Exhibition at Crystal Palace set the watermark for what was to follow in the field of innovative design and interiors. Decorex International continues this tradition and celebrates brands across the UK and abroad.  Upcoming independent designers too, are able to showcase their work.  The exhibition is truly a celebration for all things design and interiors.

shalini misra impressive structures remind one of crystal palace roof

Using drawings, artwork and advertising from the 1950s for her concept inspiration, Shalini Misra plans four impressive structures that will remind one of the palace roof as it soared overhead. The canopy at the centre of the bar and the metallic finishing on the side of the bar are backlit for effect.  The chandelier has some surprise elements bringing in some of the whimsical historical details from the Great Exhibition.

canopy great exhibition crystal palace 1851

The mix of Victorian colour choices with a more contemporary take on design aesthetics can be expected.  Creatively designed motifs, lush velvet fabrics, ironwork and delightful Victorian finishes will all work to bring plush old world luxury to a modern exhibit. The Champagne Bar this year will offer luxurious comfort in a unique, historically relevant setting.

 

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