With spring officially here, attention has turned to exterior landscaping and once again the focus is on the garden, which some regard as one of the most prized areas of the home. For many homeowners and heads of estate, this time of year reinforces what is missing and what could be added to make this space more enjoyable in the rundown to summer.
A trip to the 2016 RHS Chelsea Flower Show next month is one way to equip yourself with the latest on-trend solutions and ideas to wow your clients. Among the leading exhibitors and beautiful show gardens this year is renowned garden sculptor David Harber, who is set to showcase an impressive array of bespoke pieces designed to give gardens a real focal point.
To celebrate his 23rd year presence at the event, Inex talks to David about his company’s ethos and his most notable pieces to date. Turn to page 20 to find out more.
Elsewhere in this issue, Inex looks in-depth at Brintons’latest accomplishment of winning Woven Carpet Design Installation of the Year for its art deco-inspired flooring at late night venue, Quaglino’s. You can read more about this sumptuous surface on page 8. Meanwhile on page 12, Lyndon Design, the high-end upholstery specialist for the hospitality sector, reflects on how changes to the hotel market is impacting on seating and furniture designs.
I hope you enjoy this issue. Don’t forget, you can also access all of Inex’s features and product inspiration on the magazine’s state-of-the-art app. To download your version free of charge, simply search ‘Inex-online’ on the App Store or Google play.