DESIGN & SHOPPING: Design News
Saturday 25 September 1999
Stark Carpet: fine, woven, woollen carpets and leather rugs from pounds 30- pounds 788 per square metre.
Sahco Hesslein: sheer silks and linens intricately embroidered with tiny glass pearls, from pounds 100 per metre.
Ornamenta: hand-blocked wallpaper in loganberry, aqua and muted silver. A cool pounds 180 per roll.
Nicholas Haslam: lighting, consoles and tables in dark woods, leather and nickel.
Paper Moon: wallpapers and fabrics designed by Paloma Picasso from pounds 29 per roll/ metre.
Lectures during the show will be given by designers Nina Campbell and Kevin McCloud. Tickets cost pounds 5, proceeds to Clatterbridge Cancer Research Trust.
Focus and the FOCUS + Pavilion are at Chelsea Harbour Design Centre, London SW10, and are open to the public on Sunday 26 September, from 10am- 6pm, admission pounds 10. A courtesy bus will link the venue with 100% Design at Earls Court. Call 0171-761 8600 for details
Arts & Ents blogs
Katie Hopkins continues campaign to become Britain's most hated talking head with poorly timed Bob Crow tweet
No EU referendum under Labour: Ed Miliband to reveal that vote on membership is ‘unlikely’ in next Parliament if party wins power
Grace Dent: Who cares if she spells it Barraco Barner? Gemma Worrall is more employable than some bookish arts graduate
Ukraine crisis: Russia pledges to 'retaliate against sanctions' as Ukrainian president says Crimea vote will not be recognised
The quiet diplomat: Catherine Ashton - recognised and admired in all the world’s troubled countries, yet ridiculed at home
Fracking is turning the US into a bigger oil producer than Saudi Arabia
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- 2 Boy George: Bad karma
- 3 Rachel Canning: US teenager returns home after she tried to sue her parents for child support
- 4 First Kiss video: Filmmaker gets 20 strangers to make out on YouTube with awkward results
- 5 Rampaging elephant smashes up house but then 'saves crying baby trapped under debris'