Thursday, April 26, 2012

New summer accessories have just arrived....

Our new handmade brass and silver bowls will lend a touch of Louise Bradley style to any room! They are beautiful and versatile, working just as well as a centre piece on a table, or as a stylish desk accessory. They are available in small and large sizes, priced at between £49 and £95 so also make perfect gifts...

They can be seen, picked up and adored in both our Kimbolton showroom and Walton Street shop. 

Monday, April 23, 2012

V&A British Design 1948–2012: Innovation in the Modern Age

A fantastic new exhibition celebrating pioneering British design from 1948 to 2012 is running at the Victoria and Albert Museum, and I am keen to pop in for a look! 

Delving into the V&A's hidden treasures,  this exhibition highlights some of the most important moments in British postwar design history, and includes objects from fashion design, ceramics, graphics, photography, sculpture, product design, architecture, furniture and fine art.

I love anything that celebrates what we do best in this country and am sure I will be inspired....

Monday, April 16, 2012

Florentina Chandelier

The Florentina Chandelier is a fabulous example of the timeless & elegant approach to lighting design that Louise Bradley has perfected. The exquisite detailing in the hand-finished metal leaves combined with scattered highlights of crystal to reflect the light, make this a truly stunning piece. The chandelier is available in a range of sizes from five to eighteen 'arms', meaning it will work in rooms of all sizes!

Wednesday, April 4, 2012

Damien Hirst at the Tate Modern

I am going to see the Damien Hirst Exhibition at the Tate Modern, and I just cannot wait. Love or hate his work, he definitely gets our attention!

This mammoth retrospective brings together everything the public would expect from a Damien Hirst show (think pickled sharks and diamond encrusted skulls...) alongside other exhibits such as  'In and Out of Love (White Paintings and Live Butterflies)', a room full of live butterflies for the audience to interact with.

I am so excited to be able to go and see such a controversial, broad-ranging and dynamic art show right here in London, and would definitely encourage people to go and take a look.

Damien Hirst is at Tate Modern 4 April-9 September