Nina Campbell, one of the world's most respected and influential interior designers, dressed all of the show entrances at INTERIORS UK 2013. As well as her very own 'House' and 'Shop' in Hall 3.
Nina was thrilled to design the entrance halls at INTERIORS UK 2013.
On arrival, visitors were amazed by a grand entrance designed by Nina. The individual halls were defined by one of Nina’s loves; colour. With a marriage of traditional, well loved and opulent designs with a new, fresh and contemporary colour palette. Colour stories such as coral, apple green, aqua and stone all made their debut in various forms.
Aiding and abetting Nina was leading stylist Diana Civil, who created the show stopping entrances for us in 2012.
See below the moodboard's Nina and Diana put together for all of the hall entrances...
Nina’s ‘Shop’ and ‘House’
Nina had two stands of her own at the show. Her ‘Home’ reflected her own, cosy, inviting and somewhere you immediately get offered a drink and want to settle in. Built around the ethos that mixing style and comfort is essential, it reflected exactly what she achieves when designing for her clients and her own homes. Nina’s shop across the aisle took you straight to Walton Street in London where Nina’s shop has been for 35 years. Visitors lost themselves amongst beautiful glass, table linen, whimsical china, embroidered cushions and other home accessories and gifts.
Hear Nina Campbell talk about her creative partnership with INTERIORS UK 2013
Nina Campbell is one of the world’s most respected and influential interior designers. Her list of clients and design expertise is unparalleled. Renowned for her contagious wit and brilliant sense of style, her designs appeal to both young and old and sit well in both contemporary and traditional interiors. The interior design side of the business continues to flourish with notable projects, both commercial and residential, throughout the world. Current projects include a large residence on mainland China, a private house for a member of the Jordanian royal family in Amman, a town house in New York and a country house hotel overlooking Cheltenham race course.