Top Drawer January 2013 – Inspirational Ideas

Here are a few inspirational snaps i took at the Top Drawer home wares show last week in Earls court London.

Love this eye chart graphic

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Great use of simple trestle tables and scaffolding tubing

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Hay bail displays

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Recycled pallets look great painted

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These coloured masking tapes are quickly becoming a trend

and can be used visually in so many ways.

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Love the large scale perimeter graphics

taken from the print son the aprons, just shows you can take

inspiration from anything for features walls.

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Love this simple but powerful heart display,

would look great as a window.

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Upcycling is here to stay with people getting more imaginative every day.

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Repetition always looks good.

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This is a great eaxample of how to use product to create a superb visual feature.

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This wood block wallpaper looks so real and love the creation of the

Ella Doran brand name using nails and sting so clever.

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I have always loved these funfair style lights.

Here given a contemporary twist in white.

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Pallets again this time made new and stacked to create

a great display fixture and laid flat as flooring.

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About Phill

Creative Director at International Visual

Posted on January 25, 2013, in Exhibitions & Events, Ideas and tagged , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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