These are the names that will define 2019 in design trends, and Sleep + Eat is where you see them launch first, meet the companies behind them and specify must-have pieces for your own projects.
Hansgrohe shows off PowderRain, a new micro spray technology enabling water to fall softly onto the skin without bouncing off. Beyond the physical sensation, it is also designed to be quieter than traditional showers, making for a relaxing experience that indulges all senses.
Renowned for its contemporary seating and table ranges, Morgan will debut The Porto Collection at Sleep + Eat 2018, featuring skilfully upholstered dining, tub and lounge chairs. In addition, they’ll showcase new pieces to the Pimlico Collection, including a magnificent high-back sculptural sofa, and captivating, 3D printed patterns.
Contemporary German floor wear company kymo shows off its hospitality-focused The Atelier collection, well-aligned with the brand’s classy meets cutting-edge design aesthetic.
Grohe returns as founding partner, featuring the latest in bathroom design and technology and launching a new tap collection as well as the SmartControl.
Contardi reaffirms its reputation as the couturier of contemporary lighting with the new Ongo lamp, melding LED technology with an array of precious metal and hand-blown glass finishes.
Dedar showcases its historical tapestry-inspired Supernatural Collection, celebrating the natural beauty of velvet and adding a contemporary twist with its signature geometric designs.
MERLYN showcases its award-winning, space-saving MERLYN Arysto Eight Infold Door, an ingenious enclosure recognised for its precision-engineered and ultra-smooth performance.
Phillip Jeffries debuts new fabric collections - Palazzo, Serenity, and Arboretum. The latter is developed through a digital printing process which allows for millions of hues to be captured in hyper-detail, where artistry meets innovation.