Heathfield & Co at Taste of Design 2017
Now in its twentieth year, Taste of Design is a unique series of design events that sees some of the world’s finest interior brands exhibiting at a selection of some of the UK’s most beautiful and iconic venues.
Heathfield & Co are regular exhibitors at the event and are delighted to feature again at this year’s stunning selection of venues, beginning on the 26th April at Luttrellstown Castle, Dublin and finishing on the 25th May at Arley Hall, Cheshire.
Other regular exhibitors featuring at this year’s event will include Vincent Sheppard, Titley & Marr, Anna French, Marvic, Dedar and Whitehead Designs, amongst others. New brands to exhibit this will include Gainsborough Silks, Arte, Beacon Hill and Tissus d’Hélène.
Registration is free to the interior design trade only. Shows will open from 10am – 4pm and each day will include drinks and a light lunch. Click on the link below to register now.
An air of historic grandeur and elegance are the initial impressions upon arrival at Luttrellstown Castle Resort. Situated in the heart of a 560 acre estate, the castle was originally built for gracious hospitality and entertaining, a tradition that continues to this day.
Titanic Belfast is the world’s largest Titanic visitor experience, exploring the Titanic story in a fresh and insightful way. The building striking and renowned architecture sets an imposing and contemporary silhouette.
Great Fosters is a Grade One listed building set amongst fifty acres of stunning gardens and parkland in Egham, Surrey. Immaculately preserved, this stately historic monument boasts an enviable location close to Heathrow and near Windsor.
Bowood has been the Lansdowne family home for over 250 years. The House lies in the centre of a beautiful rolling landscape next to a large lake. More recently added to this two thousand acre oasis has been a championship golf course and boutique hotel.
Built by the premier Baron of England, Lord Mowbray, Segrave and Stourton in the 1840s, this stately home is steeped in history. The castle offers an insight into by-gone eras, and be enchanted by the ambiance of a castle once owned by Prince Frederick in the 18th century.
With elaborate ceilings & oak panelling, impressive fireplaces, intricate stained glass and beautiful contents, Arley Hall is one of the most interesting and attractive stately homes in the North West. Visitors are enthralled by entering a piece of living history.