Interior design isn’t just a process; it’s an art form. As long as the process is well-thought-out, it can provide an aesthetically pleasing but efficient solution to any room or space in question. But when we think of interior design projects, it’s very easy to conjure up images of an abundance of design styles, from spacious, minimalist rooms to quirky, brightly-coloured bars and restaurants and everything in between. There are no real rules with interior design, but it is important to remember how seemingly tiny details can have an immense impact on an overall scheme.
With that in mind, this month Inex catches up with Joe Molloy, Founding Director of Tradelinens, on page 34. Here, he enlightens us with everything he knows about cloth production and explains how Tradelinens was created out of a burning desire to be the go-to company when luxury hotels sought the very best quality in commercially viable bed, bath and table linens, and proves that the details really do matter.
Elsewhere in the last issue of the year, we jump to the future to discover what we can expect from coffee shop interiors in the new year. Gavin Dow, Managing Director and Founder of Coffee Central, explains why – in order to stand out in a growingly saturated industry – coffee shops must have a distinctive design and what they can do to make sure they do. Go to page 42 to see what 2019 has in store.
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