A new year sparks a brand-new age of design trends, colour influence and innovations in the realm of interior design. To kick off the first issue of 2019, Inex takes a look at a new awe-inspiring creation in lighting design. Last year’s London Design Festival was home to the revelation of a quirky discovery from the lighting industry – the use of mycelium for a series of table lamps. According to Nir Meiri Design Studio – the firm responsible for the elegant yet mystical design – the inspiration behind the design comes from the fungi itself, resulting in ‘a little garden of lights’, imitating the shapes of mushrooms growing in the wild. Turn to page 06 of this month’s issue to take a closer look at the smart, contemporary concept.

Elsewhere in this month’s issue, Inex takes readers on a tour of London’s very first avocado bar. Aptly named Avobar, the chic millennial-centric design features botanical backdrops accompanied by a neutral colour palette; all wrapped up in an ‘Insta-worthy’ design. Flick to page 12 to discover Covent Garden’s recent addition to its quirky restaurant scene.

I hope you enjoy this edition. Don’t forget, you can also access all of Inex’s features and product inspiration at your fingertips via the magazine’s state-of-the-art app. To download your version free of charge, simply search ‘Inex-online’ on the App Store or Google play.

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