The Interior Design professionals that join us at our bespoke roadshow events expect to view the latest designs, colours, products and textures that will arm them with a point of difference with their own customer base. Kinkatou, as part of our collaboration, always delivers this distinction with their beautiful range of bespoke lighting and accessories. The British range of artisan products include glass blowing, potter skills and handmade finishing processes and customers are reassured that each piece is lovingly created.
At our May roadshow events, Kinkatou will continue to wow us and will be showcasing new products including the Zoe and Zebedee ceramic table lamps in turquoise blue and bronze and 24 carat gold.
Bold, bright, blue and bronze
A beautiful addition to a stylish interior, Kinkatou hand mix the lamp glazes and will happily experiment with different colours based on the customers’ requests. Their hand crafted approach ensures that the customer can request lamps that are bigger, smaller, fatter, thinner, more bobbles, less bobbles, another arm, no arms – all the ceramics are hand thrown on a wheel, hand painted and made in London. As long as it fits in the kiln, Kinkatou can make it.
Zebedee and Zoe table lamps are part of the Carnival Collection and have a corresponding plate which can be made in any size.
Kinkatou Studio have been collaborating with the Taste of Design roadshows for a number of years and are a popular go-to for the Interior Design professionals that attend our trade shows. They will be showcasing beautiful new ranges at the roadshows in May.
Kinkatou’s Studio, Co-Founder and Designer, Rosemary Wain states:
‘The Taste of Design roadshows always offer a welcome addition to our show calendar and provide us with the unique opportunity to speak to Interior Designers on a one-on-one basis. It’s wonderful to see familiar and new faces at these events – the show is intimate enough to develop relationships and to showcase our new product ranges to an audience appreciative of handcrafting and artisan design and to converse over coffee bespoke product requests.’