London’s biggest design show — 100% Design — showcased the next big things in the world of interiors. Here’s our pick of the best...
1 PRIDE IN LONDON
Show you love London in 2012 with these urban murals (from £249) and wallpapers (from £110 a roll) by Annette Taylor-Anderson, with similar images on rugs, glassware, furniture, cushions and lampshades (adriennechinn.co.uk).
2 SPECTACULAR SPLASHBACKS
Replace tiles in kitchens and bathrooms with hand-painted glass splashbacks by Emma Britton, digitally printed in a choice of flower designs. From £305 for a panel 60cm square (07989 269347; emmabritton.net).
3 HIDDEN HOBS
Cold-to-the touch induction hobs can be hidden inside a seamless volcanic stone worktop — no cut-outs or dirt traps and there's a huge choice of enamelled colours. From Pyrolave (01428 707 154; pyrolave-architecture.com).
4 RADIANT CEILINGS
Space-saving, simple to install and easy to maintain, heated foil hidden in a ceiling will transfer an even warmth to a room through radiation, leaving you comfy at lower temperatures, saving on energy. Kits are about £100 per room, plus controls and installation (0870 770 1500; heatedceilings.co.uk).
5 YOU CUBE
Anne B Design's 44cm KUBRIK cubes clip together easily to build bookcases, storage containers, coffee tables — or whatever you want (annebdesign.com).
6 LITTLE WET ROOMS
Impey Showers' wet rooms for small London bathrooms feature an Aqua-Dec floor (harder than stone yet only 22mm thick) and TileSafe tanking membrane (for a watertight seal), combined with a frameless glass enclosure. From about £1,790 (for glass, floor, and underfloor heating) plus tiles and shower fittings (impeyshowers.com).
7 CLEVER LAMPS
Ultra-slim lamp by Kenneth Grange, Type C with new-technology LEDs and touch-sensitive dimming — ideal for computer work, £295 (02392 224450; anglepoise.com).