NEWS: Renowned British designer Abigail Ahern will be a keynote speaker at the 20th anniversary edition of Decor + Design, 17 – 19 July at Melbourne Exhibition Centre! We are delighted to host the long-awaited Australian return of the woman W Magazine called “one of the world’s most exciting designers.”

As an influential tastemaker and a renowned authority on interiors, Abigail has earned a global following for her boundary pushing approach to design, her retail and product designs as well as her interior design portfolio.

Abigail has authored five interior books which have been published across the world and is a regular judge on the landmark BBC1 show Interior Design Masters, hosted by Alan Carr. Abigail also frequently contributes to radio and magazine columns with her expert advice.

Known for being consistently ahead of the design trail, whether she’s pioneering faux botanicals or dark, inky colour palettes, Abigail’s trendsetting designs are synonymous with glamour, eclecticism and quintessential British humour. An arbiter of cool Brit girl style, her palette seamlessly fuses masculine and feminine for a hip aesthetic that create spaces you never want to leave.

Her eponymous company was founded in 2003 and Abigail has dedicated herself to creating a successful lifestyle brand offering furniture, home décor, lighting and textiles for every room in the house, that is at the crossroads of modernity and tradition.

Encompassing a duality between relaxed living and a more refined aesthetic, Abigail’s designs blend classic influences with modern lines. Her aim is to inspire you to decorate differently by creating a unique welcoming oasis in which to gather, relax and retreat.

Image: @abigailahern

Don’t miss seeing Abigail Ahern at Decor + Design 2024, along with UK Design Futurist Victoria Redshaw and local design luminaries including David Hicks, Kate Nixon, Sasha Titchkovsky, Jen Bishop, Natalie Walton and more.

Register now to visit and receive updates; the full Seminar Series program will be released on April 18th.