With Decor + Design about to launch in Melbourne, we’re delighted to introduce new exhibitors Harry Harry Australia to the fold.Known for their complete looks and comprehensive building range, the stylish brand is set to cause a stir. They will be at Stand J36 of Australia’s No.1 Interiors Trade Event from 19th – 22nd July!
In the lead up to the event, we asked Harry Harry Australia some questions about their inspirations and what visitors can expect to see at the show.
We’re delighted that Harry Harry Australia will be exhibiting at Decor + Design 2018! For those who aren’t familiar with the brand, can you give us some background on the company and your products?
Australian owned and operated – Harry Harry Home Australia has a healthy established relationship with Wholesale Manufacturers around the world by providing high end quality, latest products, specification selections for projects, design and creation of new building products to related companies since June 2005. Whilst the early business dealings started off small and in design, the history and working relationship today is strong and reputable within the wholesale supply field winning many Industry Design awards for our current builders.
With the growth and demand for HHH products, Harry Harry Home believe the new Range of Gorgeous Furniture and Accessories for the Residential and Commercial markets will be a key factor to the HHH Brand working together to ensure the future success of Harry Harry Home Clients’. HHH are different in our approach to most wholesalers but we can cover all wants and needs for Build and Interiors with the combined ranges plus we just love NEW products.
The current building range extends over 1000’s of products in from German Engineered Toilet Suites, Kitchen Granite and Corian Sinks, Basins of Designers Choices, Custom Vanities, Tapware, Accessories in many colours, profiles and sizes. The furniture collection varies from High End German motorised desks, Corporate Living and Lounging, Hotel, Hospitality furnishings, Home office and our Homes.
Have you noticed any particular trends in purchasing this year? Are certain styles proving popular in contrast to previous years?
For previous best sellers and client briefs and purchases we have found that the Buyer group has been either a dark shade or a light shade palette selections. This carried across all aspects of the project from paint colours to tiles, tapware and accessories and furniture. Stays within the tone or the shade. Pop of dark and pop of crisp clean whites and naturals.
Of late we have noticed a strong trend in rattan pieces there is a strong boho theme. With strong demand for Organic and textured pieces and we love the idea of the introduction of either one single or several theme pieces such as a gorgeous mirror or a colour toned armchair to work as a highlight and compliment an existing look. At Harry Harry we love combinations and layering to achieve a comfortable and inviting space with character.
Whilst we love these tones and tradition choices. We anticipate future trends will be swing to accent pieces in bold colours and the Boho Coastal look will continue through.
The theme of the AH&G International Seminar Series this year at Decor + Design is ‘Everyday Luxury’ – whether that is created through luxe materials, bespoke design or small, everyday touches. How does Harry Harry Home approach the concept of luxury?
Harry Harry’s concept of luxury is defined in our beautiful indoor / outdoor collection of quality sofas, dining, lounge, daybed pieces in our new USA line of furniture. inspired colour ranges of pale blue, navy blue, emerald green, yellow and antique red. The furniture pieces are in line with the pattern trends that can be seen being used for example in geometric and organic accent wallpapers, cushions, fabric coverings and accessories.
Finally, what can visitors to the show expect to see from you this year at Decor + Design?
We are excited to be exhibiting our USA line of furniture with first time release pieces never seen in the Australian market. Visitors can expect to see vignettes showcasing different styles and looks to give inspiration to the current and future design trends.
Don’t miss Decor + Design at the Melbourne Exhibition Centre, 19th – 22nd July. Register now to attend Australia’s No.1 Trade Event and see 350+ exhibitors from across the world of interiors.