The 20th anniversary edition of Decor + Design, 17 – 19 July 2024 at Melbourne Exhibition Centre, will be a unique opportunity to see the latest collections from heritage and emerging brands across indoor and outdoor furniture, lighting, art, textiles and more. Here are some playful pieces from our exhibitors, which will bring oodles of joie de vivre to any space.

Fruit Sculptures By Pink Pear

Pink Pear is the exclusive Australian distributor of the spectacular decorative fruit produced by Bull & Stein, the European home of extravagant collections of fruit sculptures.

These individually made sculptures are perfect for either glorious indoor displays, a wow factor in commercial properties or stunning outdoor garden and landscape architectural features.

We love the large whimsical lemons pictured in the top image of the article, as well these cute porcelain cherries (left) which will add a playful feel to a minimalist kitchen.

Zulu Light Shades By Satara

Satara are returning to Decor + Design in 2024, showcasing unique pieces which effortlessly create Relaxed Luxury Living. We love their Zulu light shades, which were originally custom made for a project in South Africa.

Handwoven from synthetic wicker and available in 3 sizes, colours and designs, they will be design heroes inside or outside. Be aware that if you are selecting these for an interior design project, you will need an electrician as Satara only supply the shade itself.

Homewares By GlobeWest

Another heritage brand returning to Decor + Design in 2024 is GlobeWest. A favourite of visitors over the years, GlobeWest will also be celebrating their 20th anniversary this year.

GlobeWest offer extensive collections across furniture and decor, which are used by interior designers across the country for diverse projects. We also love their current homewares collection, which includes functional items such as cushions, lighting and throws as well as objet d’art. 

Register now to visit Decor + Design 2024, 17 – 19 July at Melbourne Exhibition Centre. Entry to the exhibition is free by limited to design trade visitors. This year will also feature the launch of the inaugural Green Design Show, a beautifully demarcated space celebrating the best in sustainable design.

The Seminar Series program, supported by The Design Files, will be released in April, with tickets ranging from $55 – $90.