Elements Fine Furnishing is delighted to announce the arrival of the new RENAISSANCE COLLECTION from WEITZNER. Share → Tweet


Pierre Frey’s latest wallcovering collection, Graminees, bridges traditional weaving with contemporary style. With Pierre Frey’s Graminees collection, embark on a poetic journey where traditional technics meet modern aesthetics. Willingly opposing the perfection achieved by industrial technics, natural fibers and their irregularities are here enhanced by pure, subtle and neutral colour ranges. Traditionally woven, each texture of this collection expresses Mother Nature’s beauty: wild and magnificent, with regular rhythms, always unique… Due to that, each roll has its own personality, allowing you to create your exclusive atmosphere. We recommend these wallcoverings... Read The Rest →


We are delighted to have the following new collections from the Pierre Frey group in our showroom.  Braquenie’s Imperatrice Eugenie collection is a stunning collection of wall coverings printed on a variety of grounds: non -woven, paper and silk. Mixing patterns inspired by the Second Empire and the opulence of the East, our collection “Impératrice Eugénie” transports you between classic elegance and refined exoticism. The motives printed on silk are the jewels of this collection: at crossroads between tradition and modernity, combining craftsmanship and new techniques. Following the traditional pilgrimage... Read The Rest →


Opinion formers and British public vote Zoffany one of the UK’s coolest brands in 14th annual CoolBrands survey The official listing of this year’s coolest brands – including Zoffany – was announced this week. The 2015/16 CoolBrands list is the result of an extensive voting process that involved 36 opinion formers and 2,500 members of the British public. The opinion formers involved in the vote included musicians Ella Eyre and Labrinth, SB.TV founder Jamal Edwards, British Fashion Council Chief Executive, Caroline Rush, and leading Editors from publications such as Tech... Read The Rest →