Discover the latest home interior trends at this year’s Suffolk Show 2017

Style will be in abundance within the Lifestyle Pavilion at Suffolk Show 2017. Picture: Sarah Lucy B

Style will be in abundance within the Lifestyle Pavilion at Suffolk Show 2017. Picture: Sarah Lucy Brown. - Credit: Archant

From cosy cushions, to stylish rugs and tiles - there will be something to suit everyone’s style within the Lifestyle Pavilion at Suffolk Show 2017

Visitors enjoyed the Lifestyle Pavilion on the second day at last year's show. Clare Kelly and Will

Visitors enjoyed the Lifestyle Pavilion on the second day at last year's show. Clare Kelly and William Churchill. There will be plenty more to buy and see at Suffolk Show 2017. Picture: Sarah Lucy Brown. - Credit: Archant

Show-goers looking for latest trends from the world of home interiors should head to the Lifestyle Pavilion, where they will find an abundance of local designs and products.

Once again, visitors can browse from a fabulous array of wares and bespoke furniture when a whole host of East Anglian-based designers set up shop at the Suffolk Show this year.

New brands who will be heading to the pavilion, which this year has moved to a more central location within the showground, will include stockists of beautifully crafted countryside inspired pieces, Alderton Sage Home, as well as timber products inspired by the coast from Pebble Beach Ltd.

This year, the luxury pavilion area is sponsored by R.W. Curles and C & N Heating, which will also be hosting regular show favourites, including, independent department store Barretts of Woodbridge, as well as Laudy McB Designs, based in Essex, with its contemporary home furnishings, purses and iPad cases using Scottish and Irish tweeds, among many others.

L-R Debbie Golder, Jill Barrett and Sue Cullum pictured at last year's Suffolk Show. There will be s

L-R Debbie Golder, Jill Barrett and Sue Cullum pictured at last year's Suffolk Show. There will be so many things to browse from in the Lifestyle Pavilion at Suffolk Show 2017. Picture: Sarah Lucy Brown. - Credit: Archant


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Those looking to kit out their entire home will find heaps of inspiration at the show, from designer kitchens from the Churchill Brothers stand, to traditional handmade wall tiles from Bromley and Fitch Tile Merchants, and bespoke wooden furniture from Treeincarnated.

But that’s not all, as The Rug and Carpet Studio from Long Melford will be heading to the show again this year. There visitors will be able to see a beautiful range of fine handmade rugs and carpets as well as antique rugs, runners and room size carpets. There will also be a range of Kelim furniture, stools and interior accessories, plus expert advice on hand to assist with style, colour and suitability for any home.

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The Wool Room will be back for the second time, and this year, its team have expanded their stall. Commenting on what visitors can expect, Niki Wilden, manager said: “Being sheep farmers it seems natural that we would promote the wonders of wool, so we are delighted that we can share our enthusiasm for a natural fibre that really does have some magical properties,” Niki added: “At the Wool Room Sleep Studio we specialise in natural wool bedding and mattresses made from the finest British wool, which is scientifically proven to improve sleep quality.

“We have a range of duvets, pillows and mattress protectors to choose from, as well as comfy mattresses and even divans and headboards covered in beautiful wool fabrics, which not only enhance your sleep, but look fantastic too.”

Guests can find the Wool Room’s expanded stand within the Lifestyle Pavilion, where its team will be selling a wonderful array of beautiful home furnishings, as well as offering an extra 5% off products bought at the show.

Niki said: “We’ll have a full range of products at the show again this year including pillows, duvets, mattress protectors and even a lovely wool mattress for people to try! In addition, we’ll have beautiful wool blankets and throws, all made from wonderful British wool and we mustn’t forget Baarney our life size sheep footstool, he’ll be keeping an eye on the stand for us!” ?

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