Wednesday, 6 March 2013
The Stepney Green Design Collection was developed by VIVO, a Levitt Bernstein designed housing scheme in the heart of east London. To celebrate east London’s buzzing design and art scene, VIVO commissioned three east London lifestyle and design bloggers (Dezeen, the Londoneer and London Plinth) to curate a design collection showcasing the creative talent on their doorstop. A selection of the collection is being exhibited at VIVO in Stepney Green.
Included in that collection was my fabulous Rosie Emerson print which I won from the lovely Kate of Fabric of My Life, seen here in my dining room (the print, not Kate - not saying it wouldn't be lovely to have her).
Now courtesy of those fabulous collection of people who provided my Rosie Emerson print and in conjunction with the Stepney Green Design Collection, VIVO London are running a giveaway here on Swoon Worthy as well. And man, it's a good one.
It's a 'Decanterlight' by Lee Broom, made from a lead crystal drinks decanter, sourced from an antique market to create a stunning centrepiece.
Lee Broom founded his company five years ago and has since gone on to become one of the UK’s leading product and interior designers, launching five furniture and lighting collections. Check out this video of him talking about the Stepney Green Design Collection (he's pretty easy on the eyes too so ya know, that doesn't hurt).
Stepney Green Design Collection - Lee Broom from Dezeen on Vimeo.
And now, one of his beautiful pieces, worth £300, can be yours...
Want to win it? Well of course you do.
All you have to do to enter is 'Like' Swoon Worthy on Facebook to enter but you can get extra entries by sharing in other ways too! Like following me on Twitter or following VIVO London on Twitter or answering my bonus question...
a Rafflecopter giveaway
The competition will run from today (6th March) and run for a week until 12:00am (13th March) and the winner will be chosen at random once the competition closes. Now go get winning!!!
If you'd like to visit the collection, you can see it at VIVO at 5 Trafalgar Gardens, London E1 3FW.
Posted by Kimberly Hughes at 10:00