The Elite London Show – the exclusive jet set lifestyle event – took place on 8th and 9th May at Rizon Jet’s VIP terminal in Biggin Hill and this year included a Luxury Homes Pavilion within their format.
Exhibitors included Kensa Designs, who hand paint artwork onto antique and bespoke furniture, creating beautiful one-off pieces for the discerning customer. They showcased some of their unique creations including a 1920s wardrobe adorned with a Stallion, a peacock painted onto a sideboard, an 1970s Scottish chest of draws decorated with a skull and many more striking pieces.
Kensa Designs Director Sally Ann Maine Tucker described ‘our creations are works of art; one off statement pieces with the perfect balance between the highest quality craftsmanship and impeccable artistic design. We build bespoke furniture or meticulously restore the perfect antique that evolves into a piece that is one of a kind.’
In attendance also were objects d’art makers Intrepid Design, whose furniture is skillfully crafted from parts of decommissioned aircraft, including chairs made from ejector seats and a dining room table from a 747 chassis. At the heart of each stunning item is a component that represents the pinnacle of aviation engineering and a part of airline history.
Also paying homage to mechanical design, Chisel Pool showcased their eyecatching 7 foot pool table, built on the top of a vintage Mini Cooper. Chisel Pool explained ‘,The entire table was built using parts from the Mini, giving our highly skilled and experienced fabricators a unique challenge and one that really utilises everything they have learned over the years. Cut and shaped to the client’s exact size specifications, this pool table features a working light system, English walnut finished back panels and pool cushions made from American black walnut veneer’.
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