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Decorex SA connects you with the best 2019 décor, design and lifestyle trends


The African continent is positioning itself as a global style icon, fusing the influences of international trend-makers with the unique colour and vibrancy that characterises its people and cultures. The impact of this colourful continent on the 2019 lifestyle trends will be brought home through the features and products showcasing at Africa’s biggest décor and design exhibition – Decorex SA. Consisting of Decorex Durban, Decorex Cape Town and Decorex Joburg, this year’s much-anticipated theme ‘Designing for Africa - feels like home’ encapsulates the re-birth of the African style powerhouse. “We are at a crucial moment in the evolution of technology, both globally and here at home,” explained Anita Bloom, Creative Director at Decorex SA. “The incredible advances in artificial intelligence, virtual augmented realities and 3D printing are about to transform every aspect of our lives. And in response to the imminent digital revolution we are re-focusing on what it means to be human, and this is taking us back to our African roots. Consumers are at a crossroads asking profound questions about their place in the world. How do we hold onto our identity? How do we stay emotionally aware? How do we re-connect with the world around us? By creating a calm, home-style space that gives our minds the freedom to wonder. A space to embrace a positive, new approach to life.” Decorex SA reveals the revitalising trends to look out for in 2019 and beyond: Getting a feel for it - Surface Tactility The average human interacts with a digital surface over 1000 times a day. This constant technological interaction leaves us craving a tactile experience with soft, porous surfaces that breathe life. Walls, fabrics and even counter tops are taking on a more tactile sensation through ceramic tiles, 3D printing and textured paint. New interior design materials - including grounded tiles, recycled plastics and materials - with more traditional materials – marble and granite – are all finding their place. - Ribbed Surfaces This tactile experience extends into this folded style of dynamic skin. The rounded, 3D effect plays with the concept of light and dark through delicate shadows. Textured ceramic wall coverings, wooden panels, velvet walls, and chrome cylinders will allow you to control the mood and tone of any room through this enfolded décor trend. - Rugs as Wall Art Statement rugs are now moving from the floor to the wall, with quality fabrics and enchanting designs taking their righteous place in a visually captivating space. Draw the room together with a textured, hand-woven rug. Taking shape - Reinventing the Arch The traditional arch-style from the 1970s has been reinvented in entrance hallways, walkways and alcoves providing a soft space for the presentation of signature décor items. - Abstract Art Muted, natural prints, one-line sketches and asymmetric patterns with minimal definition are characterising the on-trend abstract art finding its way into 2019’s décor style. Complete the natural look with hand-crafted, wooden frames. - Mirrors and New Circles In a space to reflect on humanity and our place in the world, mirrors form an integral subject matter that speak to who we are. Circular shapes are coming to the fore, with stylised, straight lines used to contrast this smooth flow, while many are looking towards more imperfect shapes. Wood and glass are being incorporated into this Japanese Wabi-Sabi style, seeking beauty within the imperfect. Less or more? - Mindful Minimal Interiors’ The Eastern-style simplicity is echoed in Mindful Minimalism which encourages the decluttering of a life in search of harmony. Rather than overconsumption and unconscious reaction, we are seeking introspection and conscious action. Lighter tones complete this space, envisioned in silence. - Japandi (or Japanordic) Style Elegance meets minimalism in this Eastern-style trend that hints at wabi-sabi’s search for beauty in imperfection. Muted tones continue in this serene design which incorporates textured finishes – ceramics and woods – with Scandinavian clean lines anchoring this playful design. - Maximilism There’s room for layering in 2019 as colour, patterns and texture combine in one fuller décor trend. Pre-conceived ‘clashing’ colours, vibrant patterns and deeper hues – in Maximilism, more is more…but in small doses. - Bold Wallpapers Large colour prints, florals, clouds, birds and decadent, abstract patterns have found their place as Bold Wallpapers adhere to interior décor trends. Manufactured with innovative waterproof technology, we will even see Bold Wallpapers working into bathrooms and kitchens. Return to nature - Dried Botanics Working into the Mindful Minimalism and Japandi trends, dried flowers and branches allow for the vital re-connection with nature without overwhelming the senses. A simple botanic feel with unannounced organic colours root any space with the outdoors. - Wicker Returns’ The former industrial trends of steel and light have softened into the organic Wicker Trend that is weaving its way into design. Rather than the traditional organic colours, wickerlastic is being re-discovered in the classic black, perfectly partnering with the Geometric Monochrome Trend. - Illuminating Trends The cold, industrial-style lights are being re-envisioned with handblown glass, wicker, wood and stone – fused with copper and gold brass - creating undefined shapes that illuminate every space. The simple, natural lighting styles are being cleverly digitised, allowing for Smart lighting functionality. With the mere touch of a button, every aspect of home illumination can be remotely controlled, offering security and style in one motion. Long forgotten spaces - Statement Ceilings Referred to as the ‘5th wall’, it seems Michelangelo had it right all along. Ceilings are no longer just functional and forgotten, rather gaining well-deserved attention through intricate paintwork, wooden structures and even digital imagery. - Bathroom Design Merely utilitarian no more, the bathroom is an extended living space, with personalised décor, upholstered seating, cushions and clusters of pendant lighting creating a soft sanctuary. This is now a room to de-stress and unwind, away from the demands of work and even home life. - Interior to exterior Architects, landscapers and designers are working these modern styles into the outdoors. Whereas the exterior was once an afterthought, more conceptualisation is going into making this more than just ‘outside’. Matte roofs with gloss gutters; industrial-style, red-brick feature walls; neutral palettes combined with steel and raw concrete; upgraded landscaped elements and re-envisioned garage doors and sheds are being integrated into interior design. The right tone A vital component of every décor aspect is colour. And you can expect some really exciting tones and hues entering 2019. - Ice cream/gelato pastels on feature walls, dining room chairs, table runners, scatter cushions, vases or doors. A touch of these Spring colours will enliven a room. - New mint is a gender-neutral colour with a futuristic feel, forecast to be the colour for 2020. - Earthy colours and warm neutrals allow us to transcend the cold, sterile shades of previous years and embrace the warmth of nature. Layers of burnt orange, warm beiges and shades of green create a soothing atmosphere. - Believed to be the colour for 2019, Night Watch is a lush, rich teal which is calming, fresh and healing. - The vibrant Gen Z yellow is being mixed with greys as a pop of colour. It can be used to brighten a door or even room as a feature wall. - Sage green is a subdued, almost neutral colour that works well with dusty pink, offering a fresh interior accent. Bloom said the 1970s Home Décor Trend is also finding its place in the 2019 décor and design realm, with boho chic and retro glam reflected in key elements such as lighting, ribbed fabrics and re-used bricks. “The 1970s style calls for bold confidence in colours and shapes with a design that integrates easily into the modern-style trends,” explained Bloom. “Finally, the Personal Touch Trend will never go out of style. Take inspiration from the emerging trends, but personalise them by adding elements that mean something to you. Trust yourself to know what will revitalise you in your own, safe sanctuary.” DECOREX SA 2019 DETAILS Decorex Durban 21 – 24 March 2019 10am – 6pm daily Durban Exhibition Centre Trade-focused day: 22 March 2019 Ticket Prices: Adults – R95 Student/Pensioners – R85 Kids U12 – R20 Trade – R85 Decorex Cape Town 1 – 5 May 2019 10am – 6pm daily Cape Town International Convention Centre Trade-focused day: 2 - 3 May 2019 Ticket Prices: Adults – R110 Student/Pensioners – R100 Kids U12 – R20 Trade – R100 Decorex Joburg 7 – 11 August 2019 10am - 6pm daily Gallagher Convention Centre Public holiday: 9 August Trade-focused days: 7 - 8 August 2019 Ticket Prices: Adults – R120 Student/Pensioners – R100 Kids U12 – R20 Trade – R100 For more information, email [email protected] Visit: www.decorex.co.za Facebook: Decorex SA Twitter: @decorexSA Instagram: @decorex_sa LinkedIn: Decorex SA Blog: http://www.reedexpoafrica.co.za/decorexblog/

Venue:
Durban ICC
Inkosi Albert Luthuli ICC Complex , 45 Bram Fischer Rd Durban

When:
Mon, 25 Mar 2019 10.00am -
Mon, 25 Mar 2019 6.00pm


RIQAS Roadshow - Durban 2019


The RIQAS Roadshow is coming to South Africa! It is a great opportunity to expand your External Quality Assessment (proficiency testing) and general laboratory quality control knowledge and understanding. Join us on Wednesday 27th March 2019 at Southern Sun Elangeni & Maharani hotel Durban from 09:00 to 15:30pm. Refreshments and lunch will also be provided.  This event is FREE so don't miss out - register now!  *Full itinerary will be available closer to the event

Venue:
Southern Sun Elangeni
63 Snell Parade Durban

When:
Wed, 27 Mar 2019 9.00am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


NPO Business Forum - 29 March 2019


Presentation 1: Zoë-Life Zoë-Life is a Durban based organisation which has innovated several game-changing models and tools which address really difficult social and health challenges. Join us for a discussion about how we can innovate meaningfully in a way that we can bring health and healing to our country. Zoë-Life will share two of their innovations, and highlight the lessons learned along the way. Presenter 1: Dr Stephanie Thomas, Director and Founder of Zoë-Life. Dr Stephanie Thomas is the Founder and Director of Zoë-Life. Stephanie, a medical doctor, has worked in HIV and public health for 17 years, innovating sustainable and scalable models of integrated care within the South African context. Stephanie founded Zoë-Life in 2004 and has guided the organisation to remain innovative, relevant, and responsive to the HIV epidemic and its drivers. Zoë-Life has contributed to grassroots solutions that have gone to inform national policy and strategy, particularly in maternal and child health and HIV. Presentation 2: Socially and Economically Marginalised Solutions should draw the strengths of the city, business and civil society together. This will ensure that the rights of the socially- and economically- marginalised are holistically and practically incorporated into the city’s vision for future investment and economic development. Presenter 2: Justice Matarutse, Research Advisor on Policy, Strategy, Information and Research at eThekwini Municipality. 29 March 2019 | 10:00 - 12:00Attendance is free of charge.Venue: Durban Chamber of Commerce and Industry,Conference Centre, Lion Match Office Park,892 Umgeni Road.Google MapFor further information contact Bharriey Pillay or call 031 335 1000.

Venue:
Durban Chamber Of Commerce And Industry
Lion Match Office Park , 892 Umgeni Road Durban

When:
Fri, 29 Mar 2019 10.00am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Monster Jam



Venue:
Moses Mabhida Stadium
44 Isaiah Ntsangasi Road Durban

When:
Sat, 20 Apr 2019 12.00am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Thought Leadership Business Forum - 29 March 2019


Presentation: Insight into how SOEs and Government can successfully manage Public-Private Partnership (PPP) contracts after financial close. This presentation will refer to matters post financial close of Public Private Partnership (PPP) Projects. Managing a PPP contract effectively is one of the most important aspects of ensuring the successful delivery of a PPP. If a PPP is managed efficiently, it will lead to the long-term success of the project. This presentation will highlight the following key areas which have in the past been identified as key elements of a PPP post financial close that have cause to either collapse or require interventions to save the project. Presenter:Ian Petherbridge is a director in the Corporate, Mergers and Acquisitions team at Norton Rose Fulbright. About the presenter: Ian Petherbridge specialises in financial institutions, energy, infrastructure, mining and commodities and technology and innovation and also advises on Namibian law matters. He has extensive experience in the corporate and investment banking business in Namibia, including advising on corporate banking matters, transactional banking, investment banking, debt capital markets, financial institutions, investor services and global markets. His financial markets experience includes advising on the structuring of leveraged financing, real estate financing, project financing and acquisition financing. Ian also regularly advises on escrow and global market products, such as hedging and foreign exchange transactions. He has cross-jurisdictional transactional experience and competition commission matters, including the Namibian Competition Commission. He has also advised on regulatory matters regarding the ICT law in Namibia. He has been involved in the mining sector of Namibia since 2007, where he advised international mining houses on various asset and plant upgrades and financing transactions, along with general advice pertaining to mining matters in Namibia as well asM&As. 29 March 2019 | 14:00 - 16:00Attendance is free of charge.Venue: Durban Chamber of Commerce and Industry Conference Centre,892 Umgeni Road, Lion Match Office Park.View MapFor further information contact Bharriey Pillay or call 031 335 1000.

Venue:
Durban Chamber Of Commerce And Industry
Lion Match Office Park , 892 Umgeni Road Durban

When:
Fri, 29 Mar 2019 2.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Womens Clinic


Womens Clinic South Africa, Womens Clinic Pretoria, Womens Clinic Johannesburg, Womens Clinic Gauteng, Womens Clinic Sandton, Womens Clinic Soweto, Womens Clinic Mamelodi, Womens Clinic Pretoria East, Womens Clinic Randburg, Womens Clinic Ladys Choice Womens Clinic http://www.ladyschoicewomensclinic.co.za

Venue:
Durban Exhibition Centre
Walnut Road Durban

When:
Wed, 25 Jun 2025 5.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Womens Clinic


Womens Clinic Pretoria, womens clinic pretoria west, womens clinic pretoria east, womens clinic pretoria north & womens clinic pretoria north Womens Clinic http://www.drgracewomensclinic.co.za

Venue:
Durban Art Gallery
2nd Floor City Hall Anton Lembede Street Durban

When:
Mon, 12 Aug 2019 12.00am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Ngh Records Marcello black flame tour


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Venue:
MOSES MABHIDA STADIUM DURBAN Shopping Centre
44 Isaiah Ntshangase Road Durban

When:
Wed, 22 May 2019 5.30pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Rico Nevotion



Venue:
Keys on Florida
Durban

When:
Fri, 14 Jun 2019 9.00pm -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am


Purpose on the Rise 2019 Women's Economic Empowerment Conference- Durban


[PLEASE NOTE DATE CHANGE] Ladies, IT'S HARVEST TIME!  This is your moment,  in your season to bloom. It is a season for  your harvest. Ladies tired of waiting for someone else to see your value?  Tired of walking around masking the pain of disappointments?  Wondering when is your time for prosperity going to arrive? Wondering, what do you need to do to take control of your own economic path to freedom? What is there for me?  You done everything you thought you were suppose to do, checked all the boxes, but....now what? Well, this is your time! No more masking, no more pain, no more waiting for someone else..... No more wondering. It's time to take control and be the very change you desire.  Yes, you have planted the seeds of greatness, seeds of abundance,  seeds of success, and now it’s your harvest.  ignite the purpose in you, gain clarity, confidence and courage to RISE. Come celebrate the purpose in you that has been waiting to ignite. Let the purpose in you be magnified by the light of other like minded, phenomenal purpose driven women who are making an impact in the world. If you want to make an impact or want to increase your influence to create a greater impact, this conference is for you.  The is not just a conference, its an experience. An unforgettable experience where you will network with like minded women, celebrate the magic of purpose driven entrepreneurs, learn new strategies and techniques to accelerate your  own success, gain access to information  along 3 learning tracks: 1) Mindset Mastery - Master the Mind to Manifest your Success; 2) Health and Wellness - Your Health is your Wealth; and 3) Business and Entrepreneurship - Starting and Growing a purpose driven business.  These tracks are designed to propel your life, your career and business forward on a path to greater abundance. You will laugh, cry, shout,  pray, celebrate, and engage all while feeding your mind, nurturing your soul and uplifting your spirit with gratitude as new possibilities emerge.   Ladies, it’s your season.  It’s your time. Be here in South Africa.  Don’t miss the date because you will not want to be late. Your time has arrived, and it’s time to Rise. It’s time for Purpose on the Rise. YOU ARE PURPOSED FOR THIS! Who should attend: Women of all ages Entrepreneurs and business owners College Students Career / Corporate / Government / non Profit The Conference will be held in 4 different locations over 4 weekends starting August 3, 2019 August 3-4, 2019 Johannesburg August 10-11, 2019 Pretoria August 17-18, 2019 Durban August 24-25, 2019 Cape Town Choose your city, choose your registration package, and get ready to soar!   If you are interested in being a vendor, sponsor or sponsor speaker, please contact the organizer. This is a global initiative sponsored by Pathways To Abundance, a company of J Coach International, LLC a personal development and consulting company. Our mission is to Inspire, Engage and Ignite purpose in others. So you answer the calling in your life and make the difference you were created to be.  We believe that in each of us lies a purpose, a mark for greatness. When we see ourselves as God sees us, we can step boldly and embrace our destiny. Further, we believe that women hold the key to sustainable growth.  As women rise in purpose, together, we create a rising tide that lifts all boats. This rising tide is the key to improve communities, places of work, places of worship, businesses, educational institutions, political parties, health, build wealth, improve families and the economic foundation necessary to sustain families.  Women, we must rise together and create the change.  We must be willing to change the game.  We can be the change that changes the GAME.   JOIN THE MOVEMENT   FAQs   FAQs   Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event? Young Adults age 15 and above are welcome.  We love all children but small children are not permitted due to liability and other concerns.   What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event? Parking will be available at the venue   What can I bring into the event? Please bring pen and notebook for taking notes.  You will not want to miss the important training.   How can I contact the organizer with any questions? [email protected]   What's the refund policy? all sales are final.   Do I have to bring my printed ticket to the event? Yes   Can I update my registration information? please contact the organizer.   Is my registration fee or ticket transferrable? please contact the organizer.   Is it ok if the name on my ticket or registration doesn't match the person who attends?  Name must match the registration. 

Venue:
Durban
South Africa Durban

When:
Sat, 17 Aug 2019 7.00am -
Thu, 1 Jan 1970 1.00am

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