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Style council: technology innovator Cornflake partners with Harrods Interior Styling service

A tea set at the Harrods Interior stlying pop up

Award-wining high-end home automation specialist Cornflake has announced a collaborative partnership with Harrods, to launch the Harrods Interior Styling Service at its newly renovated experiential showroom in Fitzrovia W1.

Harrods Interior Styling features a collection of decorative pieces from international designer brands for every room in the home. Contributions are featured in a series of themed niche settings on the upper floor, which has been beautifully redesigned by interior design studio, Stephenson Wright. 

The Harrods Interior Styling team is available for appointment-only design consultations at the Fitzrovia showroom, or at Harrods, where they will design specific commissions and present seasonal styling solutions for all occasions. 

The Harrods Interior Styling team is available for appointment-only design consultations at the Fitzrovia showroom, or at Harrods, where they will design specific commissions…

Stylish home accessories in a window at Cornflake
Cornflake now offers a complete residential styling solution

Reflecting the synergy between interior design and advanced technologies, members of the Cornflake team will also be on-hand to demonstrate discreet integrated audio, visual, lighting and security solutions for today’s luxury homes.

Kimberly Dunstan-Smith, marketing manager, Cornflake said: “The synergy between Harrods Interior Styling and the Cornflake brands provides a perfect opportunity to offer a complete luxury interiors solution for clients that are seeking the ultimate in comfort, security and life-enriching experiences in their own homes.”

Stylish wall light in the Cornflake London showroom
Bespoke lighting on ddisplay the the Cornflake Fitzrovia showroom

The Luxe Review recently visited the new-look Cornflake showroom, and was wowed by the integration of Harrods style, bespoke furniture and leading edge technology.

The mix is a significant evolution of the Cornflake concept, which has been built on big projects like whole home automation and private luxury theatres – the company was the first to develop an 18-seater IMAX home cinema for a residential dwelling. Cornflake continues to offer an exclusive 24/7 365 Concierge service for its discerning clients to ensure the perfect running of its systems, and keep them up to date with new technologies.

Co-owner and CEO Robin Shephard suggested there was even more to come over the next 12 months, hinting at own-brand lifestyle products that Cornflake itself would launch early next year.

His message? Stay tuned! For more on Cornflake, click here. The luxury luxury pop-up is at Cornflake until January 20 2022. 

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