A celebration of great design within the great outdoors - Cameron Design House has once again collaborated with award-winning Garden Designer Chris Beardshaw, to create a stunning Show Garden for the RHS Chelsea Flower Show 2022.
Part of the ‘Project Giving Back’ initiative, this beautiful show garden has been designed by Chris Beardshaw for the Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI), a well-respected charity close to the hearts of many.
Discover more about Chris' inspiration behind The RNLI Garden here:
The beautiful Salla chandelier was designed especially for the RNLI Garden. Inspired by a traditional lantern with a twist of modern architecture and sculpture, the Salla features strong lines and flawless symmetry. The multi-faceted pendant, which was handmade in our London workshops, takes centre stage in the striking oak pavilion.
“Light is known for being one of the first signs of a rescue - we were honoured to be able to symbolise this with our Salla chandelier and showcase the amazing work of the RNLI. We were delighted to be asked by Chris Beardshaw to collaborate on the RNLI Show Garden, and unveil the Salla chandelier for the first time at Chelsea Flower Show.”
- Ian Cameron, Creative Director at Cameron Design House
Bringing elements of the charity’s Georgian heritage but with contemporary flair, the RNLI garden perfectly represents the evolution of the organisation. Complemented by Cameron Design House’s Salla pendant, the contemporary chandelier works perfectly to reflect natural light around the garden and to create a striking feature. This was of great importance to designer Chris Beardshaw who wanted to create an impact, by opting for a strong, grounding light sculpture.
A combination of elegant design, sensibility and creative flair, Chris Beardshaw with the help of Cameron Design House has been able to create an inspirational garden that reflects the hard work, effort and ethos of all involved with the charity.