Today we went to the press and trade preview for Focus ’11 at Design Centre Chelsea Harbour. We had the morning free to do as we wished. Truth be told – I slept in – as I am having a devil of a time getting accustomed to the time change. It’s always like this for me. Somewhere around day five I get used to the time change and start to feel more like myself. Tomorrow will be my day, just in time to return back to the States on Tuesday. Figures, right?So I decided to make my way to the design center on my own. I got in a cab and he took me to the exhibition center in Canary Wharf. As we drove there, I DM’d my blogtour friends to get an exact address to be sure he was taking me the right place. Upon arrival, I was certain it was wrong. The cab driver asked four other different cabs, two police, and two security men if they knew where the design center was. No one knew of any permanent design centers in the area.I finally heard back from Michelle (@StudioM_) that the design center doesn’t have an official address, (wha???) but that it’s in Chelsea Harbor. THAT IS ABSOLUTELY CLEAR ON THE OPPOSITE SIDE OF LONDON! Ar-r-r-gh.Needless to say, I ended up being quite late to the design center and missed seeing both the V and A Baths and Samuel Heath showrooms. They are sponsors of BlogTour, and after checking out their websites, I very much wanted to see their products in real life.I didn’t get a whole lot of browsing in at the design center. I feel like every show and event we’ve gone to just hasn’t had enough time allotted to really absorb what it is I am seeing. I so appreciate the beautiful things we’ve whizzed by over the past 4 days. It would be nice to spend an entire day in each of these shows. Do I sound greedy?Did you miss my earlier posts about BlogTour? Day 1 Victoria and Albert Museum, Day 2 Poggenpohl, TENT, and Origin, Day 3 100% Design, Day 5 Decorex International – check them out! I’ll be back tomorrow with the 5th and final day of BlogTour news from Decorex International.