We might be cruising near freezing temperatures outside but inside the home the first shoots of spring are definitely sprouting! We have begun to welcome the first arrivals of our brand new SS17 collection. You can now tap into the top trends (we gave you the heads up here) and get ahead on the new season. Here’s our pick of what’s new.
This blue is special – it’s the colour of the season. Originally mixed by the artist Yves Klein in the 1960’s, it has pop and luminosity. Take your inspiration from the Jardins Majorelle in Marrakech and grab one of these planters – it really sets off foliage with a bang.
We’ll hand over to Polly, our Creative Director to sell this beauty to you:
“The Peggy throw is my unexpected hero as I wasn’t on the design trip when this throw was created, so it was a wonderful surprise when this huge, oversized throw in my favourite colours of black/ivory and grass green arrived on my desk. The colour is so vibrant and the weight and size give it a luxury feel.”
What more can we say?
Artistry is big this season (take it from the Tate, as they launch their David Hockney retrospective – 2 years in the planning). Painterly strokes, splattering and stippling – it’s all there but on ceramics it feels like it’s in its truest guise. Start as you mean to go on this season with this vase, and make a statement without saying a word!
Have you ever seen curves like it? Taking its inspiration from the 1920’s, this 3 seater sofa is a modern update on a classic shape. Whilst you can choose from 14 different colours across 3 fabric options, we love the emerald green velvet for its movie star elegance. (Team it with blush pink cushions to really make it shine – Regency is a good choice.)
Skinny. Black. Coffee. Not your regular pick-me-up, but something you definitely need in your life. Skinny Linear is the trend. Nestor is the solution. Just gorgeous.
Rugs have gone luxe and super sized this season. Leo’s first off the blocks; 6 square metres of hand knotted, natural jute which gives off a soft sheen. We love its slightly shaggy appearance that softens the geometry of the pattern.
A touch of the Art Deco…a nod to the Orient… Whichever way you look at, gosh it’s pretty. Perfectly suited to the living room, but we think it would look particularly striking on bedside tables. A soft light against clean lines it strikes the balance between feminine and masculine, which could be just what you’re looking for in the boudoir.