Textiles might be the most effortless way to make a striking, visual change to your home. If your sofa’s looking a little tired then a flurry of colour across it will reinvigorate for very little investment. Look to Fido, Topsy and Pelly - a very bright bunch ofNow let’s look underfoot. The Agnes rug, handwoven in India, is an intricate design available in punchy brights and subdued blues. The runner would definitely help your hallway make an entrance. For something more neutral the striking monotones of Ikat will make a feature of any floor.
Habitat’s new season ceramics are a colourful affair.is harking back to the sixties with the Helga range of jars - their pattern designed by Martha Coates in our London design studio. Sat on top of a worktop they will serve as an instant update. Go against the grain and swap your white dinner service for a colourful alternative. The Pinya range of dinnerware is made in Portugal and, by using a reactive glaze technique, each piece ends up being unique.
It’s a done deal that lighting will literally brighten up your space, but by using glass the results can be all the more striking. When lit, they create an ambient glow to set the mood of a room. When the light goes off they bring a pop of colour to a forgotten corner and act as a focal point on a bookcase or side table. Look to Louie, a glass globe, or Fitz, a tall cylinderBoth styles are available in 3 different colours.