With Spring beckoning, a new colour palette enters into the Interiors world. Textures become lighter, colours become more saturated, and we welcome designs into the home that mirror nature, coaxing us out of our cosy, winter mentality. We have rounded up a few curated pieces from our expanding luxury home collection that we feel distil the essence of Spring/Summer 2018. All items are available to purchase from the website.
Pietra Blu Velvet Square Cushion
A scintillating blue kaleidoscope print that echoes the shimmering blue of crystal clear water, this cushion makes the perfect addition to any guest room.
Gelo Blu Kaleidoscope Oblong
This warm orange and sky blue cushion evokes Moroccan tapestry and batik prints - an instant visual reminder of warmer climes and the excitement of travel! Wallpaper is also available in this design.
Orange Feathered Oblong Cushion
Something about Spring makes us bring want to flirt with florals - but there are other ways to add a feminine touch to a room without bringing in the botanical. This cream, orange and baby pink cushion is a delicate and versatile detail for any living space. You can also purchase matching wallpaper and lampshades.
Osmosi Giallo Kaleidoscope Velvet Cushion
The organic shapes on this velvet square cushion recall orchids in bloom. A pale nude and warm yellow design is grounded by a dark purple background, giving it a masculine yet summer-appropriate edge.
Pietra Viola Velvet Square Cushion
Amethyst purple and fuschia pink intermingle on this cushion to create a design that is fitting for bright and breezy spaces. Adopt the Pantone colour of the year trend for Ultraviolet by pairing this design with dusky pink tones and soft reds.
Green Lava Square Cushion
This striking bright green design works best when paired with sleek wooden textures and shades of blue and purple that emphasise its' depth. Its' organic, gemstone-like surface and monochromatic colour-scheme make it one of our most adapatable offerings.
Sunset, 150 x 80 cms
Susi's original artwork is strongly influenced by her time in Florence, and the way the golden light bounced off the colourful architecture. Her piece 'Sunset' interprets this colour scheme into an expressive abstract painting, sure to bring a slice of the warm Italian summer into any space.