Spring edit – Enter in style
Our Four Favourites
In this blog, we share our top four current favourites to welcome Spring in style.
As the chill of the first months of the year fade, and our clocks change, welcoming more brightness, light and promise of sunshine, we are embracing brighter colours, bolder prints and celebrating new products launched at the recent London Design Week.
Alice Temperley for Romo Fabrics
This month, British Icon female fashion designer, Alice Temperley, has launched a range of interior design fabrics in partnership with Romo fabrics for the very first time.
A partnership that tells the story of how two curators from the world of fashion & interiors have come together to create a dreamlike collection of Fabrics, Wallcoverings, Trimmings and Cushions.
Temperley looks back at her design archives, transforming exquisite fashion pieces into interior masterpieces.
Carly went to the launch, surrounded by many entrepreneurial and successful women, and, met Alice Temperley MBE who shared her story of many years in the fashion industry.
New Cesar Tangram kitchen for Espresso Designs
We love this new kitchen collection, which just launched at London Design Week. It is all about optimising space but in curved and rounded ways. The modules comprise five curved elements and can be configured in whichever way is suited for the space.
These eccentric shapes aren’t made up of simple semicircles or portions of circles but rather follow a fixed radius that is different for every module, introducing a new concept of sinuosity in kitchen design and adapting to various needs.
Soho Home Modular living sofas
Their first modular-sectional sofa collection combines Soho House’s modern design approach with functionality across three ranges, allowing you to configure size and orientations to your individual living space.
They have created three different collections. Aline, Vivianne, and Noelle.
Check them out; super exciting!
Bathroom taps, customised by you
Bathroom fixtures brand Varied Forms has launched a series of customisable bathroom taps and handles designed to suit a range of interiors.
The collection was designed to offer customisable options for sinks and showers that would suit any bathroom interior.
Users can update their taps and handles as they wish, with different finishes after installation to suit changing bathroom needs.
The handle in the collection has a cylindrical shape with a metal bar at the centre that separates it into two halves. Users can choose from metallic finishes, marble or colour options for each half of the handle. Super exciting!