We round-up our design picks of the moment
Sink into comfort
Lead image Are you after a sofa you can just sink into after a long day? Then the latest upholstered design from The Sofa & Chair Company should be checked out. Sophia personifies sophistication with delicate curved lines, natural grain show wood and a vast fabric collection available to choose from. The design comes with a graceful and curved silhouette which is accentuated by a customisable wooden framework. It also comes in 12 wood finishes and a variety of sizes.
Rise into spring
Below Is your home in need of a completely fresh look? Then Rose & Grey's new Spring collection could be perfect for you. The new arrivals focus on natural materials such as wood, bamboo, rattan and macramé, and include statement velvet sofas, faux botanicals, a genius extending dining table and bold tableware. Standout pieces include rattan peacock side tables, an indigo velvet love seat, a faux olive tree and two mid century-inspired leather armchairs. You'll also get the chance to add some real variety to your walls with a bold collection of jungle prints available.
Below If you feel your kitchen is in need of a spring update, LochAnna Kitchen's 18 new ranges are worth considering. The new collections combine both traditional and contemporary designs, encompassing new clever storage solutions and unique features. For instance, there is the new Mala collection, which will let your kitchen radiate true modern Italian styling at its very best, using high quality paint and lacquers. It will also let you utilise the current trend for copper accessories and antique handles, providing an elegant and contemporary look for your space.
Below LinenMe's new tonal bedlinen collection acts as the perfect antidote for lifting bedroom schemes this season. Providing a wonderfully natural and textured finish, the selection of 100 per cent linen duvets, pillowcases and sheets will provide comfort and understated luxury in a palette of invigorating new tones. By combining on-trend tones with the brand's signature palette, the new bed linen range has been designed to coordinate effortlessly with one another, ensuring it is ideal for mixing and matching. The decorative weave adorns the linen with geometric diamond pattern, making it ideal for creating a subtle textural interest in the bedroom.
Below Henry Holland has revealed his second interiors collection with Habitat. The capsule collection features artwork from House of Holland's SS17 catwalk – Free to Roam – and is translated across textiles, upholstery and bedding. It will be available throughout March from habitat.co.uk and their flagship Tottenham Court Road store. Included in the new range is the Misty armchair (£595) and footstool (£195). The retro curves are accentuated by high contrast blue velvet piping that frame the chairs, capable of giving any room elegance with edge.
Article by: EKBB