If you’re into monochrome interiors with hints of natural, irresistible textures, we’ve got you covered.
Rejoicing all things natural, the weave is key for us for Spring Summer 19. We’re thinking rattan, cane and pampas fibres accumulated together to create beautiful yet functional furniture pieces for your home.
Opt for honey-toned chairs and monochrome coffee tables, combined with glass-encased dimensional vases, all finished by hand to bring a touch of au natural to any interiors scheme. Opt for something particularly unique and create an unusual, bohemian look.
We paired up with interiors influencer, Dan Hull of @_millergrey, to give us a lesson on creating a minimalist home, proving that keeping things simple and pared back doesn’t need to be mundane or boring.
Set The Mood
What goes better with a relaxing setting than candle holders, made for a cosy Summer night in? Update your space for the new season with subtle finishing touches like the Large Cane Glass Vase. Encased within cane for a rustic finish,it creates a unique piece perfect for dressing bare tables and corners.
Take The Weight Off
With a fresh natural tone and plenty of texture, the French Cane Chair is the perfect seasonal update. The rattan chair features a pared-back design with a light finish, creating a striking yet versatile piece. Finish by pairing with a grey cushion, just like Dan, for added comfort – and style.
For A Hint Of Edge
The Eclipse Leather Pouffe is an understated and contemporary accent piece perfect for adding to living rooms. The large pouffe is crafted from leather with an aged finish, making for a slightly rustic look. Simple in design, the versatile piece provides an inviting seat for informal areas.
Tea Or Coffee?
The Banswara Marble Coffee Table is a sleek, contemporary accessory for your living room. Thanks for the stylish marble on a black iron frame, it's a striking coffee table which we're 100% sure you'll love for years to come.
The Devil Is In The Detail
The Carved Ellipse Bowl will provide a pretty accessory for your home. Created using reclaimed mango wood, the bowl features a simple pattern carved throughout in a contrasting tone, casting a pretty design on the understated piece.