Michèle Oberdieck’s glorious designs encompass screen prints on textiles encapsulated in glass, as well as drawings and fabric hangings. And there’s no better setting to view her whimsical designs than the Ice House in Holland Park.Read more →
Arresting prints on a large scale will enliven any scheme. Here, two fabulously bold patterns add instant drama, but a calming palette of blue and white, teamed with sisal flooring keeps the look grounded. We love the silver animal head – a whimsical twist on the traditional mounted trophy.Read more →
Today, the spectrum of colours at our disposal is vast, but it hasn’t always been this way. What we now take for granted is the legacy of an enduring human obsession with harnessing the vivid colours of the natural world.
Colour Coded is a fascinating exhibition, starting this month at Museums Sheffield, which explores theRead more →
Decorating with black and white can add glamour and drama to a scheme, but it can also introduce a note of refined sophistication. Here, a pale, plain background allows strong monochrome patterns to sing out without overpowering the look. A deep-pile rug and plush upholstery soften the room’s modern edge, lending a tribal feel.Read more →