This time in our series of ‘behind the scenes’ posts, we’re excited to be talking to the design duo behind Salvesen Graham, Nicole Salvesen and Mary Graham. With a combined 20 years’ experience, specialising in classic interiors with a modern twist, who better to quiz about their design inspiration, style and favourite places to shop? How long have … Read More
Something exciting is happening during the Josef Frank Exhibition at the Fashion & Textiles museum… Meet Roger Oates, the doyen of artistic rugs and runners, at an evening dedicated to chic and colourful flooring at the Fashion and Textile Museum on Thursday 27 April, 6-8pm. Roger will be in conversation with Giles Kime, Interiors … Read More
Our stripe runners are coveted by interior designers and specified for both large and small projects. Occasionally we are fortunate enough to be able to photograph some of the beautiful houses where our runners have been fitted. Isis Reed Herefordshire based Interior designer Sarah Stewart Smith chose the expressive tonal stripes of Isis Reed (named after … Read More
As featured in Selvedge Magazine, words by Ptolemy Mann A vibrant, saturated rose pink runner curves down the stairs and hits a mandarin floored landing. This is gorgeous intense colour celebrating an often forgotten part of our interiors; the stairs. For many of us the stairs are the first things that greet us when we come home, … Read More
See here for Alexander Ekman’s video for Bolon’s new collection “Silence”
We think this is really interesting, and of course we admire the craftsmanship and attention to detail required. Ramp Ceramics
Markus Uran of Toronto-based Metsa Design has re-invented the paper bag with his up-cycled striped creation. We applaud the up-cycling, and functional good design, but but most importantly we like the soft uniform stripe colour-way.
We cant fail to be wooed by Marc Jacobs’ SS13 line – an collection full of monochromatic stripes. Bold, simple, stripes: we are very impressed.
From the moment we spotted this new French brand Colonel, we liked their fresh palette and crisp blocks of colour. Their new collection is inspired by outdoor furniture and composed of wood, textile material and “surprising colour”. A company after our own heart.