NEW ECLECTICS
Luxury Eclectic
Jennifer Morgan,-Interiors Editor

EMBRACE YOUR INNER DIVA WITH THIS SEASON’S TWIST ON LUXURY STYLE. IT’S BOLD, BRIGHT, CONFIDENT AND PACKS A STRONG PATTERN PUNCH

Calling all maximalists… your colour clash prayers are about to be answered. This season’s New Eclectics trend is bold, fun and pattern-rich, which means you can let your quirky, confident and creative side run wild. As Philippa Prinsloo, Partner & Design Manager Home, explains, ‘The palette we’ve chosen for this collection offers a freedom to express individuality and create a real personality for your home.’

You’ll find reds alongside pinks, oranges punching up against yellows, and blues nestled next to greens. ‘It’s certainly a mood-boosting style,’ says Melaine Archer, Partner & Colour Designer. It’s also a great look for a living room, where you can impress with your colour confidence. Look for classic shapes with an air of nostalgia – the pleated lampshade, the chaise longue and the slipper chair are all key buys. To really pull it off, Melanie recommends selecting the colour of the largest area, such as a wall or sofa then choosing three shades that work well with it, layering clashing prints and patterns. ‘Building from the base up will give the area a sense of cohesive colour purpose,’ says Melanie.

‘But this look is also about heirlooms,’ says Philippa. ‘Work in pieces from your travels and experiences that hold meaning or memories. It’s a trend that very much helps us to feel human and in the moment.’

Luxury Eclectic

Sofa, £1,599; orange cushion, £25; zebra cushion, £60; green cushion, £45; floor lamp, £225

Luxury Eclectic

Chair, £499; lampshade, £45

Luxury Eclectic

Fish, £38; drip vase, from a selection; purse vase, £98; glass bottle, £250 for five; glass vase, £95; bud vase, £10

Herbert Parkinson
Luxury Eclectic

Yellow and blue pasta bowls; dip bowl; from a selection; grey hi-ball, £6; green tumblers, £5 each; black and white bowls, from a selection; blue hi-ball, £6; glass vase, £95

New Eclectics is perfect for colour enthusiasts who love to decorate, mixing styles and patterns

Philippa Prinsloo,-Design Manager Home
Luxury Eclectic

Teapot, £75; mug, £15; plates, from £16

Luxury Eclectic

Yellow pasta bowl; blue dip bowl, both from a selection; napkin, £15 for two; glass vase, £95

Luxury Eclectic

Chaise, £749; lampshade, from £25; lampbase, £35; framed print, £125

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