Coveted Cushions in the Press

Cushions are ideal for giving a room an instant update and we can’t help but love all of the fabulously patterned versions that are everywhere at the moment…

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Pip Studio are world renowned for their vibrant prints and eye-catching motifs. This Birds in Paradise cushion which appeared in Heart Home Magazine is ideal for brightening up any setting and is particularly striking when combined with complementing Pip bed linen.

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The Jean Paul Gaultier Home Collection brings high fashion to your living space and with four fabulous colourways inspired by the seasons you would be excused for buying one in every shade! The Envol Bleu cushion featured in Good Housekeeping is fantastic for welcoming spring into your home, mix and match it with more quirky designs from the brand.

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Another beautiful Pip Studio print with a more vintage feel is the Flowers range, which features elegant drawings and bouquets. Appearing in The Gloucester Echo the Flowers neckroll is a more unusual cushion to add to your collection, which will be right at home on either a bed or a sofa.

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What perfectly patterned cushions have you seen?

All About You Can’t Get Enough of Jean Paul Gaultier

The effortlessly chic Jean Paul Gaultier homeware collection has been named as one of the best celebrity interior ranges by All About You and we couldn’t agree more! Not only are some of the brands most iconic prints now available to adorn your home, they are also separated into seductive seasonal hues, ideal for anyone with a specific colour scheme in mind.

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In the Autome collection we particularly love the Morphing & TartanTwiggy cushions both in gold shades, which are perfect for adding a touch of autumnal spice to drab interiors.

Which fabulous prints have caught your eye?

Perfect Patterns in the Press

Patterns are everywhere this season, we can’t open a magazine or go on our favourite websites without spotting bold geometrics, fluid florals or strong lines on nearly every page. Whilst patterns can be slightly daunting through fear of knocking a whole room off kilter, by adding subtle embellishes you can easily refresh a room without overpowering it. Here are our top patterned picks in the press this month…

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Missoni Home is of course the king of beautiful patterned prints, so anything from this vibrant brand is sure to wow in any room. The Jazz towel 5 piece set which featured in Feel Good You Magazine, not only looks fabulous but is a must-have practical accessory. The vast amount of colours in the design means that you can easily pick out key tones for complementing bathroom accessories, which will really bring these towels to life.

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Patterns don’t have to be vibrant and contemporary; they can also be a perfect way to add traditionalism to your home. This Hamish draught excluder from Mulberry Home appeared in HeartHome Magazine and is the ideal blend of autumnal colours and pattern. The elegant plaid design is wonderfully on trend this season and the adorable dog design will be a welcome addition to any home.

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Animal prints are also huge & now we aren’t just talking about the normal leopard & zebra varieties – we mean actual animals! From bright eyed owls to russet foxes, creatures are everywhere in interiors fashion and are quickly become a top pattern in their own right. Jonathan Adler’s Brasilia cushion collection is a chic blend of geometric shapes and animals motifs, we particularly love the natural snake cushion which appeared in Absolutely Chiswick this month.

What eye-catching patterns will you be adding to your home this autumn?

Yastik by Rifat Ozbek in House & Garden

The beautifully unique Ikat cushions from Yastik by Rifat Ozbek have appeared in House & Garden this month adorning an effortlessly chic New York apartment in their Manhattan Transfer article.

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These vibrant cushions are perfect for adding a splash of colour to any space, whilst the traditional dyeing techniques used to create them bring classic designs to the room. Each cushion is hand dyed onto antique fabric, giving every piece its own personal character and look, ideal for anyone wanting to construct an unique interior.

Do you love the Yastik by Rifat Ozbek cushions as much as we do?

Designers Guild Varese Cushion on Stylenest

Complement sleek blue bed linen with the Designers Guild Varese Marine cushion. Appearing on Stylenest recently, this velvet & silk cushion adds texture to any room and features two enchanting blue hues on the front & back.

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Available in a range of shades, the Varese cushion is ideal for mixing and matching to create unusual colour combinations or can be easily coordinated with an existing theme.

Which colour will you choose?

Quick and Easy New Looks for your Home

Creating a new interior style doesn’t have to mean an entire overhaul of your home. By adding a few bold touches you can significantly alter the overall look and feel of an interior space. Once you have decided on your desired theme, all that is needed for a quick spruce up is a few strategically placed cushions and throws.

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A particular trend that shows no sign of disappearing any time soon is folk inspired designs, which create a fun, bohemian feel wherever these items are placed. Folk prints which are extremely intricate and bold can easily become a focal point of a room, therefore you don’t need much to make a statement.

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This Niki Jones Dara cushion features in Homes & Antiques this month, its gorgeous embroidery and hand stitched butterfly is perfect for carrying out the folk look. With this trend, mixing and blending of patterns & colours are a must. Be bold and layer cushions and throws from different brands & colour spectrums.

This quick and easy interior reinvention can be carried out with any theme or style. Which exciting new trend would you add to your home?