The Woven Edge are a team of passionate UK rug designers who have the knowledge and experience in taking bespoke briefs and making them a reality. Whether you love our collections that are stocked or would love a design with a personalised touch call The Woven Edge team and we’ll be happy to help you with your rug design brief.
Stocked rugs can be delivered the very next day or if you would like a bespoke order, contact The Woven Edge team to enquire on how we can help you with your design project.
The Woven Edge can offer design and production expertise to create luxury, hand crafted rugs around your ideas and design briefs. From professional drawings to samples of fabrics and wallpapers, we can work to adapt the design and colours to meet your requirements.
Depending on your chosen construction delivery can range between 4 weeks to 22 weeks for a custom-made order. If you’re limited on time, we will advise the best construction to meet your project deadline.
Create a luxurious haven
Imagine sinking your bare feet into the finest quality New Zealand wool on a chilly morning. One of our beautiful bespoke rugs will not only transform your living space into a luxurious haven, but it will also give you peace of mind that your rug has been made with the pride and passion of a true artisan.
Add instant wow factor
We aim to create the most desirable rugs in the world; rugs of such unique memorable design that it will be the most eye-catching feature of your home and the talking point of all your friends.
Finest New Zealand wool
To create your beautiful rug, we use only the highest quality yarn of New Zealand wool and bamboo fibres. Wool is a luxurious material with unique natural properties, not least its softness, warmth and natural strength. The rich texture of the wool we use to create your luxury rug gives it excellent durability and a wonderful quality underfoot. Combine this with the luminescent radiance from the soft bamboo fibres and the result is stunning.
Homegrown British design
With their talent, passion and drive, our British designers create designs perfectly tailored to suit your personal style. On approval, they are then hand woven with intricate care into works of art by our team of artisan weavers in India. So, when you order a bespoke rug from us, you are not simply ordering a rug, you are purchasing a timeless design that has taken many hours to produce.
The magic begins in Kidderminster, home of The Woven Edge, which has a long and honoured tradition, known for its wealth of manufacturing for the carpet and rug industry. It is from here that the creative minds of The Woven Edge originate and it’s in this setting that your rug in designed.
The design is then passed to our skilled artisan weavers in India. Our weavers are the heart and soul of our company. It is their dedication to their craft that ensures you have a rug of unparalleled quality and beauty.
Why wouldn’t you buy a Woven Edge Rug?
Each rug we produce is the result of our dedication to our art and to sustainable and ethical methods of manufacture. And you’ll know you have a true masterpiece on your floor when it is not only beautiful, durable and luxurious but has a legacy to be truly proud of.
If you need help finding the best rug for your latest interior project, please give our friendly, expert team who will be happy to answer any questions you may have.
Here’s The Woven Edge round-up of the top home decor trends to look out for to help you stay ahead of the curve in 2019.
Read our latest blog and you’ll discover that many of our key interior trends for 2019 offer a way to update existing looks at home, such as “Back to Bohemian”, or “Organic Matter”. This means you don’t have to redecorate your whole home to be on trend, just a few tweaks and you’ll keep ahead of the design curve.
Animal print in all it’s variation continues to be a popular pattern in both fashion and interiors. Abstract versions of this classic trend gives us a different look with mirrored effects, fragmented form and striped design to break up bold pattern.
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Victoria Beckham Resort 2019 fashion runway on Vogue.com
Paradise Zebra Skin Cushion by Jan Constantine from Amara.com
Feline fabric from https://www.fschumacher.com.
The digital age has moved on beyond what we may have thought possible, making pattern design a paradise and playground for designers to create new looks. Trends see us using printing techniques more, allowing greater colour capability with purposefully pixelated edges. From this we can get photographic prints onto all sorts of substrates whilst linear overlays add movement with multidirectional pattern giving a modern alternative to woven material.
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Image from Pixabay.
Elle Decor Trends. Hanawa Fabric by Black Edition.
Vibrant overlays of colour bring all varieties of checks to life. Mix these with traditional colour combinations to modernise staple tartans and use chunky yarn to emphasise stripes. If you don’t dare to go bold keep things tonal or monochrome to give a subtle nod to this key trend.
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SS2019 Macro trend from WGSN.
Christelle Le Dean textiles.
Missoni 2019 vogue.com.
MATTE BLACK AND KEY CORAL ACCENTS.
Make an impact and be adventurous with the hottest trend right now, Matte Black. Go full on into the depth of darkness with rich shades of ebony and coordinate with natural elements of greenery and wooden furniture to add aspects of light. Coral uplifts intense tones and is set to be a big accent colour for 2019 being Pantones colour pick of the year.
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Paean Black from Farrow and Ball.
Image from Apartmenttherepy.com
Bathroom inspiration from Domino.com
ALL ABOUT AMBER.
With Dulux revealing it’s Colour of the Year for 2019 as ‘Spiced Honey’ we see a versatile shade filled with warm and inviting tones of amber and rich caramel.
Image from Dulux.co.uk
BACK TO BOHEMIAN.
Bold boho prints mixed with scandi chic explores bright pops of colour within a mostly white surrounding. Decorative pattern, hand drawn in style is kept repetitive in structure can be layered using an eclectic mix of materials.
Images from left to right.
Fabric from Spoonflower.com
Roomset provided by Livingetc.com
Who doesn’t love a bit of flower power!?
Barely ever out of fashion, botanical prints inspired by Asian decoration and pretty chintz sees us through to 2019 and beyond. Darker backgrounds make bold prints stand out with greens complementing warm charcoal greys nicely. Mix different scale and pattern to create a jungle full of floral within your home.
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Gucci Vintage Floral Pattern.
Farrow and Ball Helleborus BP5606
Ottoman wallpaper by Anthropologie Stylecaster.comstylecaster.com/
As it becomes increasingly important to create less impact on the environment, eco-friendly products are at the forefront of topical trends. Natural looking pattern is an important theme bringing back terrazo and rustic products. Organic materials like cork also bring back a sense of nomadic styling against industrial influenced surfaces.
Images from left to right.
Image from WGSN.
Amber Grant Pinterest Macro Trend.
Our well-travelled, trend spotting designers can help you choose the perfect rug to ensure your interiors are en vogue, just drop us an email firstname.lastname@example.org we’d love to help.
The Woven Edge Seasonal Style Guide
Christmas is just around the corner, so it's time to start thinking abut how you're going to decorate your home this festive season. What colour scheme will you choose?
We have taken inspiration from some of the biggest retailers and have chosen our favourite decor trends to share with you. We've also included our favourite rugs to complement each look so that you can get your home ready to wow over festive season.
Once you've decided on your colour scheme for 2018, choose one of our luxury, ethically-made rugs as a great accessory to add instant luxury to your home. Perfect for snuggling up in style on a snowy winter's night, while enjoying family dinners or nibbles and drinks with friends at cocktail hour. They're the perfect addition to any room if you want to create that cosy, comforting hygge aesthetic.
Nothing says festive glamour quite like a Christmas colour scheme. And one of these will be perfect for making your Christmas interior shine for the festive period. Add to this one of our rugs to create a real show-stopping focal point this Christmas.
We know now until Christmas is a super busy time for our Interior Designers. So we've been researching our top four style trends that are happening right now. We have also included links to the rugs we currently have in stock - so no lead time, these can be delivered in just 48 hours! What's not to love!
This trend allows nature to take back the landscape to it’s untouched and untamed beauty. Purposefully left to regenerate wildlife and natural habitats has been of great importance to balance out our busy urban city lifestyle and sustain a greener future for generations to come. Boundaries are blurred where indoors and outdoors come together for a sense of peace and mindfulness. Indoor plants have soared within
home interior trends and have been proven to create a happier living environment. #planteriordesign. The idea of city forests have taken focus in our ever growing awareness of our surroundings. Colours are earthy but soft with clay, terracotta and rust adding a contrast of warmth against brighter tones of forest green, moss and verdigris. Textures are rustic and make use of natural elements of stone, wood and vegetation. Crackled surfaces of worn and weathered elements allow for abstract colour movement and oxidised effects.
Tracing routes back to a cultural heritage of nostalgic times, designs take a worldly influence whilst still remembering individual personality. Designs have an aged look with textures of weathered wood and stone layered up with patterns of decorative blooms and botanical elements. Faded prints of flora and fauna embrace a vintage look often drawn with linear qualities to give more of a simplistic graphical look. Colours include a bright and cheery ochre, mahogany, marine blue, cardamon, greige, sail white, brass and haint blue.
Minimal design takes on organic abstract style within this Solace trend. Layers of natural elements creating landscaped pattern. A considered palette of almost neutral tones; blue now being a close third behind cream ones and grey keep a balance of tone, not being too bold or too brash in contrast. Harmonising is key with colours bleeding into one another for subtle change. A search for silence is described with Antarctic reference of white space and soft texture. Grey tones of haze and storm sit alongside purple infused twilight blue and amethyst grey with only maroon making any difference of colour impact.
Colour and light is the centre focus for this trend where experimental clashes of pattern create high contrast and a curiosity to discover more. Designs make use of simple polka dots, bright accents and black outlines creating a very pop art style.
Our latest "Construct Collection" is completely on the Vibe trend. These stunning and dramatic, modern designs create a brilliant talking piece and really add the wow factor to any hall way or contemporary styled home. We designed these and had them handmade in readiness for the Decorex Show where they proved to be very popular, want one for Christmas? You'll need to act fast! Our Vibe collection is available in handtufted in 2 sizes 120cm x 180cm (£950) and 160cm x 230cm (£1620).
Do you deserve a Christmas Bonus?
We think so. You've worked hard all year, just managed to complete your client projects just in time and they're all thrilled to bits with the results. Get in touch to find out about our trade discount! Please call 01562 215115 or email email@example.com to find out about our excellent rates of commission.
For All Rug Enquiries please call 01562 215115 or email Helen@thewovenedge.com
Reference: Thanks to Hannah Malein's Colourhive Colour and Material Trends for AW 2019/20 Decorex Seminar.
Finally we have seen the sun for the first time this year and colour has burst into action and opened our eyes to key trends. Pantone has demonstrated key pops of colour reflecting recent exhibition and trend direction from Heimtex and London Design Week amongst various other shows so far in 2018. Embracing bright colour will be the standout trend for Spring 2018 and the Pantone palette features in our blog Top Tips for a Luxurious Living Room.
London Design Week Highlights.
The trends brought to us by the showrooms of Chelsea Harbour this spring, bring us sophisticated and intricate design with a wealth of confidence in bright colour and bold print. The depth and attention to detail stands up to further scrutiny rewarding your eyes upon their second look. Neutrals are brought to us in natural, unbleached materials such as sea grass, wool, slubbed silks and cottons with a celebratory splash of champagne to add some class. Metallic tones of silver and stone greys pair well with mineral and elemental inspired palettes of green malakite and peridot, showing the first shoots of spring greens. Other dominant accents brought us shades of yellow including butter milk, mustard and ochre. Indigo, teal and peacock blues will be big and pair up well with a warmth brought by coral through to rouge and burnt orange. With sunshine hopes for spring and summer come playful but subtle ice cream tones of raspberries, mint, vanilla and pistachio as shown below in our colour stories
London Craft Week returns to the capital for its fourth edition and tickets for the special event are available here http://dcch.co.uk/London-Craft-Week-2018. 'Reflecting a rising global appreciation of exceptional craftsmanship, it attracts a discerning audience united in their admiration of beauty, substance and authenticity'... if the hand crafted look is for you check out how our rugs are made https://www.thewovenedge.com/rug-making-process.html.
Watercolour and painterly feels are still apparent, easy on the eye and fresh with texture flowing on all levels. Marbled effects, cloudy treatments, washed out bleeds and ikat influences extend the trend surrounding indigo dyed products and handmade techniques. These handmade elements mixed with recycled goods really highlight current world issues and just shows how much influence on interior trends this can create.
Spring Has Sprung
Combinations of green tones and pastel shades of lilac inspired lavender and blue are a combination born to be together. They bring meadow inspired interiors and accentuate the need for foliage inside our homes. Farrow and Ball have created a refreshing look using their Pitch Blue, no.222 and Calke Green, No.34 giving us a real countryside inspired decorative scheme. http://www.farrow-ball.com
An Ice Cream Cone full of Colour
Choose your flavour and sprinkle a joy of pastel shades over the top to mix and match shades of coral, pale blue, lilac grey and peach. The power of pastel is strong and injects lightness and a calming sense into a room. We have seen this flood not only into the interiors market but the catwalk too, really bringing fashion to floor. Use multiple shades combined with simple abstract forms of floral and fauna to add some contrast. https://www.celine.com/en-gb/home/
The Perfect Imperfect
Having a focus on the revival of handcrafted products, 2018 has seen an
influx of the changing of attitudes towards the effects we have on the planet and from this we have a new found acceptance for perfect imperfection and the recycling and reuse of materials such as plastic and rubber. Deriving from Japanese cultures of wabi sabi its all about bringing nature back home and being content with whats we have. Handmade crafts such as shibori and woven products are brought back to life within this trend.
Heimtextil 2018 incorporated this movement as one of their future trends. It is the art of finding beauty in the something that is incomplete and not conforming to what is believed to be pure.
The Power of Pigment. Red and Blue
Graduations of blue and red use as tone on tone colour palettes are big news. Design is kept simple with layers of contrasting scales of light and dark gradations of colour.
Cherry Tomato and Palace Blue from Pantones collection of Spring Summer 2018 colours show us the brightest sides of these bold hues. Red is seen to be the relaxing influence coming across as confident but soft, whilst Blues encourage energy being uplifting and fresh. Dior seen on the catwalk, combines multiple trends of translucent layers with a reflective edge of molecular design in a rich and appropriately royal blue colouring.
Below explores the trends that will out live the winter blues and see us into the New Year. These bright, light, bold and cultured trends have longevity with a wealth of pattern to explore.
GET THE LOOK
Acqua di Parma Decorated candle oolong leaves green tea £91 Harrods.
Embroidered Chair, By Hans J Wegner for Carl Hansen & Son £2679.29 ($3538) from carlhansen.com.
Reinbo Toucan Print, Instant Art Download. AU$10.81 at Etsy.com.
Gardenia Rug from the Floral range at The Woven Edge, various sizes £1296.00-£7200.00.
Geometric pattern has stood the test of time and launches back into fashion with force. Flat 2D design is layered with linear elements of permanent marker style black outlines and block colour. It’s all about pattern clash with bright geometrics and bold colour creating contrast to the more simplistic of patterns, adding vibrant tone with iridescent layers of angular shapes.
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Dries Van Noten Villa geometric-jacquard bomber jacket £1220.00 from Harvey Nichols.
Hexagonal Shelf Mirror £149.00 Marks and Spencers.
Facet Accent Chair, Mineral Blue and Emerald Green £299 from Made.com
Irina Black and Orange Embroidered Cushion £55 from Habitat.
ASIAN - Kabuki
This ancient Japanese art of Wabi-sabi emphasises the use of organic materials and the acceptance of imperfection. Its origins lie within Zen Buddhism where it’s all about finding beauty in hand made goods with irregular characteristics.
Bold palettes of pumpkin orange, rustic red tones and grassy greens add focal points to neutral environments keeping colour at one with nature. Taking influence from traditional Japanese design, certain shrines and gates use these warm tones of orange and are believed to obstruct magical powers and evil spirits.
Handmade bowls and creased linens are a must, so leave your show home worries behind and embrace this eastern trend.
GET THE LOOK
Gubi Turbo Pendant £459 from Houseology
Black Kyusu teapot £70 from cominstea.com
Scion Shibori Wallpaper £39 from Stylelibrary.com
GET THE LOOK
RV Astley Thomas Griem Hurricane Chandelier £1542.00 from Houseology.
Umbra Planter set of 2 Nickel/Brass £40 from redcandy.co.uk.
Gold and Glass Console Table £575 Cox and Cox.co.uk
Celeste Rug from the Classical range at The Woven Edge, various sizes £1296.00-£7200.00.
GET THE LOOK
Puccini Cocktail Cabinet £1999.00 from John Lewis.
Margo Brass Table Lamp £125 from Habitat.
Moby footstool in pink velvet £229 from Made.com.
Bilbao sidetable £179 from Swoon Editions.
Create an elegant living space and have hotel inspired luxury with our inspirational blog of interior design top tips. Invest in quality furniture and accessories from top brands whilst indulging in intricate detail to bring an element of expensive glamour. Follow our style guide to know where to shop and what to buy to bring home high end beauty.
Make a Plan
Make a Room look Luxurious
Colour is key and now is the time to be adventurous with vivid combinations of light and bright tones of peachy pinks and sunshine yellows anchored with statement bold tones of deep emerald green and indigo blue.
Indulge in large items of furniture such as a rolltop sofa or an oversized mirror to create a focal point and then accent around this with flashes of metallic and hints of pattern through fabric and accessories.
Designs exert a natural opulence, using wooden and marble patterns as feature walls and floors. Don’t be afraid to carry colour and pattern through to whatever surface you see necessary, there is no limit and no right or wrong when it comes to cool colour clash.
Finally bring in an outdoor feeling of green with indoor plants promoting good well being and a sense of calm to a room.
‘The Spring 2018 palette encourages a sense of fun and playful release. With an air of complexity and distinctiveness, we find ourselves in a sanctuary of color that is ideal for some more unique and dramatic color mixing.’
Embracing bright colour will be the standout trend for Spring 2018 having an intensity of tone rather than the subtlety of softened pastels. This allows for dramatic colour mixing for a unique look and Pantone have given us some great colour clashing opportunities. The core back to basic neutrals are key for a landscaped backgrounds of natural tone effortlessy anchoring a vivid pallette. Even metallic tones can be used as a neutral base, teamed well with marbled whites and concrete coloured surfaces.
Pantone have created a colour palette to allow consumers to start building their own personal style.
A depth of pattern and colour is enhanced through matt and shine finishes through complimentary clashes of different material used.
Hexagonal features are big news and by using the floor as a blank canvas allows for a great space for a splash of design and colour.
Take advantage of Pantones vibrant colour palette for S/S 2018 and make a statement feature wall stand out against an array of bold colour.
How to Add a Touch of Glamour to your Living Room
Create your own escape of retro luxury with this glamorous collection of living room furniture and accessories.
Soft cotton velvets in deep teal blue frames a scalloped sofa, set for a statement look.
Complimented by high shine brass and matt marble the smooth surfaces work well with the enhanced wood grain of deep ash tones.
Hard edged geometric pattern then gives a bold centrepiece for the floor or wall harmonised with pops of colour within cushions and tassled decorations. Get the look for your lounge by following the links below.
From left to right. Z-fleure-sofa blue velvet from Luxdeco £4110.00. Tom Dixon Stone Pendant Light from the Conran Shop, £205. ‘Watch Me’ Clock from Boconcept, £89. Esme Sideboard in a dark ash stain from Made, £399. Reade Brass Table Lamp from Selfridges, £189.95. Skosberg & Smart Hurricane Lamp from Harvey Nichols, £350. Mid Century Modern Contour Rug from The Woven Edge, £1296-£7200. Teal Tern Tassel Cushion by BlueBellGray from Amara £65. Alexandra D Foster St Barths Cushion from Luxdeco Ltd £195.
Brands such as Cole and Son, Sian Zeng and Charlotte Jade capture a tropical infusion of rainforest activity brought to life with a vivid colour palette of aquamarine, hot pink, burnt orange and teal blues. Deeper background tones were evident in providing a richness of colour allowing for pattern to stand out as a statement.
Whilst pantones 2018 release of colour reflects a balance of primary tones of ‘Cherry Tomato’ red, ‘Palace Blue’ and a green tinted ‘Meadowlark’ yellow. A calmer collection of shades are also included to soften a palette, ‘Almost Mauve’, ‘Ash Rose’ and ‘Nile Green’. Margo Selbys range of fabric really grasps the bright and light poppy geometric trend seen below.
Contemporary design was strongly influenced by marble and mineral textured effects. Organic bleeds of tonal colour palettes and tactile surfaces gave a real natural feel. Hayles and Howe scagliola collections imitate marble and other hard stone surfaces with a powerful injection of on trend colours of jade greens, rusted orange and indigo blue contrasted with graphite greys and muted browns.
Botanic prints and tropical palms influenced by Pantones greenery bring walls and floors to life with an organic feel.
Digitally inspired tribal prints also inject some vibrance of colour, mixed with Ikatted repeating patterns creating a modern twist.
Stencilled and silhouetted pattern with textured backgrounds create a more simplistic and sophisticated style of ornate design.
Tribal inspired cushions and oversized traditional florals were modernised with moody backgrounds and dramatic jewel tones.
Just as jewels do, colours shine and highlight pattern whilst also transforming colourful brights into neutral backgrounds.
Traditional styles presented opulence, decadence and ornamental drama with rich
velvety fabrics illuminated by oversized chandeliers.
Jacobean embroidery, tapestry with birds and peacocks create a luxurious interior whilst giving a feeling of oriental style.
An inspiring and exciting trip to Decorex remembers its past whilst designed for the future.
How To Create Luxury
EVERY HOUSE IS A HOME AND WE ALL LOVE TO INDULGE IN THE COMFORTS THAT GIVE US THAT EXTRA FEEL OF PURE LUXURY.
READ OUR GUIDE OF TOP TIPS AND INSPIRATION TO ADD AN ESSENCE OF OPULENCE TO EVERY ROOM AND FEEL DIVINE!
1. HOTEL CHIC - A glamorous entrance is everything within a hotel and this should echo within the interiors of a luxurious home. Flooring is a great way to add a vibrance of pattern and colour whether this be tiling or a designer rug.
2. DESIGNER GOODS - Get inspired with the latest trends at all of the best design exhibitions. Visit designer showrooms at Chelsea Harbour or take a trip over to Syon Park with Decorex showcasing the best of interior design.
3. OVERSIZED - Statement mirrors are a must within any room. They increase a sense of light whilst also adding a depth of space. West Elm have an inspiring range of decorative mirrors in an array of sizes so check them out!
4. EVERYDAY - Luxury need not be a one off enjoyment. Be glamorous in everyday life with the latest technologies to ease your day to day tasks. See below our 5 Must Have Luxury Items and start enjoying more time to relax.
5. ART WORK - Create interest and instant colour by dressing your walls with decorative prints and paintings. Research and support local artists and get designs personal to you of surrounding landscapes.
6. ATTENTION TO DETAIL - Quirky ornaments and decorative accessories make a house a home reflecting personality. Carry a theme through your home to create continuity of a trend, linking room to room as if in a high end gallery space.
7. ADD SOME SHINE - Gold, brass and copper elements have been at the centre of fashionable interiors over the past few years. They are complimented by bold but neutral tones of grey and black and look great with matt and polished in juxtaposition.
Hotel inspired home interiors are increasing in popularity with more people willing to take a risk, spend more and design a catalyst of creative glamour for everyday use.
With the need for new technology an emphasis on being able to control everything at the touch of your smart phone is key and we see exciting state of the art products flooding into the market.
Environmental influences steered by Pantones colour of the year, Greenery sees yellow-green shades take centre stage.
Other focus colours include earthy shades of Kale and Hazelnut, with splashy shades of Lapis Blue and Flame, a fiery orange.
Wallpapers evoke opulence and come in many different textures and colours to enable you to make a personal statement.
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1. Dyson 360 Eye in Blue, £799.99 - Dyson.
2. Amazon Echo in White £149.99 - Amazon.
3. Click and Grow smart herb indoor grow kit, £60.78 - Amazon
4. #17 Patterns Cloudbusting Purple Print £595
5. Tom Dixon L'artisan Parfumeur £115 - Selfridges.
1. Paria Rug, £1296 - £7200 - Woven Edge.
2. Missoni Throw, £365 - Selfridges.
3. Anthropologie and Liberty of London Furniture collection - Elle Decor.
4. Anthropologie and Liberty of London Furniture collection - Elle Decor.
5. Brass Parabola Coffee Table, £1100 - Anthropology.
Tones of burnt orange bounce off brassy accents bringing a feel of warmth into a luxurious lounge space. Add hints of minty blue and greens to give a tropical outdoor ambience adding a sense of light. Together they create the perfect combination of class and cosy. We love Liberty of Londons new furniture range at Anthropologie. The archives of pattern add a touch of retro glamour to a room and create options for highlight colour.
Compliment the look with a piece of artwork for your floor from the Woven Edge.
1. 17 Patterns Nebulous Violet Cushion, £70 - LuxDeco.com
2. Lantau Faux Shagreen and gold dressing table, £1685 - OKA Direct Limited.
3. Striation Rug, £1296 - £7200 - Woven Edge.
4. Concrete Mirror Range, £595 - John Lewis.
5. Honoka Bed, £3500 - Tracey Boyd Anthropologie
Serene tones of powder pink, lavender grey and background blues create an idyllic bedroom to relax and retreat to. A clash of soft textile and industrial material create a modern feel of opulence with a calming aroma. Take the John Lewis Concrete Mirror range as a staple statement piece to make sure you look the part before leaving the house.
1. Momentum 3, Sumi Wallpaper £65 per roll - Harlequin.
2. Tom Dixon large oil, scented candle, £125 - Selfridges.
3. Silhouette Display Table, £598 - Anthropologie
4. Roberto Cavalli, Eden Charger Plate £210 - Amara.
5. Puccini Cocktail Cabinet, £1999 - John Lewis.
A room full of entertainment and communal importance the dining room is the social centre within the most glamorous of homes. Bright splashes of teal and pink bounce off iridescent mottled effects on must have accessories. Whilst larger statements see wallpapers full of colour and pattern creating interest and a depth of personality. Finally, every house needs a home bar and John Lewis have the most beautifully crafted cabinet made for easy storage at your next party.