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February 7, 2015

Well January flew by catching up on existing projects and working on a huge amount of new enquiries to our design and build practice – it seems everyone wants a new home in 2015! After specifying three projects in January I’ve lots of lovely new products to share with you on the blog over the next few months.

We are working on a large apartment in Bayswater currently and after specifying the kitchen and bathrooms we are now onto the soft furnishings. It’s always good to be able to offer client’s fabrics and finishes recently launched – it helps create a unique interior with a fresh look.

Kirkby Design have recently launched a range of cushions featuring 3 of their designs and we’ve now specified them for our latest project. Connect, shown above, features an irregular grid formed by interconnecting lines. Available in 6 colours there are some grey options but I really love the Kingfisher one with its blue accents.

Atom features a large scale polka dot print with a 3D effect printed on a soft brushed cotton. This cushion is available in 5 colours, if you want to add some colour into your interior choose the Coral or Burnt Orange cushions, or the Lime option shown above.

The final design in the series is Puzzle, the most distinct geometric print in the new cushion range. There are 6 colours available for this cushion, each featuring small dots of colour in additional to the main triangles. This allows you to pick up on the accent colour when specifying other furnishings in the room.

If you are looking for some geometric cushions for our own home head over to Kirkby Design to see the entire range. The cushions are all 43cm square and cost £45 each.

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3 Comments leave one →
  1. February 7, 2015 1:51 pm

    Rather smitten with the Puzzle print …. loving that mid-century feel. Thanks for introducing such a gorgeous brand!

  2. February 10, 2015 2:07 pm

    Really love these, thanks for sharing! Colourful and punchy yet simple and effective. I’ll be working on some more geometric prints for my upcoming collections as well

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