Bold, colours and shapes in teal and tangerine. The Tony Duquette style ottoman bring a splash of Hollywood regency drama!
Syrian mother of pearl inlaid chair, made using the traditional intarsia art form.
Modern chinoiserie unites classic French curves with black lacquer and the clean lines of S.H.O's Halo Cabinet.
Anne Sacks' tigers eye tiles look sumptuous paired with a divine hand painted porcelain basin by The London Basin Company.
Tom Dixon's star pendant looks both modern and mystic as part of a moody charcoal and moss coloured scheme.
An early 20th century Turkish Shahsavan kilim looks right at home with a 1930s Bakelite chandelier by Poul Henningsen.
Dusky pink, oyster and coral with a striking dalmatian print wing back chair.
A rock crystal mirror glistens in the bottom lefthand corner with shimmery Lizzo fabric above.
A Nepalese woven rug inspired by Islamic art evokes Marrkech and Granada.
The fresh, springlike colours in the Jim Thompson chinoiserie fabric add an extra layer of pattern and interest.