decor, inspiration

a powerful palette

Morrocotto ceramic brick tile in Rose from the Market Mosaics collection by Douglas Jones, all fabric swatches from Romo South Africa.

I've been obsessing over the recent collaboration between London-based print and fashion studio Eley Kishimoto and British interiors brand Kirkby Design and its amazing palette. On seeing the range, I immediately felt as though everything in my house needed recovering in teals, pale pinks, greys and dark mustard yellows. It's an unusual colour combination, but it works brilliantly. If, however, reupholstering and repainting everything in sight isn't an option, we've compiled a shopping list of accent pieces in this subtle yet lovely range of hues.
Oslo chair in Kvadrat's Fiord 551 fabric by Anderssen & Voll for Muuto R44 527, Créma Design.

Around sidetable in Yellow by Thomas Bentzen for Muuto R8 657 (small), Créma Design.

 Powder-coated steel Easy TV unit in Light Grey R10 800, Dokter and Misses.

Soldier stool in Mustard with steel base in Sand R1 550, Dokter and Misses.

Magical Solar throw R2 595, Magical Solar scatters R495 each, and Magical Everglade scatter R495, all SHF.

Caletta Armchair, POR, Tonic design.

City Crossed hand-tufted rug in Peacock Blue/Mushroom (1.5x2.4m; 100% wool and silk, ) R12 900, Lund Rug Gallery.

Versace chair in Vintage Linen R9 995, SHF.