Cotswold Manor textiles from Zoffany, striking contemporary wallpapers from Kate Loudoun Shand and gorgeous blue crystal from Lalique. These are the products that caught my eagle eye this week
Following an unveiling at London Design Week, The debut range of wallpapers by textile designer Kate Loudoun Shand is now on the market.
There are five wallpaper patterns including POW!, Botanical and Jangalee (shown). The patterns are printed digitally to capture the tonal qualities of the original artwork, all papers are FSC-certified with zero polyester and use water based inks.
Kate set up her own studio in 2017 following a career creating textiles for clients including the V&A museum, Anthropologie and Kate Spade.
To celebrate the 100 anniversary or its factory, Lalique’s most iconic pieces have been reproduced in cerulean blue. This vibrant colour, a symbol of eternity and hope, is available on the Bacchantes, Mossi and Languedoc vases and the Champs Élysées bowl
Founded 100 years ago, the factory in Alsace manufactures all Lalique’s high-end crystal which includes home accessories, lighting, sculpture and jewellery.
Taking inspiration from the interlacing arches of the Cattedrale di Sant’Andrea, the Amalfi sideboard from Ercol nods to founder Lucian Ercolani’s Italian heritage.
Crafted from solid oak and oak veneers, Amalfi is available in a natural or dark wood finish.
Cotswold Manor from Zoffany explores a countryside aesthetic, bringing together an eclectic blend of documents from the quietly confident to the opulent and extravagant.
There are 10 wallcoverings, eight prints, two embroideries and two weaves representing the genteel world of weekend escapes.
Peter Gomez, head of design for Zoffany, says “With each document chosen for its elegant countryside aesthetic, we’re discovering iconic patterns and prints that have been stored in our archive for many years.”
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