Trend alert: Garden party

Trend alert: Garden party
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Take inspiration from Tom Ford’s spring 2014 collection and brighten up your summer celebrations with cool whites and eye-popping colour, inside or out


The Zendo sofa by Cosh Living is the ultimate “chill out” seating luxury. It features a powder-coated aluminium frame with upholstery available in nautic leather or fabric options.


Keep your cool underneath the contemporary 350cm Riviera umbrella by Shelta.


Rosslyn from Nina Campbell is a 100 per cent cotton print from Seneca Textiles. Cover your walls, sofas or cushions to introduce a touch of spring.


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Add a punch of colour and comfort with these stunning cushions by Bluebellgray.


Your guests will love the Mirthe range by Tribu, available from Cosh Living in a range of luxury seating and tables, cushions and accessories including the Easy chair.


Coral’s organic pattern is inspired by nature and manufactured from sustainable, often recycled materials and low-VOC finishes. Available in a range of sizes and colours from Arktura.


An icon of industrial aesthetics, Tolix is a popular choice for inside and out, available in myriad colours, including Racy Red and Icy White from Thonet.


The BigWire table by Arik Levy features a steel structure with a plate glass top. It looks great at any party in red, white or graphite. Available from Zanotta.


The Coop occasional table by Altone from Fanuli is a modern and functional piece that looks great whatever the occasion.


Dish up spring delights on trays by Bluebellgray.


This great new 100 per cent cotton artisanal dyed Carmen velvet from Boyac’s Metaphores collection packs a punch of colour wherever it’s needed.


The Tess chair from Cosh Living in transparent finish is made from injecting moulded polyprop ylene with a high-resistant steel tube frame — a cool addition to your outdoor space.


Edited by James Cleland

Originally from Home Design magazine Volume 17 Issue 5

Publish at: , last modify at: 26/11/2014

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