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Cheering home textiles from a fashion force

Colville's bold aesthetic will inject rooms with joy

Holly Bullock

Given Colville’s fashion prowess, it seems only natural that the brand’s homeware offering should live up to its stylish reputation. Founded by Lucinda Chambers, former fashion director of British Vogue, and Molly Molloy, former design director at Marni, in 2018, Colville’s brilliantly bold aesthetic is as distinctive as it is cheering. And it’s a combination of joy and style that translates seamlessly into the world of interiors. In the brand’s AW21 collection, there are vibrant, colour-saturated woolen blankets, woven at a historic mill in Italy, that are tactile enough to be cosy, and so brilliantly bold you’ll want to drape them over every available surface. Another star of the collection is the spherical vases that, upon first glance, look like swirly marbles – until you compare them to the size of the flowers within and realise that their scale is wholly more impressive. Complete with a collection of tasselled handmade-in-Mexico cushion, and vivid hand-spun mohair rugs, it’s a line-up you’re guaranteed to covet.


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