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Livingetc India|November 2021
Inspired by the spectrum and its vivid glory, we are mixing up hues with unexpected combinations to create a vibrant home

PRETTY IN PINK

Pink and red make a dainty pair and make work feel more like play.

Carimate limited edition chair in red lacquered beech frame and natural flax woven seat by Vico Magistretti for Fritz Hansen from Aram Store. ZigZag trestle legs with bespoke top by Jo Wilton and Mirka Gröhn for &New. A Beat Apart artwork by Caroline Popham. Pink arch table lamp from Houseof. W&S Moguls sculpture, perforated bin, and Torus vase from Amara. Brass desk pot, speckle notebook, envelope pencil case and lavender fountain pen from Present & Correct. Brac terracotta bricks in Argilla and Salvia by Mutina from Via Arkadia. Flowers from Bulb Floristry. Soft Flamingo classico, Old Ocre, and Soft Greek paints from Pure & Original.

SHAPE SHIFTING

Mix and match with a palette of contrasting shades that all sit happily side by side. Strong sculptural silhouettes help define the different hues for a harmonious narrative.

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