anything you can place your coffee or feet on…

I Just love this tray, we had a poster at work once, that someone gave us, to inspire us. This was taken from the Morale boosting posters that were displayed in Britain during the  2nd World War, formed by the Ministry of Information (which was formed by the British government) they were appointed to design morale boosting posters. the plan was to issue the posters upon invasion of Britain by Germany, which never happened, so was never officially seen by the public, as most of the posters were destroyed.

Plain interiors lend themselves to busy patterned accesories, like this ottoman with inverted skirt seen above, great little pattern, there are some really lovely geometric prints out there, including some of the great classics from David Hicks, Cole & Son, Kravet as well as Highland court and the list goes on.

I just love the subdued lighting in this roomPunch of colour spread throughout this living space, and faux leather deep buttoned ottoman giving this room an edgy feel.

You can never go wrong by investing in some classics, this space lends itself to classic pieces as well as modern pieces. The high gloss floors give this industrial space an edgy clean look.

This coffee table, comes with a swivel glass top which is great functionality wise.

B&B Italia’sThe CANASTA collection designed by Patricia Urquiola, elements with structures in white and black varnished steel and tops in ceramic tiles, with decorations that reproduce the cushions patterns in the shades of white, black, brown, cyclamine-colour and and tourquise.

Classic geometric woven pattern called Vienna Straw seen below. Urquiola has blown it up to a massive scale and used it to wrap round steel structures.

 White Duco can transform any dull coffee table to something more appealing.

Moooi, Crema Design has some very funky items, love this rabbit lamp and the pig side table, quirky!!

Sure everyone recognizes this room, Carrie Bradshaws from Sex And the city, love the blue on the walls… this ottoman reminds me of something from Andrew Martin.