I saw Cole and Son at three different shows during London Design Festival; at their store for Focus, at Decorex in Syon Park and at London Design Fair. They were promoting the socks of their ‘Icons’ range celebrating some of Cole and Son’s most iconic designs. Many of these Cole and Son wallpaper patterns you’ll have seen before from Cole and Son just not in these colourways. From soft chalky pastels in peppermint, rose and seafoam, to deeper richer tones of teal.
This collection combines detailed pattern and by all accounts, we will be continuing to embrace glam deco elements while adding in some geometric pattern. The 1950s Miami inspired colour palette includes some of my favourite wallpaper designs such as prism and feather fan that works so well in many different interior schemes, like the bedroom shown below.
Over at the London Design Fair, they also previewed the brand new Cole & Son fabric available from December. Entitled Fabric Fantasia, the installation was designed by British designer Kit Miles and featured shapes that appeared to float in the space. The one picture I failed to take was of the sofa bedecked in exotic African motifs; thankfully they’d shot it for the up coming campaign so I can share it with you here. I’ll be watching with interest to see how the historic wallpaper house incorporates its new fabric collections.
All images from Cole and Son except images no.2,6 & 7 by Mary Middleton for Hello Peagreen. This is not a sponsored post.