Colour Blocking Moves From the Runways Into Homes
From fashion to the home front, colour blocking is a visual dynamo.
Home decor takes its cues from fashion, so we can usually spot a trend coming down the bend, and we’ve been gleefully anticipating this one for some time—colour blocking is finally here. We loved the look when it came to bold tops and vibrant dresses, and we love it even more for the home, whether its used on modern armchairs or playful dishware. Below, stylist Nicole Sjostedt shares her favourite picks for the fall’s hottest look.
Get the look with these key pieces
Acacia cutting board ($21) by Kure for Rove Concepts. roveconcepts.com
Delphine 8-by-10-foot Himalayan wool carpet ($5,200) by Annabel Inganni of Wolfum. burrittfloors.com
Q9 series chairs ($1,000) by Oscar Trainor and Kennedy Telford. vanspecial.com
Dipped ceramic cup and bowl (from $6) by Kure for Rove Concepts and Colour-blocked tray ($45) by Maison Mini Labo. . roveconcepts.com; walrushome.com
Colour-blocked Pop teapot, plates and mugs ($10 to $50) by Ann-Carin Wiktorsson for Sagaform. eq3.com
Sumo Pouf in turquoise ($599) by Normann Copenhagen. mintinteriors.ca
Ynes coffee table ($599) by EQ3. eq3.com
Triada construction blocks ($68) by Mon Petit Art. walrushome.com