The Edit | Summer 2021

 

With the launch of the Edit Gallery in collaboration with ONE GOOD GIFTwe have curated six key room sets combining our pick of statement chairs mixed with a selection of complimentary art pieces to bring these looks alive.

Along with these six looks we have also styled a centre stage piece which pairs Liz Foster's large abstract Unexpected Landscape with the Ercol Von Bench to showcase how colourful pieces can add a wow factor to any home. 

Several of these curated schemes will be styled in our Edit space and available for you to view from Saturday 17th July at 1pm. So whether you’re hankering after some Bohemian Flair or think that 1930s Modernism is more your vibe, come and speak with one of our Edit specialists on the second floor of our Victorian building who will be more than happy to talk you through how to create a similar look in your own home and how to incorporate art as part of your design scheme.

Please be aware that the Edit Gallery space is a continually evolving and changing area. Art and furniture pieces shown in the images below may have been sold or changed over when you visit us. 


MONOCHROMATIC MINIMALISM

Black and white always provides the perfect backdrop for adding more interest and touches of colour. We’ve taken the classic G Plan Vintage 62 leather swivel chair and combined it with the Aurora rug in ‘Marble’. Ligne Roset’s ‘Piani’ low table (*now sold) makes the perfect platform for the Metal stacked cylinder lamp along with statement ceramics. 

Art from ONE GOOD GIFT

Michael Carter’s black October print in its white Nielsen frame sits below Gill Gathercole’s Summer Heather II and January Curios’s unframed portrait of Colin “Dynamo” Dunne by James Hague RP. Krishna Alageswaran's ceramic vessels complete the look.

 

MONOCHROME MINIMALISM | This room set will be available to view in the Edit Gallery from Saturday 17th July;

MONOCHROMATIC MINIMALISM | This room set will be available to view in the Edit Gallery from Saturday 17th July


BOHEMIAN FLAIR

Adding a touch of exotic flavour to your interiors doesn’t have to mean incense sticks and bamboo blinds. Inject some texture into your scheme by choosing a bold fabric on a more classically shaped chair like Tetrad’s Aberlour in saffron cord, Calligaris’s Hangar low bookcase helps keep this look super clean and contemporary providing the perfect backdrop for earthy ceramics. 

Art from ONE GOOD GIFT

Jenny Beard’s Waiting Room II (2020) will appeal to lovers of bold modern art whilst January Curios’s pair of antique kilim cushions and Brian Holland’s collection of ceramics make for a suitably eclectic narrative.


 


COASTAL TRANQUILITY

Ercol’s Lugo Dining Armchair takes centre-stage here to show how one simple piece can be all that’s needed to create a statement gallery feel in your own home. Here, a collection of relaxing summertime coastlines compliment the graphic upholstery of the George large stool and the Aurora rug in ‘Marble’. (Both available to order in-store).

Art from ONE GOOD GIFT

Keith Nichols’s Ocean Cloud II, January Curios’s Summertime (1919) by Vida Lahey (in its original frame), and Gill Gathercole’s Windswept and Beside the Sea. Also featured is Brian Holland’s small pale ceramic vessel.


COASTAL TRANQUILITY | This room set will be available to view in the Edit Gallery from Saturday 17th July

 


BOLD GEOMETRIC

The striking shade of the Tratto Armchair from Natuzzi Italia is styled with Calligaris’s Hangar low bookcase to create bold, geometric lines that act as the perfect anchor for softer textiles and art.

Art from ONE GOOD GIFT

Jane Horton’s framed IronWorks provides a central focus of expressive shape and colour which contrasts perfectly with Georgia Boniface’s Rectangular Linen cushion.


 


1950s ITALIAN REDUX

Natuzzi Editions’s ‘Regina’ chair in tweed is simple and elegant. Paired with the Touch Duo side table there’s a nod to Italian '50s style which is both fun and bold.

Art from ONE GOOD GIFT

Mike Carter’s unique and original linoprints are the perfect artwork to hang as a repeat, being both affordable and ready-framed. Here, his Xenon 6 and Xenon 3. ALSO FEATURED: Brian Holland’s small pale ceramic vessel.

1950s ITALIAN REDUX | This room set will be available to view in the Edit Gallery from Saturday 17th July

 


MODERNIST GLAMOUR 

A nod to the 1940s Hollywood home can be found in the teal blue of Alexander & James’s Lonnie chair in velvet which works perfectly against the Calligaris Circles Shelving Unit. it's architectural lines give this scheme structure and balance. 

Art from ONE GOOD GIFT

Liz Foster’s Bloom (2018) puts a dynamic, abstract twist on classic florals. One of Chris Turrell’s ‘Ginger Lions' (sold as a pair) cavorts happily on the statement shelving.





MORE TO SEE IN THE EDIT | SUMMER COLOUR WITH LIZ FOSTER 

Along with our statement chair room sets, we also have four other room schemes for you to view in the Edit Gallery from Saturday 17th July. Liz Foster’s Unexpected Landscape takes centre stage for Summer 2021 as a showcase on how large, colourful abstract art pieces can add excitement and drama to an entrance hall space. 

Liz's piece provides the perfect statement backdrop for the Ercol Von Bench along with Andrew Walker's Yellow Stoneware 'Architect Lamp I' giving an additional pop of summery cheer. 


SUMMER COLOUR WITH LIZ FOSTER | | Available to view in the Edit Gallery from Saturday 17th July


ARTFULLY ARRANGED | BRIGHT HERITAGE | YOUR NEW 9 TO 5

We've also brought three schemes from our A/W 2020 Edit curated online collections to life within our gallery space for Summer 2021.

See how simple shelving can provide the perfect backdrop to display a personal collection of your favourite ceramic artworks with our 'Artfully Arranged' look. Masham's elegant, high-backed, deep-buttoned sofa in pale Yorkshire tweed is brought bang up to date with a hothouse colour palette and modern-luxe accessories in our 'Bright Heritage' scheme. Working from home has become the new normal. We've styled a functional yet aesthetically pleasing 'New 9 to 5' area to help keep business separate from your personal life. 

PHOTOGRAPHY by Josie Hunt