That silken feel­ing

The Irish Times - Thursday - Property - - Interiors -

John Lewis re­cently un­veiled a new and ex­clu­sive se­ries of dec­o­ra­tive pieces for the home, in­spired by the col­lec­tions and in­te­ri­ors within Lon­don’s Knights­bridge-based Vic­to­ria and Al­bert Mu­seum. De­signed by the in-house John Lewis team led by Philippa Prinsloo, the se­ries cap­tures the cre­ative spirit. A se­ries of cush­ions drew in­spi­ra­tion from the mu­seum’s col­lec­tion of Ja­panese art and de­sign.

In­spired by the V&A’s col­lec­tion of Ja­panese art and de­sign, the Kaiyo wall­pa­per panel, pic­tured, costs ¤93.50, for three pan­els of 10m by 69cm wide, and a se­ries of cush­ions draw in­spi­ra­tion from its wide range of dec­o­ra­tive arte­facts. From the top of Fitzhenry Col­lec­tor’s cab­i­net, in an an­ti­clock­wise fash­ion is Kumo in her­itage grey, ¤52.50, the pa­prika colour­way, also pic­tured, is sold out. The gold embellished night-sky coloured silk line Konoha, ¤55.50, is not avail­able for de­liv­ery to Ire­land but can be or­dered through de­liv­ery ser­vices like Par­cel Mo­tel via the UK John Lewis site. Mix with plain silk squares, in pa­prika and fuch­sia, ¤29.50 each. ie.john­lewis.com

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