That silken feeling
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