Sofa so good

The Irish Times - Thursday - Property - - Interiors -

Los An­ge­les­based Mar­tyn Lawrence Bullard, with the PRG Hospi­tal­ity Group, has re­designed Cal­i­for­nia’s Sands Ho­tel, a late-1950s build­ing, adding Moroc­can-in­spired in­flu­ences in­clud­ing de­sertrose pinks and key­hole arches. This arched seat­ing is an idea that could work in an open­plan kitchen-diner. mar­tyn­lawrence­bullard.com, prghos­pi­tal­i­ty­group.com Mon­soon, the fash­ion chain, has some re­ally strong home ac­ces­sories that will help add tex­ture to a space. They in­clude wood­block-print pil­low­cases (about ¤35) and ac­cent cush­ions with gold and um­ber tas­sels and jacquard print (about ¤45). They’re avail­able from the com­pany’s web­site, so don’t for­get to fac­tor in de­liv­ery charges. uk.mon­soon.co.uk How about some big-ticket fur­ni­ture? A group of you could buy vouch­ers to pay for a de­signer sofa like this Casa Modernista, by Moroso (pic­tured in a rasp­berry worsted mix). The two-seater (160cm by 90cm by 76cm) costs from ¤5,190 to or­der from Min­ima Home in Dublin or via Chap­lins in Lon­don. min­ima­home.com, chap­lins.co.uk Th­ese vin­tage wool wall-hung plates from the Sa­hara re­gion of Morocco, look great grouped on a wall. They are part of a se­lec­tion avail­able from UK-based Bo­hemia De­sign. They cost about ¤85 each, ex­clud­ing de­liv­ery.

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