Sunday, 12 August 2018

Preview Peek! Edgy Autumnal vibes with the Habitat AW18 Collection









With this insanely hot Summer we've been experiencing here in the UK, not only have I been unable to stomach a fully cooked hot meal for an age now, but I have also found it nearly impossible to entertain the prospect of Autumn and even less so, Winter. 

However, the reality is that change is on the way and currently we do still have Seasons, (even if they do get a little jumbled and out of sync from time to time!) and it won't be long before those chillier, shorter days become the norm, cue a shift of focus to the great indoors.

Habitat - long-term devotee - glad I've got that out of the way! It's always a 'heart skips a beat' moment when a favourite brand launches a new collection, right?

As always with Habitat, I found myself greeted with an impeccably styled and curated gathering of furniture and accessories for their AW18 launch. With a consistent thread of happier hues skipping hand-in-hand with modern folk, cool artisanal craft and a laid back luxe, the design team has delivered a comprehensive collection of 'goodies' for the design loving home.

The key elements to the Autumn collection are: Modern Folk Pattern / Natural Cool / Industrial Edge / Japanese Influence / Curves / Luxe Layering / Eccentric Glamour / Silhouette. So there's a lot to get your design-savvy teeth into!

It felt right to see a reference to bold 1970s hues such as the mustard yellow and burnt orange Rex dinnerware, and not forgetting the on-point tan leather Elkin 4-seater chaise sofa - a new future classic perhaps? 

But for those who are still very much in love with all the dreamy shades of neutral, fear not, classic Oaks sit with raw organic & untreated jutes and wools to deliver a subtle natural Nordic home style, and the Isaure and Popcorn cushions (to name but a few) will be fuelling my #cushioncrush this Autumn. 













































































Images / Habitat UK / Graphics & Editorial / Mike Ahern

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