1 BEST FOR ROMANTIC ARTISTS
Sink into a seat that blooms with lush foliage and wildlife.
Flowing lines light the way.
This flatweave floorcovering looks like an abstract painting.
Pretty pastels in dreamy wool.
Pared-back storage with an honest, handcrafted feel.
2 BEST FOR SLOW-LIVING ADVOCATES
The ombré effect issubtly woven throughout.
Crafted to showcase the solid oak’s raw beauty.
A feet-warming way to lounge in luxury.
For long nights spent around the fire.
Soft on the eye–and even softer as a seat.
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3 BEST FOR CLASSIC DEVOTEES
Tapered legs and rounded edges deliver an organic feel.
A classic print becomes part of life’s rich tapestry.
Traditional with a twist.
This candle in heritage florals smells as good as it looks.
A striking silhouettenever ever disappoints.
No-fuss, Nordic-style design is a timeless choice.
4 BEST FORBOLD MAXIMALISTS
The more you lookthe more you see.
A chic way to keep your favourite reads close at hand.
Illuminate with statement geometric shapes.
A look-at-me sculptural take on the classic wingback.
This kaleidoscope of colour is a real mood-booster.
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