The Sixties swing again as furniture and accessories get psychedelic with primary brights and geometric pattern
Strong black lines give whimsical style serious edge.
The art may be disposable, but a sleek side table is an investment that just keeps on giving.
After 15 minutes of fame, where better to recover than a velvet sofa? The brighter the orange, the better.
Pop art plays with perspective, but this furniture is fab whichever way you look at it.
The graphic pattern of this console provides the perfect foil for a standout table lamp.
Crochet was a Sixties fashion staple – now it’s being remodelled in chunky mesh furniture.
Stacks of consumer durables pay homage to New York, but the seating remains true Brit.
An angular floor lamp serves as the ideal frame for accessories. Everything’s art, after all.
Seeing stars before your eyes? Not to worry – Lichtenstein lives on, in bed linen and on a brass bookcase…
Photography: Simon Bevan
Styling: Hannah Franklin