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Encaustic tile topped tables with Darkroom's signature graphic shapes at prices – what's not to love?

Her black-walled, joyous graphic interiors and unique aesthetic changed the landscape of retail – and homes – in London. Rhonda Drakeford, co-founder of Darkroom London, was famous for painting its London shop black before it became a thing.  Now she’s partnered up with to create the Vitti collection; a line of encaustic tiled tables, graphic rugs and cushions with her signature graphic lines.

This is the Vitti coffee table, £249 from

The graphic collection showcases Rhonda’s trademark aesthetic of strong colours, graphic shapes and bold patterns, with encaustic tiles in graphic black and white with shots of bright colours on some tables. She’s softened clean modernist lines with texture and pastels.

These are the Vitti cushions, £15 each from

It’s all second nature to Rhonda Drakeford who’s known for her bold taste. “Black is the new neutral”, she explained to

This is the Vitti console table, £199 from

Drakeford adds: “I’ve absolutely loved designing this range of furniture and textiles for because they are not afraid to do something different and create statement furniture.”

This is the Vitti rug, £299 from

The range includes a grey and black encaustic tile covered dining table, a console table with pops of pastel pink, and a pop-arty coffee table with circles and rectangles in blue, green, white and black.

This is the Vitti dining table, £499 from

Meanwhile the blue and grey geometric rug has a more subtle, toned down design, the Vitti cushions are an easy way to add modern, graphic lines to a room, while the monochrome Knox accent chair has a decidedly retro vibe.

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