By Jacky Parker
First seen at the Maison & Objet design fair in Paris, in January, Missoni Home has released six new season collections featuring a selection of standout home accessories.
Bursting with colour and eye catching patterns, it’s everything you would expect from the iconic Italian fashion house.
An edit of the new season's cushions, rugs, pouffes and prints are available to buy now at Amara.
The Panorama collection is inspired by natural elements. Featuring standout fabrics in luminous colours, each piece has a unique aesthetic to reflect the great outdoors.
The Alps collection is inspired by the natural world with a focus on mountain landscapes. Said to be a celebration of the forests found in the Alps region, the fabrics and prints have been created in soft, textural camouflages to mimic the forest floor.
Woven onto velvet and silky fabrics, Stripes Mosaics is an eye-catching series of interlocking striped panels which forms a patchwork design. On a black base, the bold colours pop against the print with velvet giving the pieces a three dimensional feel.
A burst of colour and design, this range features a variety of floral designs which are combined with vibrantly patterned jacquards in checks and stripes.
This collection focuses on traditional chevron prints paired against a black backdrop to help bring the shades to life. The standout designs will create a strong style statement in your home.
Neutral and strong, this collection features geometric designs paired with a monochrome colour palette. Zigzags and tweed prints combine to complete this chic range which has Nordic inspirations that will complement a contemporary interior.
Missoni Home available at Amara now.
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