A Fine Line

Designers are celebrating simplicity with the silhouette itself being the big statement. Tables and consoles look like sculptures, with either sweeping circles or geometric shapes. Highlighting the line in a pattern, meanwhile, gives fabric a decorative look without being overwhelming.

A fine line1-2‘Faringdon’ floor lamp in bronze (SL44/BZ), ‘Samos’ cushion in blue (NF02/BL), both at Vaughan

‘Katmandou’ fabric in naturel (F2928001) at Pierre Frey

‘Butler’ table (2090) at Baker

‘Odense’ chair (ODS0-CH) by Holly Hunt at Fox Linton

‘Circles’ coffee table by Dom Edizioni at Interior Supply

Grey Scale3-1‘Belgrave’ drinks cabinet (AD622) at Davidson

‘Marquise’ light at Wired Custom Lighting

‘Versailles Mesh’ (#AS14606) in mercury at Ann Sacks

Curtains: ‘Omega’ (J740F01), fabric on chair: ‘Loren’ (J734F-01), cushion on chair: ‘Fontane’ (J737F-04), all by Jane Churchill at Colefax and Fowler

 A fine line2-1‘Tressa’ cushion (H028-01) at Sahco

‘Cirque’ table lamps (small & large), ‘Rhomboid’ console at Porta Romana

‘Stirrup’ floor lamp at Original BTC

‘No4’ wallpaper (VH4 – A1) by Tres Tintas at Henry Bertrand

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