Jigsaw launches new homeware collection

I am quite excited about this new Jigsaw homeware range as it’s the first time they  have branched out into interiors.  Well known for their muted and delicate colour palette in their fashion collections, Jigsaw will be looking to carry this same theme through into their new homeware range and it looks set to be rather special…It’s going to be available through House of Fraser  from early February 2010.

These images show examples of their new bedlinen collection which will consist of high quality cotton and linen which has been inspired by the British eccentricity.

Here is what they have to say….The collection has a distinctly British feel and features several designs inspired by Jigsaw clothing or iconic branding. The Wobble Spot design features the distinctive blue and white Jigsaw dot which fans of the brand will recognise as the print on wrapping paper used in stores. For a current fashion reference, the neutral coloured CapuletVegas cushion features another reference to Jigsaw’s fashion history with folded silk embellishment inspired by the Vegas clutch bag from the 2009 collection. Available in gold, silver or blush pink, there’s a Vegas cushion to mix or match to every design in the collection.


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