Trend: Turquoise, Coral & Leafy Green

Trend: Turquoise, Coral & Leafy Green

Jonathan Saunders Autumn/Winter collection overruled at London Fashion Week 2011.  The trademark juxtaposition of Sanders’ simple yet elegant evening wear, against bold geometric prints (a range of flora and fauna) and colours was heralded by as a LFW favourite.  Inspired by the archived patterns of William Morris, Saunders’ collection featured prints in turquoise, coral and leaf green – the real standout colours.  These colours filtering there way into interiors and home accessories…


Turquoise.. From left to right:

Bead trimming by VVRouleaux, Glass candle holders by Habitat, Pett table light by Do Shop, Hobnail pitcher by Anthropologie, Staub La Cocotte pots by Anthropologie, Chair by Niki Jones, Trim telephone by Graham & Green

Coral.. From left to right:

Coral branches cushion by WillaSkyeHome on Etsy, Stencil wall clock by Occa Home,  Salud wine goblet by Anthropologie, Knitted cylinder cushion by Ferm Living, Nesting Bowls by KarinLorenc on Etsy, Striped mug by The Conran Shop, Tio chair by TwentyTwentyOne

Green.. From left to right:

Calculator by TwentyTwentyOne, Tank table light by TwentyTwentyOne, Melamine Cup by Rockett St George, Green bulb by Skandium, Raw side table by Do Shop, Parsol by TwentyTwentyOne, Three green bottles by The Lollipop Shoppe


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Pippa Jameson is an author, tv designer and interiors expert. The previous interior editor on several leading UK titles, Pippa has a wealth of knowledge and experience. Throughout her 25-year career, Pippa’s unique and creative approach has won her commissions for large retail brands and celebrities to deliver exciting and engaging projects. 

She’s written the curriculum for the British College of Interior Design, produced and styled shoots for well-known brands including John Lewis, H&M & Team GB/DFS, worked as an International Stylist for leading paint brands in Asia, consulted on the launch and creative direction of major retail names including George Home and Wren, and most recently, published her first book, The Sensory Home. Pippa possesses expertise unmatched in the interior industry.