(Joyce) #1


A new name to know for beautiful fabrics is

Güell Lamadrid. Already an established brand

in Europe, its wares are available to buy in the

UK. La Cala (shown) by Lázaro Rosa-Violán is a

collection of 10 printed cottons, from £61.50m,

in indigo blue, blush pink and warm grey.

We love Antoinette Poisson’s
revival of floral and geometric
18th-century domino papers.
And the dainty motifs are
now available on tableware,
thanks to the French brand’s
collaboration with earthenware
company Faïencerie de Gien.
The Dominoté collection starts
at €30 for a candy tray, and
you’ll find chevrons, roses and
chintz across mugs, plates,
bowls and serving platters.

Carl Hansen & Søn has
reintroduced one of its
design classics – the Contour
chair. First created in 1949
by Børge Mogensen,
it was inspired by the
American designers
Charles and Ray
Eames and Mogensen’s
use of pressed veneer
was seen as avant-
garde. The Contour,
H73x W53.5x
D63.5cm, from
£1,265, comes
in a walnut or
oak veneer.

Instagram inspiration
Mark Cropper of @paper.maker is a sixth-generation
papermaker with a keen eye for romantic landscapes
and architectural details. He’s captivated us with his
beautiful images of the Lake District.
How would you describe your Instagram account?
At heart, it’s a love letter to the Lake District, my home
and workplace, but it also covers many other favourite
things – Islamic art, paintings admired or acquired,
time-worn interiors and the odd shot of our paper mill.
Who would you recommend we follow and why?
@miguelfloresviannafor a mesmerising mosaic of the
rare and beautiful. I love his eye for colour and softness
of tone. Also @allysonmcdermottstudio. She is a
conservator and creator of extraordinary wallpapers.