A new season is a good enough reason to give your home a vibrant makeover. If drastic makeovers aren’t your thing, then adding colourful pieces of fabric, printed upholstery, elegant lighting and vases is a good place to start. If you’re still confused, take a look at our selection of chic spring-inspired décor pieces that will surely enhance your home for the season.
DBEL Studio Rahnumma
If you’re big on minimalism, then DBEL’s Rahnumma collection is perfect for you. Merging art, design and functionality, Rahnumma is a collection of eclectic yet minimalist lamps and planters made with white marble and Fibre-reinforced polymer (FRP). The collection is a tribute to motherhood and individuality with each of the seven pieces having a different meaning: Womb, Mother, Individual, Senses, Freedom, Serenity and Solitude, to reflect one’s journey and individuality. Rahnumma focuses on simplicity and imagination, two very important aspects united to create unique human-centric designs.
Jaipur Rugs Inde Rose
A mix of art, design architecture and nature, the Inde Rose carpet displays larger-than-life elements outlined in the intricate design and a vibrant set of colours. Hand-knotted to perfection, the carpet abides by the historical tradition of coordinated décor elements with its coordinated pairs of rugs. Within each pair, one has a more graphic-heavy piece while the other is visually lighter and subtly mirrors the palette and patterns of the first.
Like upholstery and home decor, updating your tableware for the season is a must. Kika’s spring special Bloom collection features an assortment of mugs, trays and serving platters in an array of colourful hues inspired by 17th-century European tapestries that evoke a sense of visual harmony. Flora displayed against contrasting colour-blocked backgrounds set the stage for a modern take on spring with bold and graphic florals being the defining theme throughout the collection. Each piece is carved using premium bone china with microwave-safe gold accents adding a sense of understated luxury to the designs.
Not too bright yet vibrant enough, Lladro’s Season chandelier is available in different sizes. The chandelier is a classic Art Decó piece with different colours and forms representing the different seasons of the year. The colours play an important role in highlighting the beauty of the many phases in nature, with subtle changes depending on the time of day or night. The colours are applied in gradients by hand on fragments that emulate leafy vegetation with sparkling glass elements interleaved with the porcelain.
Known for creating quintessential timeless décor, Logam redefines multi-functionality with this set of tables. Taking their cue from the art deco design thread, the circular-shaped Jodi Nesting tables perfectly balance and soften a room with its intriguingly textured gold top on an elegant black frame. Crafted from mild steel, aluminium and resin, these tables add a subtle sophistication to any corner.
Gone are the days of boring colourless glasses. Instead, go with these stunning incandescent violet-hued glasses from LSA International. A set of four contemporary balloon glasses, these are hand-painted with a violet lustre inspired by the colours of the Northern Lights. They feature a fine stem and flat feet, while their wide bowl makes them ideal for gin&tonic, long cocktails, or even wine.
Dutch designer Marcel Wanders created a versatile collection of objects featuring symmetrical parts with sculptural elements, reinventing the century-old tradition of Delft porcelain, called Delft Blue. Featuring a multi-faceted design, this Blue Ming Box is a stunning keepsake box for petite items and mementoes and can add dimension and intrigue to any tabletop.
Part of Rosabagh’s stately Gentlemen’s Club collection, the Marseille chair spells sophistication. Modelled after an English classic and inspired by a trip to an antique market in London, the chair is handcrafted with a regal teakwood frame and carved front legs, along with a lavishly padded seat and printed upholstery making it a delight to sink into.
Available at Rosabagh stores
Sage LivingSway Love Seat
Printed sofas are another big it for a spring home makeover. Opting for colourful prints in vibrant hues like the Sway Love Seat from Sage Living is ideal. A small and petite, yet elegant piece, the sofa seats two allowing it to fit into any corner of your home. Another adorable factor about the sofa is its curved silhouette which minutely resembles a heart.
Like printed sofas, printed upholstered armchairs have always been popular, especially during spring. Sarita Handa’s Jona Chair, painted in a light pastel blue with bold floral motifs in delicate prints add a certain elegance to the chair. Its light yet vibrant aesthetic makes it a perfect fit for any room especially the living room, study corners or lounge.
Spring might be all about bright colours and bold prints, but adding a rustic piece amid the vibrance is a fun play of textures. The Kai Collective by Studio Palasa is a beautiful ode to nature skillfully hand-turned using repurpose wood from antique furniture. Given the age of the wood, these vases have a vintage look with a contemporary aesthetic and a smooth finish perfect for every corner of your home.
An artistic blend of styles and senses, this statement cabinet was inspired by the spirit and mission of the famous Cirque du Soleil. Created with the intention to inspire conversation, the cabinet boasts an array of colours and patterns that collide in a maximal environment to create an eclectic ensemble. The design created in collision with the Cirque du Soleil poses the statement, “making accent is made to invoke, provoke, and evoke”.