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Wool interiors

Striking a balance: a guide to wool interiors

Well suited

Taking inspiration from the classic gentleman’s club, the modern man’s dressing room is one of monochrome sophistication.


Clockwise from left: Elitis wallpaper, from Seneca; wool coat, from Flair Industries; ClassiCon ‘Nymphenburg’ coat stand, from AnibouBD Barcelona design ‘Gardenias’ wool-upholstered armchair, from Living Edge; wool cushion, from Arthur GMax Design ‘Baba’ table, from Café Culture and InsituTheodore Alexander ‘Fiesta’ sculpture, from Laura Kincade; artwork, by Petrina TinslayArne Vodder tallboy unit, from Great Dane FurnitureRalph Lauren Home ‘Preston’ tray, ‘Greenwich’ tumblers and ‘Sutton’ decanterJulian Chichester ‘Oristano’ lamp, from Laura Kincade; Ralph Lauren Home wool throw; wool quilted panel, from Great Dane Furniture; ‘Bank’ bench, from Blu Dot; wool jacketpants and knitted tie, from P. Johnson Tailorsshoes, from Christian Louboutin; wool rug, from Cadrys.


Colour play

Bold colours and playful patterns bring a sense of fun to the home, brightening your daily outlook.

Clockwise from left: ‘Cumulus’ wool fabric, from Warwick Fabrics; ‘Arty’ wool-upholstered ottoman, from Arthur G; wool wall hanging, by Natalie Miller DesignWah-Wah x Donna Chang wool jumper, from Wah-Wah; ClassiCon ‘Mandu’ clothes valet, from AnibouHouse of Six oversized wool dots by Karina Pires, from Local Design; ‘Cumulus’ wool fabric, from Warwick Fabrics; wool pendant light, by Natalie Miller DesignTom Fereday ‘Flint’ wool-upholstered sofa, from Local Design; wool throw, from Country RoadHAY ‘Dot’ cushions, from Cult Design; ‘Coda’ wool fabric, from Kvadrat MaharamOffect ‘Carry On’ wool stool, from Cult Design; ‘Ameleh’ 100% pure wool rug, from Robyn Cosgrove Rugs; chunky multi-coloured wool rug, by Tammy KannatCappellini ‘Bong’ side table, from Cult Design.



Nature Study

Bring the outdoors in by adopting a colour palette or earth tones and rich forest greens and embracing natural fibres.

From left to right: woven bamboo basket, from Spence and Lyda; ‘Divina MD’ wool fabric, from Kvadrat Maharam; ‘Como’ wool fabric, from Sustainable Fabrics; ceramic vase and bowl, from Small Spaceslidded vessel, from Spence and LydaRobert Gordon ‘Terra’ dinner plates, from Living Edge; ‘Cosy’ cup, from Grace Woods Designs; ceramic box, from Spence and LydaFelix Forest in collaboration with Clare Delmar ‘Still’ artwork, from Becker MintyTheodore Alexander ‘Waterfall shimmer’ vase from Laura Kincade; Muuto ‘Push’ coffee maker, from Living Edge; wool felt dish, from Local Design; ‘Cosy’ cup, from Grace Woods Designs; Jacqueline Fink chunky wool throw, from Little Dandelion; timber bench seat, from MCM HouseAndreu World ‘Pillow’ wool-upholstered chair, from KE-ZU; ‘Model B’ cork stool, from Living Edge; Jacqueline Fink ‘Woolie shag’ rug, from Little Dandelionwalls painted with Porters ‘Maidenhair’ (left) and ‘Chipmunk’ (right).



Basic instinct

Turn your bedroom into a peaceful sanctuary with soft-to-the-skin materials and subtle shades.

From left to right: wool wall hanging, from Natalie Miller DesignCasamania ‘Granny’ wool pendant and wall sconce, from Café Culture and InsituSwedese ‘Divido’ table, from Fred InternationalHAY wooden hand, and paper porcelain teacup and saucer, from Cult DesignK1S1 extreme knitting wool yarn, from Little Dandelion; cable-knit wool scarf, from Jude Australiabed, from Great Dane Furniture; ‘Dark Planet’, ‘Dark Side’ and ‘Chocolate Spot’ wool cushions, from Grace Wood Design; ‘Cosy Clouds’ wool cushions, from The Flying Lamb; ‘Waverley’ pure wool blanket, from Mini Jumbuk; ‘Line’ wool cushion, from House of Six; wool blanket, from Little DandelionHouse of Six ‘Fisherman’ wool throw, from Local Design; ‘Extreme’ wool throw, from Little Dandelion; ‘The Lamb’ wool throw, from The Flying Lamb; Swedese Laminett sheepskin chair, from Fred International; ‘Silkscape’ wool rug, from Tappeti