Not that I need much persuasion to stay in, being a total homebody, but Linen House’s Winter 2017 collection sure does make it seem like a good idea! As ever, they’ve included an impressive number of completely different styles and trends in one collection.
Although it’s hard to imagine wanting to snuggle up and get cosy if you’re in the Sydney heat this week, we’re loving these tribal textures and patterns, rich in thick embroidery, natural rustic weaving, quilting, printing, faux furs, velvets and knits, detailed with pom-poms and tassels.
Black and white and accents of rust emerge throughout the entire collection. Complementing the bohemian theme are their new decorative baskets (and we all know you can never have too many of them!) made in Rwanda.
The evolution of chenille continues with Sanura – a white-on-white lattice pattern, exquisite when paired with black and white cushions and throws. I seriously love this one!
Despite all this, the brand, a family-owned business based in Melbourne, say minimalism is also still a focus, with the simple design of Hemsworth, a grey marle cotton jersey, comfortable like your favourite lived-in t-shirt.
Other styles this season include the signature pure linen range, printed digital textures, floral, art-inspired abstracts and quilted geometrics, all in contemporary, neutral colours.
The Linen House Winter 2017 Collection is available at leading retailers and department stores nationally and online from next month. For stockist details or call 1300 350 886.