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08/30/2011 // 28 comments

Harlequin’s Kallianthi Collection

Harlequin
It’s great to see this refreshing approach to product styling by Harlequin, whose new collection ‘Kallianthi’, designed by Clarissa Hulse, contains a wealth of pattern and colour across fabrics and wallcoverings. The name ‘Kallianthi’ means ‘wild flowers’ in Ancient Greek and reflects the enchanting botanical-inspired designs. Inspired by long walks in the countryside and her half-Greek heritage, Clarissa’s range rejoices in glorious fusions of bright and bold, offset by pared back neutrals: magenta, paprika, coral, stone, citrine, indigo and many more beautiful colours feature across the range. The collection launches at Decorex 2011.
Oksana

30 / 30 / 2011

Stunning!

This Moment

30 / 30 / 2011

I love all the pillows piled together as well as those amazing lampshades!

Jill

Designwali

31 / 31 / 2011

So much lovely colour!

Candylei

31 / 31 / 2011

ohhh those pillow photographs. Love the turquoise, orange, red and pink! They are hot.

Cyndi Murdoch

31 / 31 / 2011

The tumble of pillows really caught my eye, as did those lampshades doing a balancing act. Fun!

Mayne

31 / 31 / 2011

WOW! WOW! WOW! Stylishly Styled! Truly impressed!

So many fun colors!!! I especially love those lamp shades! The yellow and the hot pinks ones are my faves!

Esse

31 / 31 / 2011

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Wow! I just LOVE THIS! All I want to do is dive head first into that pile of beautiful, luxurious pillows – exactly what a pile of pillows should make you want to do. Great post!

so bright and bold! Pretty!
Loved your comment about Corfu Will, you should definitely go back soon! Hope you had a good time in Italy x

Maryam in Marrakesh

31 / 31 / 2011

Love that lamp shade image esp!

Kim @ In a State of Luxe

31 / 31 / 2011

The way fabric houses do their shoots is getting more and more creative. I've just been lusting over the new Manuel Canovas brochure, but this is also amazing! Such great art direction…

C.B.

31 / 31 / 2011

Awww There was a bath just like that in my house when I was a child except ours was drak green with claws on the feet. It was the best bath ever! And I just love the wallpapers.

Rebecca

31 / 31 / 2011

Clarissa Hulsse is a genius, always loved her stuff and this collection is no exception! Fab photo shoot, thanks for sharing!x

Hill Country House Girl

31 / 31 / 2011

Just found your blog and can't wait to explore more. These photos are so amazing- LOVE the styling and all the color!!!

Pinecone Camp

31 / 31 / 2011

I just love all the images! Looks like it would have been a very labour-intensive shoot, but heaps of fun.
Have a good day!

Modern Country Lady

31 / 31 / 2011

Fabulous styling! The house in the first picture with the dark green tiles reminds me of a fabulous house in Holland Park I went to- not sure if it's open to the public- you would love it- all tiled- peacock colours- fabulous!

Will @ Bright.Bazaar

31 / 31 / 2011

@Hill Country House Girl – Thank you!

@Modern Country Lady – Those tiles sound divine.

Full House

31 / 31 / 2011

Ooh I would like to see these in person..very pretty.

peggy | bluepoolroad

31 / 31 / 2011

will, these are beautiful!!! my favorite is the one with the pillows all piled up in that narrow hallway. just brilliant styling.

LatteLisa

31 / 31 / 2011

these are beautiful but it breaks my heart seeing those cushions lying on the floor … I know, I'm hopeless ;-)

Ylenia

31 / 31 / 2011

these pictures are sooo amazing!!!!

♥ Ylenia
from longuette

Jan | Poppytalk

31 / 31 / 2011

wow so crazy

Allison Egan

01 / 1 / 2011

Fantastic! I love to see the lush overflow of all those pillows – its a dream!
xo Allison

http://www.spicerandbank.blogspot.com

Nyla Free Designs

01 / 1 / 2011

Fantastic styling and photography…not to mention gorgeous product!

Parker

01 / 1 / 2011

I love these images! so creative!

Love all this color and pattern, such great styling on these shots too. Love those side chairs in the mix of prints. Wouldn't they be fun around a big dining table?

kate

06 / 6 / 2011

I wish I knew where they sold in the States!!