John Lewis & Partners to launch a new collection celebrating colourful and decorative design

The new collection draws inspiration from Frida Khalo.

The new John Lewis & Partners collection is a celebration of colourful, decorative and confident design.

Lounge Chair, Ampana Print, £499; Ultra Alcove Shelving Unit, £599; Berber Ikat Rug, £525, John Lewis.

New Eclectics is a modern twist on maximalism that delivers an eye-catching look for the new season.

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Sultans Garden Tableware, from £15; Linen Napkins, £15; Plane Cutlery Set, 6 Place Setting, £60, John Lewis.

Drawing inspiration from the diversity of individual expression, the collection aims to embrace a plurality of styles, shades and prints for a joyful and personalised statement.

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Tableware, from £5; Peony Artificial Large Stem, £12; Broste Copenhagen Borje Vase, £95, John Lewis.

Designed in house, and inspired by Frida Khalo’s pet sider monkey, the vibrant, playful Seoni print, seen across wallpaper, lighting and cushions, helps build a mood boosting, decorative style in every room. New Eclectics’ nostalgic nod sees the return of classical style icons including the slipper chair, chaise longue and pleased lampshade; creating a link to pieces that hold meaning and memories.

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Refine Sofa, Elegant Velvet Mustard, £1,299; Conic Five Head Floor Lamp, £225; West Elm Streamline Coffee Table, £599, John Lewis.

‘Our New Eclectics trend mixes rich and intense hues with warm earthy tones, beautiful woven details and intricate embroidery; reflecting influences garnered from travel, exploration and culture.

Being such a bold statement, this look particularly suits a curated approach to styling. Select the colour of the largest area then chose three shades that work well with it and layer clashing prints and patterns. Building from the base up will give the area a sense of cohesive purpose,’ says Melanie Archer, Partner and Colour Designer.

John Lewis & Partners, johnlewis.com.

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