Defined by bold, luxurious pieces with distinct shapes and colour palettes, our characterful Graphic Form trend creates a seriously statement look that will bring any home to life in an instant.
Mixing a mash-up of tones, textures, styles and shapes, there are plenty of ways to make it work for you.

Feeling inspired? Here are some handy tips on how to bring Graphic Form into your interior.

Shaping Up

The secret to this look lies in shapes – bold lines and geometrics stand out from the crowd, but softer silhouettes are also needed to strike a balance and create diversity. The Mimosa Sofa by Orla Kiely achieves this on its own, with a slick, streamlined look that contrasts beautifully against the plumpness of its bolster cushions and soft velvet upholstery.

Draw extra style from the ceiling through circular statement lighting, like the Mercer Glass Bubble Chandelier. With its elegant design and metallic brass accents, it combines smooth round globes with sharp angles to bring the best of both worlds.

On Display

Small but mighty, accessories hold the key to tying this look together. A stunning display of vases in various colours and textures will pull the eye in different directions; try the matte finish of the Deco Vase in blue and burgundy set against the glossy and glamorous aesthetic of the Enamelled Vase.

Once again, shapely lighting achieves a softening effect, this time in the form of table lamps like the ultra-contemporary LED Circle Table Lamp.

Layer Up

Offering a bold dash of colour that looks particularly stunning against crisp white linens, the Vintage Mohair Throw is an easy way to refresh your bedroom, whilst plump scatters like the Rouge Velvet Embroidered Cushion create a soft and inviting backdrop to break up a bold look.

For an extra sumptuous feel, textured rugs will add depth to any space. The Form Rug has geometric style stitched into every inch, with a gorgeous 3D design that enhances its plush pile.

A Smart Spectrum

Non-negotiable, this sharp scheme is enriched by a palette of bottle green, ochre and primary colours. Not every piece needs to fight for attention with vibrant hues, though. Muted neutrals and contemporary greys also come into play, like in the Mimosa Snuggler by Orla Kiely which instead relies on a retro repeat motif to imbue character.

If redecorating is out of the question, carefully chosen artwork can help to unite the colours of a room. The Elle Canvas features swirls of soft pastels to enhance warmer shades, whilst dark accents serve to complement metallics and cool tones.

However you choose to style it, our Graphic Form trend creates a look that is surprisingly smooth and slick. Shop the collection here and see for yourself.