I've written here before about the vast improvement in high street retailers' homeware collections over the past two years or so. Marks and Spencer is another brand that continues to take their homeware offering from strength to strength. They've successfully teamed up with some notable Design Legends, namely Sir Terence Conran, which sees the introduction of bedroom and kitchen collections to the existing living and dining ranges. A good number of my top picks come from the Conran range, which has a classic, stylish simplicity to it, with more than an air of high quality - the clothes valet is made of solid walnut, for example. As well as the sophisticated Conran collection, there are three core themes, Spectrum, Chalk and Geisha, across their latest collection. Spectrum is packed full of bright, luminous pastels and bold graphics, such as the geometric rug seen above. Chalk has a more natural and pared-back feel with the fabrics and textures reflecting organic and natural fibres. The third theme, Geisha, demonstrates lavish and vibrant colours such as deep fushia and magenta, inspired by oriental opulence. Which products are catching your eye? How would you incorporate these into your space this spring?
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