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The hip homeware brand is a master of illusion
If you’re not quite ready to embrace the geometrics trend that’s storming the world of interiors, why not ease yourself in with a hand-pulled screen print by Lane? With a passion for all things British, the homeware brand employs highly skilled local craftsmen and its designs are printed on sustainable paper produced by one of the country’s last speciality paper makers.
This season, Lane’s designers have been inspired by excursions to Norway, Scotland and Milan to create eight punchy new prints that include eye-popping repeat patterns and a sublime landscape.
From optical illusions such as Rose Peaks, top, and Honeycomb, above (don’t stare at them too hard after one too many Chrimbo cocktails!), to the beautifully undulating From Land to Sea, below, the collection is the perfect introduction to geometrics. And with prices starting at £55 for an unframed print, this is one trend that’s easy to tap into. Call it geometrics lite…