Finally! I have my internet back – happy days 🙂
I wanted to share this amazingÂ Wear Eponymous Home Furnishings launch for about two weeks now! I’ve been a fan of the brand for a long time now as they have beautiful clothes, so it was a delight to find out that they’ve just launched a home interior design section on their site. Here’s a quick look into the beautiful patterns and luxe colour palletes used in their first ever home collection.
I also felt privileged as I was able to catch up with the amazing interior designer of this Wear Eponymous home collection, Amy McGregor.
I asked herÂ three questions…
How did youÂ get into interiors?
It all started at Heriot Watt University where I studied Designs for Textiles and graduated last June. I always had more of a passion for fashion until my last year of University where I began researching a lot of interior designers and fell in love with their designs, I also had an internship with Timorous Beasties and Gillian Kyle which inspired me to create my own textile label.
What is the inspiration behind your collection and designs?
I have a passion for florals, texture and geometrics so I thought why not combine them together! I donâ€™t have a key designer or word that inspired my collection but I did know I wanted to create designs that are unique and provide that little extra special touch to your home.
What is your top interior tip this winter 2014?
My top tip for winter is to have theÂ combination of luxury and comfort. Winters are cold and wet and you want to be able to relax and be warm in a cosy blanket on the couch or tucked up in bed with lots of cushions! Also remember that your home is your sanctuary so keep an eye out for the little trinkets and accessories that can bring a theme together with their colour or style as these are often the effective finishing touches to an interior design theme.
I’d like to thanks Amy for her lovely answers and Wear Eponymous for being so supportive and engaging with the blogger community, especially via twitter <3
So, what do you think of their designs and home furnishings?