Our top styling tip for Spiced Honey is to treat it as a gateway to a more vibrant, soulful home. Think tawny leathers, beautiful woodwork and plenty of tactile finishes.
The easiest place to begin is always with the accessories. Sometimes, a statement rug or modern pendant light is all it takes to invigorate lacklustre rooms. GAN‘s new Mirage Rug offers a stunning interpretation of the seasonal colour story, overlapping spiced honey with sunset pinks and graphite blacks. Half watercolour, half 70s throwback, it makes for a gorgeous piece of floor art.
Another factor underscoring the return to earthy, heartwarming hues is a desire to surround ourselves with natural, imperfect objects. Whether as an antidote to the digital age or because it feels like a more truthful representation of who we are, it’s a phenomenon that shows no sign of abating.
“As we heal our rifts with nature, we fill our spaces with humble and authentic tones, inviting in an interplay of beautiful imperfections. The worn and weathered is reborn alongside the new and modern. Optimism and peace is restored.”
Walter Knoll’s Ishino tables are a great example of this. Balancing lightness and volume, they seek to reveal the beauty of naturally polished pebbles that have been buffed and shaped by the elements. The lightness or ‘Spiced Honey’ aspect can be seen in their luminous finish. Each table appears to have been dipped in liquid metal, infusing the worn and weathered design concept with an invigorating, luxurious touch.