Persian rugs are so passé – as are cowhides, Berber, and Plush. In the 2019 villa of the true sartorialist, the concrete floors will be covered not in intricately crafted weaving techniques, but robes, garments and textiles. Patchwork is back, bringing with it its erratic, idiosyncratic sensibility, where old and new conjoin in surprising, amusing ways. What feels soothingly 70s is actually very eco-future: overtly recycling left-over textiles to reduce waste from the garment industry, and making a point while doing it. Ever the pioneer, it’s of course our friends at Acne Studios who most recently presented their take on medley interiors. Riffing off their own range of products that have them a stable in every Scandi’s home, their limited edition interiors line features their beloved scarves – the Kelow, the Cassiar – interconnected to form blankets and pillowcases. Already immensely popular since launching last week, the collection is almost sold out already – so hurry up if you want a slice of Acne Studios’ New World of Interiors. Worst comes to worst, you could always dust off your sewing machine and try to weave together a couple of old Zara tops at home.
For more information, see Acne Studios