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reproduced digitally, metallic accents, glossy velvets, pigment prints mimicking an embroidered effect and tonal small scale weaves with a high-shine. Designer, Becky Brown commented: “The geometric trend has filtered through from architecture, through fashion and into interiors. Repetition and form of pattern and design is all around us. Therefore, you don’t have to completely re-design your home to incorporate this look; it can be easily integrated into any interior. Create a modern contemporary look with the Harlequin Entity collection. Designs feature layered geometric shapes, which are distinct and at the same time pared back. Use with angular furniture and accessories featuring highlights of metallic to form a sleek interior scheme.” She added: “We have seen a re-occurrence of Geometric patterns trending in interiors due to their versatility and contemporary edge. It’s not limited to a certain style, therefore investing in key pieces is an ideal way to bring this timeless trend into your home.” As Becky explained, “Harlequin is all about creating a fashion statement in the home,” and it’s no surprise that it’s got everyone talking on the interior design scene. Following on from Entity later in the autumn Harlequin will be introducing two new aspirational collections glistening with lustrous finishes and seductive colours, guaranteed to confer an irresistible sense of style and glamour to the home. Entity is available via a network of stockists both nationally and internationally. For more information and retailers details, head to www.harlequin.uk.com n


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