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London: Design Centre, Chelsea Harbour Launches First Look

A Sneak Peek of New-Season Colours

Design Centre, Chelsea Harbour, the world’s premier design destination, launches a new online initiative that looks to a brighter future.

First Look is an exclusive taster of the collections making their debut for spring/summer 21. This virtual curated edit reveals some of the most beautiful palettes for the coming season from Design Centre, Chelsea Harbour’s 120 showrooms and 600 international brands.

The starting point is colour: head online and pick a palette from the First Look colour wheel to start exploring the latest products.

Different colours conjure different emotions, making them some of the most important elements in interior design – they can transform, revive, sooth or excite, and even the subtlest tones can have a positive impact. Design Centre, Chelsea Harbour has something for every mood; from burnt orange to yellow, green to aqua, blue to purple, plum to pink and warm neutrals. A splash of yellow to brighten your day or a cooling blue to calm; the hues you choose have the power to affect how you live and the atmosphere you wish to create.

This unique collective presents an array of tempting colourways via fabrics and wallcoverings as well as furniture, lighting, carpets, tiles, kitchens, bathrooms, outdoor living, trimmings, leather and hardware. Whatever your favourite, First Look offers a spectrum that brings joy, comfort and creative inspiration, signalling the design directions for the months ahead. 

First Look acts as a preview to London Design Week 2021, where everything will be able to be seen in person.

#FirstLookatDCCH

For more details, visit: https://www.dcch.co.uk/first-look from Wednesday, 24 February 

Picture captions:

Top: 
BURNT ORANGE TO YELLOW PALETTE
CLOCKWISE FROM TOP LEFT: 
‘Home Jungle’ fabric, Di Varia Natura collection, Rubelli
‘Hockney’ stool, Julian Chichester - 
‘Les Foiles’ fabric, Caspari collection, Pierre Frey
‘Earl’ double wall light with bespoke ‘Murray’ shade by The Light Shade Studio, David Hunt Lighting
‘Talete’ fabric, Di Varia Natura Collection, Rubelli
‘Bagatelle’ fabric, Manuel Canovas at Colefax and Fowler

Second:
PLUM TO PINK PALETTE
CLOCKWISE FROM TOP LEFT:
‘Vespa’ lamp, Porta Romana
‘Azilal’ fabric, Nobilis
‘Artifices’ fabric, This Must Be The Place collection, Dedar
‘Beagle Orchid’ cushion with ‘Paloma Cocktail’ trim, Andrew Martin
‘Burano’ fabric, Di Varia Natura collection, Rubelli
‘Dabke’ fabric, Alice Sergeant at Tissus d’Hélène

Third:
BLUE TO PURPLE PALETTE
CLOCKWISE FROM TOP LEFT:
‘Blooming Jungle’ fabric, Clarence House at Turnell and Gigon
‘Arcure Epingle’ fabric, Espalier collection, Neisha Crosland at Schumacher
‘Paysage’ fabric, The Wall collection: Chapter 3, Lelièvre Paris
‘Couper’ backless bench, McKinnon and Harris
‘Mare’ embroidered border, Oceania collection, Samuel & Sons

Bottom:
GREEN TO AQUA PALETTE
CLOCKWISE FROM TOP LEFT:
‘Agrias’ fabric, Clarke and Clarke at Harlequin
‘Harbour’ sofa, Paola Lenti at Interdesign UK
'Muttonwood’ fabric, Fabricut at Christian Lee
‘Fable’ fabric, Camengo at Colony
‘Pollock’ drinks cabinet, Julian Chichester