Trends | Earthed + Home Comfort

Trends | Earthed + Home Comfort

Welcome to a closer look at the AW23 Totter + Tumble Ikat collection.   

Inspired by textural Ikat woven textiles, our first Ikat designs, created in-house, have the aesthetic of an area rug alongside the practical features of a play mat. 
Here we take a look at first reversible duo The Tali and The Odissi, exploring current interior decor trends they complement. 

earthed and home comfort totter and tumble interior trends
Credits: Ceiling lamp, World MarketWall Art, Rare Finds. Console, Crate & Barrel. Sofa, Amber Interiors. Dog bed, Nkuku. Toy trolley, Olli Ella

The Tali design combines a gradient Ikat design with muted, neutral colors of tan and almond that sit subtly in the space it is unrolled in. This soft design has a natural, earthy feel, ideal for the Earthed trend, where from-the-ground colors, tactile materials and traditional crafts are key. 

Features such as raw plaster, wood tones, textural fabrics and terracotta tiles are key for this trend. Decorative accessories have an artisanal vibe, often one-of-a-kind or made in small batches. Shell light pendants, wall art made from antique fabrics and handmade children's toys are just a few ideas that would suit this trend.
Image credits:  Ziloen, Mandarin Stone 
Image Credits: Plant pot, Ceramic SenseMirror, Ferm LivingCeiling light, AnthropologieChanging Table, John Lewis. Neon light, Neon LightingCrib, WillabySofa, LoafStacking pebbles, Grimm's.


The Odissi design combines a feathered, diamond Ikat design, with serene shades of mineral green and warm white-gray. This timeless design has a subtle vibe that is versatile in the home. It pairs up perfectly with the Home Comfort trend, where there is a focus on creating a mindful, rejuvenating home that prioritizes wellness for everyone.

A muted color palette is key for this home-retreat trend alongside considered items, ensuring there is minimal clutter for simpler cleaning and a healthier environment. Plump furniture is prioritized for ultimate comfort and organic materials and shapes are key for textiles and decorative accessories. 

Image credits: LADP Studio, Gillian Stevens Photography 


Discover our AW23 Ikat Collection here.