Curated with London’s most prestigious residences in mind, Eaton Square reinterprets townhouse living, offering a distinguished aesthetic realised in a contemporary manner.

At the collection’s heart is a furniture suite designed in collaboration with fine English furniture maker Justin Van Breda. Classic silhouettes – from a pedestal dining table to a console table with classically inspired frieze – are united by a sophisticated bracket motif, drawing on the formal beauty of its inspirational postcode.

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A warm and earthy grey-stained oak – specially developed for the range – presents a luxe pale wood, offering a delicate alternative to darker finishes. Embellishing the finely crafted pieces, hand-forged antique brass detailing is inlaid into the wood with herringbone patterns decorating the range’s tabletops.

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Championing updated tradition, the collection’s upholstery references everlasting silhouettes in a new way. A smart camelback sofa and armchair are given simplified forms and reworked in a fine cotton blend – their curved back and gently tapered sides gives a whisper of their heritage; their motifs in a hand-applied nailhead trim. An elegantly shaped headboard, graceful bench and full dining set carry the aesthetic throughout the home.

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Inviting splashes of mustard and aged golds characterise the accessories of the look, giving a masterclass in using yellow tones. Gestural rugs, abstract landscapes and shadowbox art are some of the more modern touches, balanced with luxurious silk and ikat cushions, diaphanous glass table lamps and towering faux orchids.

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Channelling a tried and true sensibility from a contemporary perspective, the Eaton Square collection is the new classic.

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