With her vibrant colour, bold textiles and punchy patterns, London-based homewares and textiles designer Ottoline de Vries founded her eponymous label Ottoline in 2011 and has continued to go from strength to strength.
Originally pracitsing law, Ottoline used her space time in her native Netherlands to get creative and explore antiques and in turn began restoring and decorating them with playful colours and geometric wallpapers. As soon as she launched her first wallpaper collection under her own design studio, Ottoline has since been recognised as a refreshing voice in the traditional of interiors and homeware decor. Not afraid to clash patterns of colour, prints or textiles, Ottoline's latest tulip-emblazoned and Moroccan-inspired cushions are hand-drawn onto a linen-cotton blend canvas, ideal for lifting up your living room with a little colour.
Exploring an eclectic assortment of handmade and sustainably sourced jewellery, Couverture’s latest editorial is a celebration of free-flowing design that effortlessly blends playful twists with striking details.
Renowned for her distinctive use of colour and pattern, Donna’s designs are infused with her playful sense of humour, her love of nature and a life-long passion for craft and making. Two decades later, Couverture celebrates this momentous landmark with a window installation dedicated to the anniversary Autumn / Winter 2023 Collection.
For our autumn editorial, the Couverture team headed to a mid-century modern house to capture standout styles from the AW23 collections.