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    Decology Editorial Team
    Sep 1 st, 2016
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    Little Black Book: Discover Witch and Watchman

    Our new find Witch and Watchman. Very much in the same way we celebrate up-and-coming designers, here at Decology HQ we love keeping our eyes peeled for new interiors brands which are set to become the next big thing and will enjoy a cult following amongst the design crowd. Our Decologists always have their ears to the ground and are constantly providing us with our latest style crush.

    Each month our team of talented designers will help us curate a carefully selected compilation of the newest and most exciting brands around, and you can be sure their wealth of knowledge and expertise will be bringing you the best of the best.

    This month, we’re lusting after the moody designs of Witch and Watchman; a fabric and wallpaper brand founded right here in London by CSM graduate Helen Wilson.

    Taking inspiration from Film Noir and eccentric architecture, Witch & Watchman’s unique prints tell a story of dark romanticism, peculiarity and mystery. Every element in each design has been painted on oil canvas by Wilson, then digitally reproduced onto fabric and wallpaper using top quality UK manufacturers. Choose between eight different patterns to suit your style, varying from subtle to stand-out designs.

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    As well as its core print collections, Witch and Watchman also offers a range of plush cushions and kitchen textiles, including aprons, tea towels and oven gloves.

    Our favourite print? The Folia Dark collection (below) – we love its earthy colours and the scattering of exotic birds throughout. How about re-upholstering your favourite armchair for a statement-making design? Or pair the wallpaper against a dark wooden console table for dramatic effect.

     

    Seen something you like? Ask your Decologist to incorporate it into your bespoke room design – prices start from as little as £250 per room (click here for more info: https://decology.co.uk/how-it-works/).

     

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