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Next unveils inspiring new homeware collections
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Jun '12
UK retailer Next has launched some inspiring new additions to their homeware collections. From shabby chic to simple styling, the Shoreditch, Hoxton, Salvage and Sherlock pieces showcase the best in bedroom, living and dining room furniture with amazing 5 day delivery service.

Mixing intriguing elements inspired by our industrial past are the Shoreditch and Salvage ranges. Think metal ampersands and 'X,Y,Z' accessories from Salvage which compliment the metallic Shoreditch bedstead and chunky solid pine furniture with an individual distressed finish and antique brass cup handles.

Complete the look with one of Next’s printed stripe duvet sets and a patchwork throw.

Another new arrival is the Hoxton collection. This solid pine furniture range includes coffee tables, sideboards, chests of drawers and TV units with a distressed oiled finish which give the look of reclaimed timber.

The pieces look great alongside a heritage inspired Sherlock wing backed chair with stud detail and leather sofas. In contrast, Tribal Chic explores exotic ethnic influences, rich colours and sumptuous fabrics which look fabulous with the latest artificial blooms.

City Collection offers a quartet of distinctive scents in indulgent home fragrance formulations – each evoking one of the world’s great fashion centres. Milan captures the aura of that fast-paced and furiously stylish Italian city, whilst London has lychee and citrus top notes, a heart of rose and peony evolving to a powdery musk and cedarwood base.

The essence of cosmopolitan uptown New York is represented by a radiant and captivating white floral, featuring tuberose and gardenia with elegant jasmine and sun-kissed orange blossom. Paris, the home of haute-couture, is perfectly portrayed by an exotic floral bouquet of orchid, jasmine, ylang-ylang and orange blossom, with a base of musk and warm amber.

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