Revelling in Repetition

Day to Day

Join us as we share examples of how repetition can transform interiors into cohesive works of art...

Repetition in design isn’t just a tool—it’s a symphony of patterns, colours, and forms that creates harmony and rhythm within spaces. Just as a chorus repeats itself to enrich a song, repetition in design weaves consistency and a sense of belonging. Join us as we share examples of how repetition can transform interiors into cohesive works of art.

Patterned Wallpaper

Create magic in your spaces where the walls tell a story through repeated patterns. Whether it’s floral, geometric, or a mural that wraps around the room, repeated motifs on walls immediately capture the eye and create a sense of continuity and playfulness. A repeated floral organic pattern or mural reflects a touch of nature within, while geometric designs can add a contemporary structured feel. Always dare to create a bit of drama!

Symmetrical Furniture Layouts

Repetition in furniture layouts is like a perfectly choreographed dance. Picture two identical sofas and armchairs, restaurant seating, or a pair of matching bedside tables on either side of a bed. This symmetrical approach creates a serene, organised feel that is pleasing to the eye. It is about creating visual harmony, where each piece has a twin that mirrors its form and function, making the room feel balanced and intentional.

Colour Palette

Colour repetition is a subtle yet powerful way to unify a space. Choosing a colour palette and echoing its hues in varied elements transforms a space into a harmonious tapestry. In Suite 804 of Warren Street Hotel, hues of blue, orange, and pink intertwine, as joy dances through the air. These playful tones craft a tapestry of whimsical delight, where our vibrant floral ‘Chainstitch’ fabric in orange cascades over curtains and the sofa, sky blue adorns the walls, and our ‘Kit’s Wing Chair’ is upholstered in a pink and orange geometric motif.

Lighting Fixtures

Lighting plays a crucial role in setting the mood and enhancing the ambiance of a room. We love working with artist Martha Freud, who designed a series of mushroom porcelain pots and tulip pendants for the restaurant at Warren Street Hotel. These repeated lighting fixtures create a sense of order, whimsy, and elegance. We further wove a symphony of repetition with a series of framed plate artworks, each one harmonising with the circular dance of Martha’s tulip pendants hanging above.

Style & Accessorise

A series of decorative items such as vases, sculptures, books, or found pieces used in repetition create a sense of consistency and visual intrigue. These elements easily add depth, texture, and one’s personal story of adventure to any space!

We hope we have inspired you to bring new life into your spaces through the art of repetition.