From new Cape Town-based interior design and creative styling company Hexagon Design Studio, comes a thoughtfully considered and patiently styled ensemble to show off each season’s wares. Featuring the new tablecloth collection from Fleur le Cordeur, as well as iconic pieces from Kartell, Hemelhuijs and Wunders, each scene reflects the individual season.
‘Hexagon Design Studio offers a full interior design and creative styling service,’ says founders Christine Bekker and Rika Kellerman. ‘In collaboration with Kartell for accessories, Hemelhuijs for iconic crockery, Wunders and LEG Studios for furniture pieces, Tilt Design for laser cut screens and Kobus Tollig Photography, we aimed to combine the relentless beauty of nature with designer pieces to create timeless interior settings.’
Living Room I: Spring
The lounge was styled to create a fresh, inviting and captivating ambience. The combination of light woods, metallic accessories and bold shades of green complement the fresh floral backdrop that adds softness and a sense of comfort.
Dining Room: Summer
Summer is the season of abundance, richness and flavour. Mimicking these expressions, jewel colours combined with gold and authentic wood textures create a jovial and inviting tableau.
Living Room II: Sunsets, unique in every season
The lounge is styled to portray the colours found in every sunset. The ombre scatter cushions and rug simulate the gradual changing of colours, featuring accent black furniture pieces from LEG design.
Dried textures inspired this design: delicate cotton flowers, dried artichokes, grasses, pods and seeds stretch over the cloth like a Karoo landscape. The design is versatile; it will complement a rustic farm house, but also fit a sleek and modern architecture. Warm hues and soft dusty pinks add romance, softness and calm.
Hexagon Design Studio Styling and Design
Fleur Le Cordeur Floral cloths
A+I Unlimited Design Kartell vase
LEG Studios Side table and stool
Home Fabrics Scatter cushions and Designers Guild rug
Hertex Fabrics Scatter cushions
Romo Scatter cushions
Photographer Kobus Tollig