An eclectic mix of psychedelic florals and Persian-inspired carpet prints beautifully showcase the daring approach to design House of Hackney founders, Frieda Gormley and Javvy M Royle, are renowned for. “Although pink isn’t a colour we tend to wear, we love it in an interiors setting,” explains Frieda. Combining the painterly ‘Artemis’ with souk-style ‘Mey Meh’ proves that clashing prints can be used to dazzling effect, especially when tempered by traditional dark-green woodwork. With its plush bottle-green velvet sofa, luxurious tasselled ceiling lamp and decorative cornices, “the room feels quite traditional except not in a traditional colourway,” notes Frieda. Accented with indoor palms, art on the walls and pops of leopard print, the room beautifully represents the brand’s maximalist ethos.