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Atkin and Thyme: A new name on the interiors landscape


New furniture and home accessories brand Atkin and Thyme launched last month. The 120-piece strong collection comprises an eclectic mix of classic and contemporary pieces which are made in limited, low volume batches and handcrafted by skilled artisans.

A shared love for travel, coupled with a passion for unique design and a belief in the importance of using high quality materials, is what sparked founders Nick and Victoria Atkin’s inspiration for the range. Design styles from across the globe are evident throughout the collection and only the finest quality materials have been used to craft the furniture, lighting, mirrors and home accessories.


Honeycomb glass side table

This honeycomb inspired gold side table is cast in aluminium with three legs and circular toughened glass top.


Rio armchair in velvet, and Kew glass top side table

This stylish contemporary chair will add a burst of colour to any modern home. Available in carmine pink velvet with contrasting back panel and solid mango wood frame.


Pimlico armchair in velvet and Crank side table

Clad in sumptuous jewel-toned medieval blue cotton velvet, the chair features elegant buttoning and distinguished turned legs for a luxurious and exclusive feel. The chair’s elegant outline simultaneously suits both modern and contemporary interiors.


Lighting, Atkin and Thyme

Scandinavian-inspired pendant lighting and industrial cage lights feature, as well as over and standard-sized table lamps.


Mirrors, Atkin and Thyme

Each of these mirrors makes a stunning and original focal point and the white metal-plated ‘I spy white metal mirror’, which is split into four different sections in a design recalling a window pane, is sophisticated and elegant, yet wholly unique.

Victoria Atkin said: “The collection has been designed to appeal to anyone with a love for distinctive and original high-quality design and we hope our customers enjoy exploring the collection as much as we enjoyed sourcing and designing the pieces.”

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December 9, 2014 | Furniture | View comments

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