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Interiors: Why the new minimalism has a soft touch




Its usually hard edges softened by the artful layering of colour and texture, this new take on minimalism draws on Scandi style to balance contemporary with cosy

Showcasing the SS21 home collection at Next, Sidney Street, The Grafton and Beehive Centre, Cambridge; arc, Bury St Edmunds; next.co.uk

Similar bespoke cabinetry from £32,000, Bryan Turner Kitchen Furniture, High Green, Great Shelford, bryanturnerkitchens.com

ILIV Marble curtain and blind fabric in Pebble, offer price £31.99 per metre, Glasswells, Newmarket Road, Bury St Edmunds, glasswells.co.uk

Katharina Klug: Bulbous Forms, from £70, Cambridge Contemporary Art, Trinity Street, Cambridge, cambridgegallery.co.uk

Tone Von Krog: Bud vase duo on Oak, £65.50, Cambridge Contemporary Crafts, Bene’t Street, Cambridge, cambridgecrafts.co.uk

Georg Jensen Cobra Glasses, £35 for the pair, Baker Brothers Diamonds, St Peter’s Street, Bedford, bakerbrothersdiamonds.com

Georg Jensen Sky Collection three-piece bar set, £145, Baker Brothers Diamonds, St Peter’s Street, Bedford, bakerbrothersdiamonds.com

Melanie Goemans: Rococo VI, 43 x 43cm, £785, Byard Art, King’s Parade, Cambridge, byardart.co.uk

Costa grey velvet quilted dining chair, £79, cultfurniture.com

Brush-stroke abstract rug, £45-£180, Next, Sidney Street, The Grafton and Beehive Centre, Cambridge; arc, Bury St Edmunds; next.co.uk

Carter table lamp, £50, Next, Sidney Street, The Grafton and Beehive Centre, Cambridge; arc, Bury St Edmunds; next.co.uk


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