Written by Christina Chrysostomou

Chloe Jonason Interiors launches new online vintage homeware collection

The brand-new vintage homeware range takes inspiration from Indian colours, patterns and fabrics

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A combination of old and new textiles, Chloe Jonason’s new vintage homeware collection is now available online. It appears alongside her already established bespoke curtain, blinds, upholstery and design service. With generous splashes of colour and gorgeous wefts and warps of woven pattern, we’re excited about the stylish and sustainable soft furnishings.

So read on to find out how the creative concept was born, her inspiration, styling tips and more about her consultative services…

How did the collection come about?

Inspired by doing up her own home in South Lincolnshire, Chloe decided to create a sideline during the Covid-19 pandemic in conjunction with the bespoke side of her business based on vintage textiles.

She said: ‘I wanted to create my own range of home accessories and textiles. It was inspired by my love of colours, pattern and travel, providing customers with one-off pieces full of positivity. They are all handpicked therefore it only includes pieces I would enjoy in my own house.’

Inspired by India

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Despite holidays being put on hold, Chloe Jonason’s interior creations will instantly transport you to exotic Asian destinations. In her own words she ‘want[ed] the eclectic furnishings to elevate the home and take people on a joyful journey at a time when we can’t freely travel.’

Her collection includes a bountiful selection of cushions that are heavily embroidered and patterned. What’s more, they are made from vintage Indian textiles displaying woven Bohemian fabric and handmade tassels for a tactile touch.

Read more: The best place to find fabric online

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There’s also an impressive array of vintage Suzanis and Kantha quilts to choose from. Taking her inspiration from traditional manufacturing methods, Chloe Jonason pays homage to Asian tapestry. For example, Kantha quilts were originally made from recycled fabrics, often using old sari lengths. Their variation in colour and pattern is extraordinary and therefore makes each item unique. Because of this, you can be sure that no one will have the exact same piece in their home.

The stories behind each piece are as rich as their colours and as intricate as the designs that cover their surfaces. Each of the hand-embroidered pieces is infused with character adding colour and pattern to any interior and can be used for wall hangings, headboards, ottomans or throws.

How to style the pieces in your home

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All pieces in the collection are double-sided and can be used as a bed cover, throw, picnic blanket or tablecloth. So whether you’re renting your abode or a homeowner who wants to jazz up a room, these versatile textiles can also be used for upholstery, cushions, roman blinds and curtains.

Read more: 6 trending ideas for curtains and blinds in 2021

What are the hero pieces in the collection?


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Inspired by global trends, we have our eyes fixed on a woven tribal blanket. As well as being used as a standalone piece, the material also works well for curtains, blinds and upholstery. However, if the blanket doesn’t float your boat, there are other options of course. Highlights include scalloped jute rugs, a circular footstool and handmade silk sari lampshades.

Interior consultation services

Chloe also offers bespoke services ranging from customised curtains and blinds to upholstery and design. Maybe your favourite piece of furniture needs a new lease of life? Or perhaps you’ve discovered an antique find that needs a bit of love? Whatever the reason for reaching out, she’ll be there to provide a fresh take on your possessions.

She works with her clients to create classic pieces and bespoke curtains and blinds. With her expertise she can help with anything from decorating advice and paint colours to accessories, artwork and detailing.

All in all, by opting for her consultative services, she will not only guide your vision from mood board but also curate a space that will uplift and inspire you too.

View Chloe’s vintage collection online here and place your order today.

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