It’s clear that Henry has opened a gateway of possibility in ways to incorporate these statement rugs into all kinds of interior spaces, some taking a bolder approach with colour and some more subtle with muted tones. We talk to Henry about how he initially came up with his palette and developed it for the collection along with some tips on how to approach this process yourself.
A Conversation on Colour with Henry Holland
We talk rugs, ceramics and of course... colour!
I Feel Love in Blue sample paired with Henry Holland Studio Ceramics
' I wanted to create a collection that stayed true to the tones we use and the natural material of the clay.'
'We used the colours of clay that I use in my ceramic collection as a starting point and then added a selection of complimentary colours. I wanted to create a collection that stayed true to the tones we use and the natural material of the clay.'
I Feel Love in Tan
'Our homes should reflect our personalities'
'Floor Story have these colour swatch pom boxes of every tone of thousands of different colours. I started from selecting colours that reflected the tones of the clay that I use in my ceramics and then added a small collection of complimentary colours that fit in tonally and still felt reflective of my tableware collections.'
Melted in Green with Melted in Green reverse sample paired with Henry Holland Studio Ceramics
'I would always encourage people to be as creative as they like and create something that reflects who they are and their own homes. Our homes should reflect our personalities and colour has the power to set the tone of a space. If you want a calming sanctuary or your very own rave cave then go for it!'