Everybody needs a space of their own. Somewhere to relax and unwind with a good book, their favourite music and perhaps a glass of something special. The corner where I sit and unwind with a copy of Monocle, a dram of Aberfeldy and some classic Dylan is in my converted attic/office; It's light and airy but it was lacking in colour until Lane got in touch to tell me about their new Twin Tone Play modular wall art system.
The system consists of large format colour chips printed on beautiful textured paper and allows you to design your own grid of colours that compliment your space. All the prints are designed by Joff and Ollie, exclusively for Lane and printed on paper from GF Smith, made by James Cropper, one of the UK's last remaining speciality paper makers. Every print in the collection is available either unframed or complete with a perfectly proportioned matt black aluminium frame with optically clear acrylic. Every colour combination is available as part of a pre determined set or as a standalone piece to let you mix and match your favourite colour combinations.
After some tough deliberation, I chose the Smith Grey & Morning Yellow / Feather Blue & Soot Black combo - I really like the contrast of the muted grey and blue against the deep black and vibrant yellow. The prints have really added another dimension to the space and I'm even considering adding another two colourways to the adjacent wall to open it up even more.
I'm a firm believer in the importance of making your space your own and Lane's Play Twin Tone prints are a great way to do that. You'll be surprised the difference something so simple can make and the fun you can have picking out your perfect combination. Head over to Lane now and add some colour to your space.
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