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The Icons

We take a look at some of the inimitable heroes of interiors

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It takes more than just good design to create an icon. But, whether it’s a famed classic with a story to tell, or a modern design piece that has made a big impression, these heroes of design form the life force of our home edit. Get to know the interiors, past and present, with the power to make history.

Kit-Cat Klock

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It’s been bringing walls to life since the 1930s and the original Kit-Cat Klock is going nowhere. An icon of Americana, little has changed about the tail swinging, eye rolling design. Playful, timeless, and bursting with the best kind of kitsch.
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Anissa Kermiche Love Handles Vase

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New to the scene, Anissa Kermiche’s body-positive ceramics have gained firm fans, fast. Her ‘Love Handles’ vase pays homage to sculptor Constantin Brancusi, its voluptuous lines making this an art piece with sure tongue-in-cheek appeal.
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Soho Home Sofia Footstool

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Putting its properties’ interiors within reach, Soho Home plucked this velvet footstool from London’s Kettner’s Townhouse. The plump ‘pumpkin’ design is distinctive yet luxe, as much a feature as an essential lounging tool.
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Omersa Leather Hippopotamus

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Woven into our own history since 1927, Omersa has used the same hand-skilled process, from its beginnings to today. This hippopotamus is no exception. The sturdy, leather-clad piece carries a wealth of crafting heritage, built to be a life-long fixture in your home.
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Fornasetti Wall Plate No.137

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Nothing says Fornasetti like fine porcelain and the image of his muse, Lina Cavalieri. Handmade and hand-painted with pansy in mouth, this collectible wall plate captures the spirit of the Surrealists in a piece of design history.
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Hay Time Hourglass

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Hay has turned modern simplicity into a signature and the Time hourglass is a core fixture. It’s organic curves and iridescent grains make over the old-world timer for today, capturing moments of calm with its elegant subtleties.
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Tom Dixon Tank Champagne Glasses

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Himself an icon of modern British design, Tom Dixon’s functional objects reflect a wealth of design-world influences. The Tank series looks beyond this world, seen in mouth-blown vessels shaped on the sculptural forms of scientific glassware.
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Seletti Sitting Mouse Lamp

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Since the 1960s, Seletti’s pop art-inspired vision has brought a playful influence to interiors. It’s mischievous mouse lamp is a true character piece, clutching a colourful bulb that can light up a space in more ways than one.
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Kit-Cat Klock

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Anissa Kermiche

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Soho Home

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Omersa

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Fornasetti

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Hay

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Tom Dixon

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Seletti

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