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Ourlieu soft furnishings bring attitude to your interior!

by Maggie Pana August 12, 2015 0 Comments

Ourlieu soft furnishings bring attitude to your interior!


Typography in wall art has been going wild for years, but its transfer onto soft furnishings like pillows, cushions and tea towels is a fairly new phenomenon that’s showing no signs of slowing down.

We’re big fans of cheeky decor here at Kreo Home, which is why we’re mad for the whimsical Ourlieu range, which is bright, bold and packed with punch. The brand’s use of typography is executed in a fun and frivolous style, too, and we simply can’t get enough of the energy and vibrance these pieces bring to a space.

When it comes to the bedroom, introducing some typographical fun to an otherwise subdued scheme can be done with ease. Simply bring in some Fiesta Siesta Pillow Slips and you instantly elevate the look of the space.



To ensure the bedscape still feels relaxed and dreamy, keep your surrounding linen fairly subtle in style and let the typography of the Ourlieu collection be the shining stars of the show. It would also be a great idea to pull the colours from the lettering on your pillow slips and use them in block form on some back pillows. This will make the whole scene feel unified and resolved.

Of course, Ourlieu is not all about loud lettering. They have some seriously cute kitchen accessories that feature comical moments (like the Cray Cray tea towel) as well as gorgeous cushions splashed with geometric patterns and a few tropical moments (our faves has gotta be the Sayulita cushion cover and the Island Palm cushion cover).

Ourlieu’s entire philosophy is centered around creating beautiful and stylish homewares for any place or space, and we reckon they’ve nailed that ethos in their current range.


If you’re a fan of typography or go a bit cuckoo for cushions, jump on over to the Kreo store and take a look at the Ourlieu range. There are some pieces on sale at the moment that’ll give your home some style for a steal!

Blog written by Chris Carroll


Maggie Pana
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