SS16 Decorating: New Additions from Ross & Brown

This week Ross & Brown introduce a new selection of decorating and storage ideas to freshen up your home for summer. Soft white textiles, glass, metal and natural woven materials are key in these additions to their core collection, which includes furniture, lighting and decorative accessories in a contemporary Scandinavian style. Everything seen here can be purchased on their website from today. For more new additions,

Kuba Rug, £195

A deep pile rug in grey and white, made using the 'Rya' knotting technique that is traditional to Scandinavia. Rya is the word for 'rug' in Swedish, but also refers to the long-piled, heavy rugs used in the fifteenth century to keep Scandinavian houses warm during their bitter winters. 

Pillar Lanterns set of three, £56

A set of three glass lanterns made from glass and antiqued black zinc. Create atmosphere inside or outside by adding tall, white church candles, cut flowers or other small decorative objects.

Woven Baskets, £28 - £44

These handy baskets are woven from thick natural maize with a dipped grey base. With three sizes available they're perfect for your laundry, home storage or packing a picnic for the beach. 

About Ross & Brown

Peter Ross and Gary Brown first met in 2010, when they were both working at an interior design and architecture practice in Kent. A large part of an interior designer’s job is to scour the list of worldwide suppliers looking for product to specify for projects; it was during this process that the two realised that they shared similar tastes. They began to explore the idea of setting up online and becoming a supplier themselves - a destination which interior designers and homeowners would visit to find new and interesting products.

After a couple of years of deliberation Peter quit his job and they set about sourcing Ross & Brown’s first collection, finally launching to the public in October 2014. “We both have to love a product before we list it on our site,” says Peter. “Everything we stock, I would have in my home… and often do! We are essentially designers doing retail, not the other way around.”