Every month House & Garden’s decoration editors curate a fictional, shoppable home, using a painstakingly researched selection of beautiful objects old and new. Welcome to The Scheme. This month Ruth Sleightholme look back to 1970s Palm Beach for inspiration that takes the form of bold colour, graphic pattern, and opulent textiles.
• Cement tiles, ‘Eclipse’ (25), by India Mahdavi, 20cm square, £146 a square metre, from Bisazza.
• Brass and marble ‘Screw Table Tube Base‘, by Tom Dixon, 73 x 90cm diameter, £1,070, from Harrods.
• Ceramic plate, ‘Flower’ (green), £48, from Irving & Morrison. Stoneware plates, ‘Dinera’, £1.50 each, from Ikea.
• Brass spray canister, £25, from Barbican Shop.