A curated collection, Cos x Hay Spring/Summer 2017

COS and HAY SS17, a curated collection

When two of my favourite brands collaborate, one from fashion and the other from the interiors world, I get excited! COS and HAY ‘s products are both modern and clean with aethestics that effortlessly compliment each other. Though great design and styling that seems effortless is actually a very hard thing to achieve. Creative Director of COS Karin Gustafsson handpicked items within this collection creating a fresh vision for spring/summer 2017. A new season inspired by a natural colour palette of moss and olive greens, beiges and neutrals. You can see the entire collection on COS’s website but after seeing these styled shots, I had to share them with you! I mean, how cool right?!

“We like to describe it as HAY seen through the eyes of COS.” Karin Gustafsson, COS Creative Director

What I particularly like about this latest campaign is the sense of calm, clean design and absolutley stunning colour tones. When seeing companies like COS and HAY unite, it helps put together a whole new perspective on their designs. Monochorome runs throughout my house, now I’m inspired to welcome the spring by introducing beigey greys and muted greens.

COS and HAY Spring Summer 2017Simple minimal Styling COS x HAYLifestyle imagery COS x HAYMinimal and neautral, COS x HAYPaper porcelain by HAY, clean minimal stylingCos and Hay SS17Cos and Hay SS17, HAY wash basketCos and Hay SS17, HAY lampCos and Hay SS17, lifestyle styling

Visit the COS website to see the full collection, my shopping list is getting pretty big!


images courtesy of COS xHAY


  • Reply cate March 15, 2017 at 1:55 pm

    I love these beautifully styled images, perfect spring inspiration, I want to fill myself with everything muted green now! x

  • Reply Karen - Making Spaces March 15, 2017 at 6:53 pm

    Big yes to muted green! I daren’t actually click the link to see the full collection… I know i’ll want it all!

  • Reply Old Fashioned Susie March 15, 2017 at 7:43 pm

    OOh love the green and the shape of those vases

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