Colette Bream’s home – featured in Mollie Makes 35 – is eclectic and serene in equal measure. Get the look with these beautiful homewares.
[Clockwise from top-left] 1. A French classic, the Tolix chair is a fine example of 1930s bistro chic. From John Lewis. 2. Colette’s daughter Skye tried to catch the first rainbow she saw, inspiring Colette to make this colourful floor cushion. By Colette Bream. 3. Bonjour! This Parisian pigeon is a little more refined than his English cousins, no? By Colette Bream.
4. A collector of Nathalie Lete pieces, Colette loves bright crockery. This plate is a Nathalie Lete piece from Anthropologie. 5. Colette’s home is filled with vases of flowers and potted plants. This elephant bowl by Jonathan Adler is similar to Colette’s duck and bunny vases. 6. Daughter Skye’s room is a stylish retreat, n’est pas, with polka dot curtains hanging in the windows. Have similar curtains made using this fabric by Cath Kidston.