Move To Memphis

Ready for something completely different? Check out this upbeat trend, inspired by the Memphis Group: an Italian design collective that ruled eighties interiors with a colourful mix of art deco, pop art and postmodernism. http://livcorday.com/inspirations/move-to-memphis/
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Memphis can be sophisticated, by using soft colours and the same prints for your walls and pillows. Here you see Memphis Textures: a collection of prints and cushions inspired by the Memphis Group. You can buy it at memphistextures.bigcartel.com

Memphis can be sophisticated, by using soft colours and the same prints for your walls and pillows. Here you see Memphis Textures: a collection of prints and cushions inspired by the Memphis Group. You can buy it at memphistextures.

In 1980 the postmodernist designer Ettore Sottsass gathered a group of like-minded designers. It was the birth of the Memphis Group. These are the fantastic interiors of two of those designers: George Sowden and Nathalie Du Pasquier.

In 1980 the postmodernist designer Ettore Sottsass gathered a group of like-minded designers. It was the birth of the Memphis Group. These are the fantastic interiors of two of those designers: George Sowden and Nathalie Du Pasquier.

Ready for something completely different? Check out this upbeat trend, inspired by the Memphis Group: an Italian design collective that ruled eighties interiors with a colourful mix of art deco, pop art and postmodernism.

Camille Walala’s bold patterns and bright colors adorn everything from tableware to shelves in her collection for London store Aria.

In 1980 the postmodernist designer Ettore Sottsass gathered a group of like-minded designers. It was the birth of the Memphis Group. These are the fantastic interiors of two of those designers: George Sowden and Nathalie Du Pasquier.

In 1980 the postmodernist designer Ettore Sottsass gathered a group of like-minded designers. It was the birth of the Memphis Group. These are the fantastic interiors of two of those designers: George Sowden and Nathalie Du Pasquier.

Looking for a striking interior? Put your Memphis inspired art against a wall with graphic wallpaper and choose frames in different colours to make them pop. Choose matching furniture for maximum effect.

Looking for a striking interior? Put your Memphis inspired art against a wall with graphic wallpaper and choose frames in different colours to make them pop. Choose matching furniture for maximum effect.

Looking for a striking interior? Put your Memphis inspired art against a wall with graphic wallpaper and choose frames in different colours to make them pop. Choose matching furniture for maximum effect.

Looking for a striking interior? Put your Memphis inspired art against a wall with graphic wallpaper and choose frames in different colours to make them pop. Choose matching furniture for maximum effect.

Even those who find the average Memphis imagery a bit too exuberant, can find something to their liking. The colour scheme of this simple graphic print by Etsy shop Deltanova is a subtle wink to Memphis.

Even those who find the average Memphis imagery a bit too exuberant, can find something to their liking. The colour scheme of this simple graphic print by Etsy shop Deltanova is a subtle wink to Memphis.

This image shows you what the original Memphis trend was about. Now that’s a pretty impressive interior, no? It’s all about bright colours and impressive yet strange designs, like the impressive ‘Casablanca’: a cabinet that looks a bit like a cactus. Find it at 1stdibs.com.

Ettores Milan apartement was the place Memphis design was formed after a night of discussing ideas and design and listening to Bob Dylans 'Stuck inside of Moblie'(With the memphis Blues Again)

In 1980 the postmodernist designer Ettore Sottsass gathered a group of like-minded designers. It was the birth of the Memphis Group. These are the fantastic interiors of two of those designers: George Sowden and Nathalie Du Pasquier.

In 1980 the postmodernist designer Ettore Sottsass gathered a group of like-minded designers. It was the birth of the Memphis Group. These are the fantastic interiors of two of those designers: George Sowden and Nathalie Du Pasquier.

See how a simple bookcase can get an impressive design look with the use of only one framed quirky print, some sophisticated accessories and a playful carpet. The colour combination is pretty awesome too.

See how a simple bookcase can get an impressive design look with the use of only one framed quirky print, some sophisticated accessories and a playful carpet. The colour combination is pretty awesome too.

Searching for more Memphis? Take a look at the designs by artist Camille Walala, whose works are influenced by Memphis and Pop Art. This coffee table and cushion are available at ariashop.co.

These cushions have been exclusively designed by Camille Walala for our London Design Festival collaboration WALALA IN DA HOUSE. With their bold, eye-catching graphics they’re perfect for adding a splash of unique Memphis-inspired colour to your living ar

Searching for more Memphis? Take a look at the designs by artist Camille Walala, whose works are influenced by Memphis and Pop Art. This coffee table and cushion are available at ariashop.co.

This Memphis-inspired coffee table with hidden confetti print has been hand made in London by artist Camille Walala and craftsman Dale Kirk for our London Design Festival 2015 collection WALALA IN DA HOUSE.

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