Sumptuous velvets in deep, intense jewel hues sit in stark contrast to glossy table tops and metallic, geometric shapes.
Alexis Snell's 'How the Leopard got his Spots' velvet cushion was featured by the Evening Standard as one of the most popular interiors trends of 2018.
Our 'How the Leopard got his Spots' cushion by Alexis Snell was featured in The Evening Standard in their 'Leopards off the Catwalk' article.
We were thrilled that Alexis Snell's 'How the Leopard got his Spots' velvet was featured in Living Etc Magazine's 7 Must-Sees at Decorex 2018.
We were delighted that Alexis Snell's 'How the Leopard got his Spots' Velvet was featured in Homes and Gardens' 50 Highlights of London Design Festival.
We were thrilled to be featured in July's issue of Period Living magazine...
Nicola Broughton 'The Girl with the Green Sofa' is a renowned instagrammer and blogger who has been featured in the Sunday Times, Casa Vogue and Essential Kitchen Bathroom Bedroom magazine. Here in her Business Spotlight she interviews Charlotte Raffo about the inspiration behind The Monkey Puzzle Tree.
Alexis Snell first worked with The Monkey Puzzle Tree on their logo design. Just recently she has collaborated with the company again to create this beautiful pattern entitled 'How the Leopard got his Spots',
Fabrics from her recently launched business are also evident. Charlotte has a degree in colour chemistry and was a textile buyer before setting up her online store the Monkey Puzzle Tree. It helps artists translate their work on to fabric and the resulting range has been a big hit with those who are looking for interesting alternatives to mass-produced material. She is about to include wallpaper in the collection.