As the name suggests, we're fans of playful design: whether it's experimenting with unexpected colour combinations or using materials in new and interesting ways. We've gathered a few of our favourite re-interpretations of classic designs below - enjoy!
What looks like a wood-panelled wall is actually made of foam. 'Perfecto' wall covering is created by laying jersey over foam, which is then thermo-formed with a mould, creating a soft, spongey texture. We love the playful reversal of hard and soft materials.
Elitis Perfecto Wallcovering, www.elitis.fr
An irreverent re-imagining of the traditionally twee Toile de Jouy, only on closer inspection does the not-so-pastoral scene present itself...
Timorous Beasties Toile, www.timorousbeasties.com
The Picadilly Cabinet presents the meeting of pixellated modernity and tradition in a playful way (whether you like the look of it or not!). Aptly named after Picadilly Circus.
Boca do Lobo Picadilly Cabinet, www.bocadolobo.com