The House of Things brings fantastical mystery to their latest collection inspired by the iconic Cirque du Soleil

The theatrical wonder, Cirque du Soleil (Circus of the Sun) inspires creativity and provokes fancy. Embark upon a whimsical journey inspired by the renowned circus group in The House Of Things’s(THOT) newest home collection. THOT is a curated online destination to discover and shop for luxury interior products. The theme’s aim is to invoke the imagination, provoke the senses and evoke emotions, with the brand’s home décor pieces acting as gateways to an enigmatic wonderland.

For The House Of Things, Cirque du Soleil is a whimsical aesthetic with a cheeky side that channels the joy of the carnival experience through a playful atmosphere — a modern reinterpretation of the surreal undertones within Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland.

Sophisticated and playful, the mystery of the circus in home décor encompasses vintage wooden elements, gorgeous thick stripes, rope accents, animalia details — but in a way suited to the modern way of life. The collection’s circus-inspired funky prints in a cornucopia of colours channel the Cirque Du Soleil experience.

The Cirque Art Cabinet and Morpho Art Cabinet, for instance, are statement-making furniture pieces made to invoke, provoke, and evoke. To complement them and add a dramatic touch to your interiors is the Adonis Armchair in a tufted upholstery paired with a curved back.

The rustic and unglazed terracotta Gala Vases offer an artfully modern take on the classic vase, and come in unique hues. Also forming part of the collection, and showcasing a rich, jewel-toned upholstery from the House of Sabyasachi as a tribute to the culture of India, is the Dakshina Upholstered Sofa.

Whether you decide to run vibrantly patterned wallpapers and prints in unusual ways across walls and furniture, go wild and pair spots and geometrics for a novel approach to décor or even throw in some animal magic for good measure, incorporating the Cirque trend in your existing decor is easy.

Astha Khetan, Founder of The House of Things says, “With our whimsical Cirque de Soleil edit comes the chance to discover the madness of this renowned theatre group, featuring quirky art furniture, décor pieces, cheeky prints and eccentric accessories to tie the look.”

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