Don’t let the January blues get the best of you. We’ve got the perfect antidote, with our handpicked selection of designer furniture and home accessories. Peruse our latest additions below and make your home so beautiful you’ll never want to leave it.
Mambo Unlimited Idea’s State chair collection is a stylish example of mid-century sophistication. Expertly crafted with black lacquered metal feet and a light blue seat with exquisite black piping.
State bar stool
East Meets West
Inject a punch of colour into your home with this floral digitally printed tufted polyamide rug with action back (so it won’t slide!).
Save Empress Wu rug by Jacky Tsai for Mineheart
Originally designed in 1972 by Ettore Sottsass, and now brought to life once again by Jaime Hayon for BD Barcelona. The Mettsass dining table boasts an origami sculpture-like-aesthetic to die for! And a deeply saturated red lacquered metal structure.
If you read our piece on Oyuna a few months back, you know that their attention and care taken in harvesting the softest quality cashmere from Mongolia is second to none. We keep adding more of their collection, this time with a neutral palette collection including, Ivory, Melange Taupe and Soft Grey.
We’re huge fans of Mineheart, and this piece is yet another successful collaboration with Jacky Tsai. He brings his far east aesthetic to create this unique sideboard with a digitally printed skull on walnut veneer. It features push to open doors and one shelf with a central divider.
Gambling Skull sideboard
Birds of Paradise
Winter does not have to be all gloom and doom, especially when you can add a bright injection of colour with these super soft silk twill Flamingo cushions by Bivain.
Ideal for any contemporary design lovers, the Fold table light by Established & Sons is made from laser-cut sheet metal that has been expertly folded multiple times. Available in two sizes and two colour finishes.
Things are not always what they seem. In these pieces specialist paint is applied to the silk canvas that can be mistaken for traditional paint. However, upon closer inspection you’ll discover delicate embroidery throughout these works of art.