Geometric patterns are still a huge trend at the moment with hundreds of beautiful faceted designs on the market.
This week I share with you a few pieces that I think are the pick of the crop, easy to work into your home as individual pieces, without the need to totally overhaul your style.
Hope you like my selection!
1. Timber & Ore Bar Stool by Woodsmithe
2. Wooden Geometric Vase by Urban Analog
3. Brass Himmeli Hanging Planter by HRUSKAA
4. Geo Birdhouse by Kelly Lamb
5. Kaleido Trays by Hay / available in Australia through Corporate Culture
6. Toshi cabinets by Lucanichetto / Casamania
7. Geogami Quilt Cover by Snurk / available in Australia through Top3 by Design
Inspired by this weeks The Hermitage, I thought a wee bit of pinspiration was in order to end the week!
I have selected some gorgeous images that really display the variety of ways wood can be used in the home, and the various effects it can create. See how the natural colours and textures of wood can add warmth and interest to your home. From Scandi to Rustic, I think I have covered all tastes and styles!
Herringbone parquetry is still my number one obsession… what style do you love the best?
All images via
One of the most beautiful materials to use for furniture and homewares is wood.
Wood comes in so many varieties which allows this massive variation in colour, grain and texture. The natural beauty of wood can be showcased by using many different techniques, the sculptural possibilities are endless and the results can be simply stunning.
Below are some amazing pieces that I think celebrate wood in all it’s glory, th result is items that are beautiful and timeless.
1. Oak Pendant Light by Ross Gardam
2. Birch Sake Pot by Kota Fukunaga / Mjolk (Wine Cooler also available)
3. Petrified Wood Trivet by Anthropologie
4. Snake Wardrobe by Fuers Heim
5. Wooden Hammock by Adam Cornish
6. Homestead Candlesticks by Ladies & Gentlemen / available in Australia through Douglas and Bec
7. Mk2 Wood iPad cover by Miniot
One thing that instantly makes everyone think ‘seaside’ is shells! I’m pretty sure each and everyone one of us has collected shells along the beach shore in a classic cliché style.
I actually adore shells. I love all the intricate details, shapes and colours that they come in and could happily forage for hours looking for different specimens. Using shells in your decor has always been a staple in nautical interiors but recently I have noticed a resurgence in the popularity of shell lights.
After a little web trawling I was pleasantly surprised at the variety available on the market, something to suit most tastes and styles! So banish your thoughts of those 70s frames and small ornaments covered with a glued layer of shells (remember those?!!) and embrace the new era of shell decor.
all images via
Welcome to Easter Week on Hermit Homewares!
I just love Easter time, mainly because I am a self-confessed chocoholic! But it is easy to OD on all those chocolate treats, so this week I have tried to find some other great options for Easter gifts. First up is a selection of homewares that feature the cross symbol.
This pattern is a really hot trend at the moment and can be found is so many colours on a vast array of different homewares, below are some of my favourite pieces, hope you love them too!
1. Addition Rug by Armadillo & Co
2. Cross Knitted Jacquard Bean Bag by La De Dah Kids
3. Britta Ceramic Trivet by Country Road
4. Save Me Pillows by Non-Perishable Goods
5. Rainy Day Umbrella Stand by De Padova
6. Cross Blanket by Pia Wallen / Mjolk