And for those of you who really love the geometric trend and are willing to go all out, this pinspiration collection is for you!
Check out these amazing examples of incorporating geometrics into your interior. Whether it be the permanence of tiles or semi-permanence of paint, all of these rooms are a dramatic, yet alluring, example of how cool geo can be.
Would you be brave enough to replicate something like this in your home?
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I am not afraid to share that I have a total ceramics crush on The Mod Collective!
The whole collection is available in this amazing range of fun colours and a huge array of edgy finishes. The unique surface patterns are created through a mix of design software, 3D printing and then the final pieces are cast, by hand, in Valissa’s Melbourne studio. The result is these beautifully detailed objects that range from serving ware through to light pendants.
I adore the complete range but I think the light pendants are simply spectacular! The textured surface is emphasised so beautifully as the light rays shine through the porcelain. These are really a special creation, don’t you agree?
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
The Eva Solo Showcase, designed by Claus Jensen and Henrik Holbaek, is a beautiful design which allows you to display precious items in the protection of a glass dome.
I love this concept because it is a piece that can be constantly changed and updated to create a stunning visual display in your home. You can theme the contents to match your decor, to celebrate important events, special holidays or just to house those delicate keepsakes.
Both my children are young and whenever we go for walks together they love to find interesting things that they gift to me. Wouldn’t they get the biggest kick out of seeing these precious treasures displayed with pride in the Eva Solo Showcase. Because sometimes the most precious gifts are those without a price tag!
Australian residents can start their collection by contacting Top3 by Design. (Same day delivery is available for many Sydney Postcodes!)