28.11.2019

Fragment


New from leading NZ designer Simon James, the Fragment collection, which draws its inspiration from modernist architecture. I love Simon’s balance of simplicity and strength – the lines are so heavy, yet the final form is clean, and warm thanks to that solid oak. Also love how the tabletops appear to cantilever from certain angles…

The Fragment collection is also available in Smoked Oak and Black Oak. 


One day, one day, I’ll have this table as my studio desk. *makes a wish*
Also in the Fragment family, the Fragment Coffee Table

There’s that yummy cantilever again…

27.11.2019

Arc de Triomphe


 

New from Citta and 100% on my wishlist, the Arc Bed. The beauty about this beauty is that you can purchase the entire bed, or just one of the two separate components – the Arc BedHead, designed to fit onto your existing bed, or the Arc Bed Base.  I mean, look at the base… HELLO leg detail:

 

 

Also, don’t think I didn’t see you, bedside lights. Love the simple dome shape of the Moon Table Lamps (there’s also a Moon Floor Lamp version, and both come in almond pink, white, charcoal or mint.)

 

 

SUNDAY-online-homeware-store

12.09.2019

Atlas


Same but different – the Atlas tabletop swivels to re-position

New from New Zealand designer Nathan Goldsworthy, the Atlas Table. Crafted from solid blocks of Oak (on the base), with a disc top shaped from New Zealand Rimu – love the use of two different timbers. The top swivels and moves so it can be positioned perfectly. I’ve also spied a taller, smaller sidetable Atlas on the Goldsworthy Studio Instagram, hoping Nathan releases that soon too.

09.09.2019

Line Duo


New from our faves at Douglas and Bec – and straight to the top of my personal wishlist – the Line Duo Table Lamp. Refined yet playful, it’s also large enough (30cm wide and 62cm tall) to make a sculptural statement in any space. The bulbs are hand-blown glass, and come in your choice of white, camel, blush pink or midnight (the deep sea green above).

As with everything Douglas and Bec, this piece was designed by Bec Snelling and her vision is then given life by Bec’s dad, master craftsman Douglas Snelling, and their small team of collaborators.

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