08.03.2019

New Things


Aussie homeware brand Sage x Clare have recently launched their newest collection, Terra, and it’s more of the same 70’s-feel-good feels and colour folk party. Wishlisted piece: this rainbow bath mat.
See the whole Terra collection here.

Spotted and loved the work of Turkish potter Zehra Balci (@maitoinenhome) – especially her latte-glass style ceramic coffee cups. Buy online here.

 A new outpost for Melbourne Gelateria Piccolina. The St.Kilda space was designed again by Hecker Guthrie.

Elton side table by new #WCE Sarah Ellison

These incredible images are actually huge photographic prints by Australian photographer Stuart Cantor. They come in various XXL sizes (up to almost 2 metres wide!) framed or unframed. I’d pick a print from Stuart’s newest Amalfi Forever series – capturing the iconic beach clubs of the Amalfi Coast – for my wall, but his Venice series is also incredible.

 
 

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08.02.2019

Feb Wishlist


 

Half Moon Ceramic Tray by Rachel Saunders, from Fourth St
Blush Glass Jug (vintage) from Fourth St
Storm & India Detox Evening Tea from Tessuti
Best Basics – Oversized Tee in Cocoa (also comes in Olive and Ochre) by Alex & Corban
Bonin Pink Sand sunglasses from Wild Wagon
Soft Lines print by The Poster Club, from Paper Plane
Father Rabbit sofa blanket – reversible, olive and charcoal stripe

 
 
 

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12.09.2018

September Wishlist


 

Wishlisting shades from nature – olive green, clay, sand, and sunshine…
(Everything here from NZ designers or NZ stores)

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Ceramic reusable coffee cup in Saltbush
(dig this greenish grey) from Sunday Homestore

Handwoven linen throw in the yummiest olive tone with subtle grid, from Citta Design

Brass Crescent Moon from NZ brand The Dust Co – for a little golden moon magic at your place

Every. Single. Thing. from the S/S18-19 Collection from Shjark.
Pictured is my fave piece, the Fabian Top in Jute.

Pebble earrings (handmade from clay and brass) from NZ maker Along Came Wolfe.
Everything she puts up sells out within a day – so I’m hanging out for her next drop.

For sunnier weekends where you don’t get dressed till lunchtime – Stripe linen lounge robe from Boheme Home

Ceramic Colander for Spring salads – a new part of the JS Ceramics Mist Collection from Paper Plane

Baggu Cloud Bag in Ochre from Alex & Corban

Renee Boyd Olive Green Ring Bowl from Sunday Homestore

 

31.08.2018

New Things


From the holy. freakin. incredible. files – the new Paramount House Hotel in Sydney. An old Paramount Pictures building (and film storage warehouse), transformed into a small design-lead hotel. The visionary founders (who are also behind some of Sydney’s best cafes) tasked Breathe Architecture with turning the old industrial space into 29 guest suites.

The hotel lobby – a light-filled atrium – was once a film storage vault (Spot the tap there? That’s for your welcome drink)


Real linen by Cultiver for an at-home feel

Sofas by Jardan

A beautiful mix of materials: Japanese-style timber baths alongside terrazzo tiles, brass tapware,
thick linen shower curtains and steel-framed glass walls. 

The Loft rooms have their bedroom on a mezzanine level

Love the hotel robes (the pink type on the back says HOUSE) . Toiletries are by Aesop.

As if the interior design weren’t enough to convince you to stay, there’s a green grocer, coffee house, arthouse cinema and more on site, incense available at the front desk, mini bars stocked with Australian-made Negroni cocktails and local cheeses, and if you don’t want to be disturbed, you put a sign on your door that states: “This Is How We Chill From ’93 Till…” Um, it’s like they made this place for meBook a stay at Paramount House Hotel here, and definitely follow the hotel on Insta. On my travel wishlist now for sure.

I want one of these Steele canvas baskets from Mur.

Lenny cafe in Melbourne, designed by Golden (interior design duo Kylie Dorotic and Alicia McKimm).
Extra appreciation for the hand-painted artwork that runs down the length of the space.

Um ok, I lOvEeeee this little step stool from Murmull

Ro Skin store and treatment rooms – places like this can take all my money. That wall shelving system with its rattan panels is especially beautiful.

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