Monday, 1 December 2014 by Irene Hoofs
Another amazing label that recently exhibited at Maison & Objet fair 2014 is Harto Design. We admire this French furniture brand's aesthetics, with their clean lines and form along with the use of color in collaboration with the natural wood finishing. A great marriage between entrepreneurship and design, the are definitely a brand to watch.. can't wait to see what else they have up their sleeves.
Monday, 24 November 2014 by Irene Hoofs
These cute little house boxes are the latest product to join the Famille Summerbelle family. They come in 4 colours - black, blue, pink and mustard. Boy are they a great way to hide all the little knick knacks that we naturally have in our room, can't throw them away.. so these adorable houses are the perfect solution. Find a home for all of your items...
And not forgetting these amazing paper cut beauties..
.. Famille Summerbelle
Monday, 17 November 2014 by Irene Hoofs
Have you met the new kid on the block? OHMYHOME is a new Dutch interior label and we're pretty excited about their collection, especially their own line of hand-rolled ceramics made from natural mottled clay. So simple and so beautiful! Lovely pieces for the dining table. Or if you're more of a plant person, how about this planter? Yes, One for me please..
Monday, 10 November 2014 by Irene Hoofs
Launched by ceramicist and designer Trine Weng, Casalinga is a brand that spells simplicity, cleanness and vibrancy. Loving the apparent clash of contrasts in their hand-made porcelain collection of tableware, where nostalgia meets a modern Scandinavian design. If you haven't already know, Casalinga means "housewife" in Italian. You might not associate their modern and sleek design with it's name, but one thing's for sure... The pride they take in quality raw ingredients and their devotion in achieving the best possible result are definite qualities of a housewife. Truly a beauty, don't you agree?
Monday, 3 November 2014 by Irene Hoofs
A great example of materials working well together. These gorgeous pieces are by Bentu design. Loving the combination of wood and concrete, along with the simple and sleek design. A home run wouldn't you say?
Monday, 27 October 2014 by Irene Hoofs
Collaboration between jewelry design Emily Green and Melbourne-based designer Dale Hardiman, Up Up Light is a pendant light made up of stacked handmade polymer clay beads. If you are a fan of Emily's jewelry and want more, this is the perfect accessory for your home! Unfortunately due to the high demand for these beauties, you might have to wait awhile to get your hands on them since they are all handmade. Worth the wait though, don't you think?