This week’s favourite is a strapping 1950s safari chair by Erik Worts. We love the dynamic combination of the dark leather against the deep rosewood framework, and the subtle details that really make this piece stand out are the brass buckles and the curvature in the feet. We couldn’t love this chair more.
This Week's favourite is the wonderful work by artist and photographer, Cy Decosse. First inspired in Florence, he has gone on to produce beautiful imagery using a combination of methods and techniques that capture fruit, vegetables and flowers from markets. We love the deep tones and layers within the photographs.
This week's favourite is the transformation of a French wax factory by Isabel Lopex-Quesada in 2010. The factory was turned in to a commercial and residential compound, dressed with an eclectic selection of vintage items that hold many stories and sit so well together to create a warm and inviting interior.
This week's favourite is the Carl Aubock Brass & Wicker Drinks Carrier. The Viennese artist and designer has used brass and wicker to create this beautiful piece. Aubock is particularly known for his table top creations, this one in particular we would love to see in a space.
This week we have been lucky enough to come across the beautiful series of images taken by photographer Rudi Sebastian of Lençois Maranhenses National Park. We love the array of natural colours within the landscapes that create different depths and mixes of textures.
We are really excited by this week's post, The Farm House, a boutique hotel in Ibiza, where soft tones and textures create a luxury and relaxing environment. The burnt woods, natural stones and slate are all eclectic materials we love working with.
This weeks favourite is a vintage brass table lamp designed by Koch & Lowy around the 1960's. The American lighting company was founded in 1946 by Ernst Lowy. We love the curved brass details of the base that support the simple yet stylish shade. A key component to a beautiful interior.
Nothing compares to the quality and character found in hand crafted objects and this week we were lucky enough to stumble across Artisans Max Bainbridge and Abigail Booth from Forest + Found. Founded in 2014, they use traditional methods to create sculptural wooden objects and large textile pieces which are inspired by the landscape and endeavour to tell a story. The perfect accessory to an interior.
This week’s favourite is the Brisbane home, a three bedroom cottage originally built in 1900 and adapted by the owner in recent years. This interior is one that we can relate to with its layering of material textures, neutral palette and vintage collection of objects. We love the characterful accessories in this bright and interesting interior.