Posts Tagged ‘Furniture’

Superfolk

I love the fresh and simple style of Irish design studio Superfolk based in Dublin. The studio’s products are a tribute to their country and reference a way of life rooted in the land, its animals and its weather whilst also striving to emulate the sensitivity and sustainability of the vernacular approach. The studio is […] Read more…

Restyled

We’ve featured the small jewels and treasures of All The Luck in the World before here on the The Beat That My Heart Skipped and since then Jane Schouten, creator and curator has gone on to create more objects in the form of ‘restyled’ homewares. She takes vintage and found furniture and breathes new life […] Read more…

Flint

I’m loving these nature inspired oak veneered and stone slab ‘Flint’ units from Habitat – I’m so excited by the presence of the smooth stone panels in these products – so luxurious and original for a high street brand! Read more…

New Wishbones

Ohhh, these new colourways of the famous Wishbone chairs revealed in Milan this year are even better than the last! I love these luscious Farrow and Ball-esque colours in bright citrus, moss green, mint and pearly white which will be available at The Lollipop Shoppe. The final range of colours in this series will be […] Read more…

A New Lollipop Shoppe

It’s so great to see one of our favourite interior shops hit London! Brighton based contemporary lifestyle retailer The Lollipop Shoppe launches a new branch this month in Old Spitalfields market in the East End of London. Designed by leading architects Found Associates, the store is spread over two stories and has been stripped back […] Read more…

Pivot

These ‘pivot’ standing wall cabinets by young Israeli designer Shay Alkalay were launched by Dutch brand Arco at the IMM Cologne furniture fair earlier this year. There is pure genius in it’s simplicity – the unit rests against the wall and features drawers that pivot open rather than sliding. Unlike usual cabinets, these drawers can […] Read more…

Carpetry

Lee Broom, famed for his unique neon lit and light studded furniture, has returned with a new collection, again turning pre-conceived notions of interior furnishings on their head. ‘Carpetry’ is part of his ‘Heritage Boy’ range which transfers materials found in flooring onto furniture items. Carpetry features, immense sideboards, console tables and lightshades all embellished […] Read more…

In Conversation With… Kate Mooney

My name’s Kate Mooney and I’m the founder of interior design practice Occa Home, the online home-wares boutique. Interiors run in my family and my career began working on domestic architecture and interiors in the late eighties in my family’s business. After six years on this I moved into the hospitality sector with Occa Design […] Read more…

High street hit!

More breezy Spring seating – have you seen this unusual contemporary lace print Gatsby armchair from John Lewis? It reminds me of a high street version of something Marcel Wanders might create… Read more…

Fermob

Since in my opinion Spring has officially sprung [I’m not taking no for an answer] and I’ve been working on some summer issues lately, I thought I’d share a gorgeous new find with you that is sure to make your spring a brighter one. We’re all familiar with the iconic folding bistro and cafe chairs […] Read more…

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