Posts Tagged ‘Furniture’

New Nordic ‘Adaptable’

Last week during my preview travels in London I mentioned brilliant Scandinavian company Muuto. Not being able to bring their newest product over for the launch, they sent over some sublime images. Their very first foray into furniture design begins this November with the new series of ‘Adaptable’ dining tables. Designed by the award-winning architecture […] Read more…

Desk-bound

If I must be chained to my desk then please let it be these mind-numbingly beautiful new works of art by Ligne Roset. I know – i’ll chain myself to all three, maybe the store staff will grow to accept and love me… The Villa Rose [above] by Francois Azambour is a desk of clean, […] Read more…

Like bookends

I really like these smart but pretty book storage solutions by Graham and Green. The Soapstone Book-ends are priced at £16.95 for the small and £24.95 for the large. Baroque Bookshelves are sold as £42 for a small and, £75 for the large. I’d quite like one small  solitary shelf fitted somewhere at a lower […] Read more…

A Seating Situation

You know what? I kind of like Sofa Workshop… Usually the thought of sofa companies horrify me, sofa shopping itself horrifies me. I’d rather have a nice and well curated selection of seating to pick from [Ikea, Habitat, even Dwell], rather than a warehouse style shop full of poofy, mis-shapen, patterned horrors [shivers]. Sofa Workshop […] Read more…

Pinch

Just wanted to end the day with some peaceful images from British furniture company Pinch Design of their beautiful furniture in just as beautiful interiors. See you tomorrow! Read more…

I want…

…all of these products by stunning brand Hundreds Tens Units. Hundreds Tens Units was established in 2008, in order to design and manufacture simple, beautiful and useful products utilising local resources and expertise. They are doing just that with these practical yet striking designs. I especially like these sweet plastic vessels made for mass production. […] Read more…

Doshi Levien

London based duo Nipa Doshi and Jonathan Levien have some amazing pieces in their portfolio. Nipa and Jonathan bring together two distinct and complementary approaches to their work. While Nipa’s work is strongly influenced by Indian visual and material culture, Jonathan’s approach is rooted in design for industrial production. Together, their work celebrates the cultural […] Read more…

Shelf Life

It’s always great to re-discover a designer you were once very familiar with. Susan Bradley is one of the national treasures in the design world. She rose to fame with her insanely original Outdoor Wallpaper back in 2005 when she began being featured in every interior publication worth mentioning around the world. Her just as […] Read more…

Dreamy

Good-morning all. I greet you sleepily this October day… how dreamy is this image from whimsical French furniture company Ibride, showing off their popular ostrich console table? I am SO excited today about our day with the Luna and Curious girls, they have blown me away with images of their exquisite boutique in the East […] Read more…

Seating for Eating

As usual Studio Ilse launched a nothing short of remarkable furniture collection, at this years London Design Festival. The ‘Seating for Eating’ range was inspired by vernacular English seating and consists of solid chestnut settles, benches and stools. The graceful settles are high backed for comfort and privacy, without being closed off from the room. […] Read more…

The colour Ochre

Goodmorning! I wanted to start the day talking about one of my favourite Design companies Ochre [i even love that colour and the way its letters look together] who revealed their new collection at 100% Design last month. Ochre has been a company that never disappoints me with its emotive designs inspired by the elements. […] Read more…

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