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Monday Mix Up | Currently Loving

8.26.2013

As my obsession with candleholders continues - see Interior Styling | Candleholders - I seem to be noticing the stunning Kubus By Lassen range everywhere. That's often the way isn't it? You have something on your mind and then it keeps jumping out at you!


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I was thrilled to discover that Sydney-based online store Inadesignerhome are now selling the range thanks to their partnership with Fred International, an importer of Scandinavian Furniture and Lighting. The great thing about IDH, who I first featured in this post, is that they ship to NZ. Hooray! To see the range, including the Kubus Bowls which are also amazing, take a look here.


I've been casually looking around for a new wooden chopping board lately, but haven't found the right one one yet. Well at least one that fits into my budget. The Tom Dixon Eclectic Chop range of boards from Simon James are stunning, but I'll have to save my pennies first! I also love the look of rustic French-style boards.


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I got a gorgeous Cloud Chopping Board from Father Rabbit, and I'm now wanting a new hard-wearing board (or two) for everyday use. I'll keep searching locally, but in the meantime I've been swooning over these.


Designed by Sarah Sherman Samuel of Smitten Studio fame, these range of boards are part of her gorgeous new brand A Sunny Afternoon Co. Hand crafted by herself or her father, and designed for cutting, serving and display, the Walnut Arrow Boards look amazing with white and marble.


Unique with a modern edge, I love the shape of these boards, especially The Board with Handles Range
  

I'd also love a few of the Hexagon Walnut Serving Boards. 


Too pretty to keep in the kitchen, these next cutting boards are hand made exclusively for More & Co. by North By East Building Co. Carved from beautiful woods and shaped into a clean, minimal design they stand up to chopping but are also designed to be used when sharing snacks and drinks with friends. 


Before I go, I'm delighted to announce the winner of the Izzy and Jean Co. Giveaway. Congratulations Julia Macfarlane, and thanks to everyone who entered and of course Izzy and Jean Co. for their generosity. 

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8 comments:

  1. The chop board is so pretty!I am diy person and I would love to give a try to this one.Thanks for inspiration!

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  2. Awesome wooden works looks great. And simply nice. And the picturization is nice.

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  3. Loving the copper candleholder in pic 2. Homebase Collections have a cool rustic chopping board - I've been meaning to buy one, must get on to that. x

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  4. I really liked it as the artwork done here is marvelous. I would love to have a couple of these at my home.

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  5. I love the chopping boards. All of them are so cool, that i wouldn't use them for cutting just to keep them shiny :D

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  6. These wallnut serving boards are so nice. It's a pity that you no longer can buy them on Sunday Afternoon website.

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  7. Pretty nice rustic French-style boards, where to find them?

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  8. Awesome rustic boards, I love the old one. I bookmarked your blog. Thanks

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