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7.04.2014

After the sellout success of their first Signature candle (Wild Gingerlily) last summer,  Superette have once again collaborated with local scent makers Ashley & Co to produce round two. The ultimate winter companion, it combines the rich fragrance of the Fig, a Superette favourite (that also happens to be one of mine) and undertones of the rare black gardenia flower. Having had the pleasure of sampling the luxurious new candle, I'm here to tell you it is divine! Ideal for these chilly nights we've been experiencing, I was happy to see some sunshine today so I could take some photos to show you. 

Not only does the 100% natural, hand poured candle smell heavenly, it looks beautiful. The packaging and coloured glass fits in perfectly with a warm winter palette. Available to buy online and in store, get in quick!

You can never have too many throws or blankets in winter. Our new Circle Grid Blanket from Forestry & Milo and Mitzy is proving to be a firm favourite with the whole family  right now! So cosy and warm, it looks stunning draped over the sofa, bed or chair. Having introduced you to Forestry in this post, they recently got in touch to let me know of their gorgeous new collection, which you can purchase along with the Circle Grid blanket here, with free worldwide shipping. For local stockists, take a look here.   

If you follow me on Instagram you would've seen that my office has had (another!) reshuffle. While the boys were at the zoo with their aunt and uncle last Sunday I did some decluttering i.e getting rid of the paper piles, and some rearranging to make way for my beautiful new print by Nynne Rosenvinge. Part of her just-released collection The Double Edition, which I featured here, it cleverly comprises of two prints, one on each side. Yellow is such a happy colour, and the subtle shade is perfect for a calm working environment. What's more, when I feel like a change, which as you know happens frequently, I can flip it over to the other side. Brilliant!

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27 comments:

  1. Hi Michelle, can I please ask where your coffee table, shelving and desk (in your office) are from? Lovely pieces :) Thanks, Michele

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    1. Thanks Michele! The coffee table is from Freedom Furniture: http://www.freedomfurniture.co.nz/furniture/living/coffee-tables/23277953/stockholm-coffee-table-oakwhite/
      The office shelves are from Bunnings (NZ) and the brackets from Ikea. The desk is from Trestle Union:
      http://www.trestleunion.co.nz
      x Michelle

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  2. gorgeous things, have to get the candle and several other pieces!

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  3. such a lovely collection! maybe there is missing a little illustration made by me ;-)
    www.marenkruth.com
    kind regards from germany,
    maren

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  4. Hi Michelle,
    I adore the style in your home!
    Do you mind sharing where you got the copper hexagonal ornament on your coffee table? Is it a candle holder?
    Thanks,
    Belinda.

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    1. Thanks Belinda! Yes, it's the Tom Dixon Etch Candleholder in copper. It also comes in brass and silver. I got mine from ECC here in Auckland. Here's the link:
      http://ecc.co.nz/store/furniture/indoor/accessories/etch-candleholder
      x Michelle

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    2. Thanks Michelle, I will try and source on in Australia as that's where I am from. It's beautiful and I love the copper xx

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    3. If you find it in Australia, I would love to know too! x

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    4. I found it! http://www.fromtheowl.com/shop/item/tom-dixon-etched-candle-holder-copper x

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  5. Thanks Michelle. Have just seen this. gorgeous as always. x

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  6. Love your office set up, can I ask, did you make the legs for the office table, or did you buy them ?

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    1. Thanks Samantha. The Trestle table and legs are both from Trestle Union: http://www.trestleunion.co.nz x

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  7. Everything in the above images are perfection! That is a great couch!

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  8. Do you mind if I ask where the geometric/linear looking typeface print came from in the first photo? I saw it online once and have been trying to find a source because I thought it was so interesting looking!

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    1. Do you mean the alphabet one? It is by RK Design and it is available from Society6:
      http://society6.com/product/graphic-alphabets_print#1=2 x

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  9. Do you know the sizes of the frames in the first picture ?

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    1. I used a mix of sizes. As a guide, the alphabet is 50cm x 70cm. I hope that helps! x

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  10. Hi , Do you know the sizes of the frames in the first picture ?

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  11. Hi,

    Did you also get the x print from society6? If so, do you have the link? I've been looking for one everywhere!

    Thanks!

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    1. Hi Erin, The X artwork is a limited edition wool stitched on to canvas by NZ Textile artist Jane Denton. Here is the link:
      http://www.janedenton.co.nz/products/x

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  12. Its such a lovely display, can I ask where did you get the sofa from please. Thanks!

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    1. Thanks Samara! It's from Freedom Furniture (NZ). x

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