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Having started working on this post at the beginning of the week, I've been adding new finds each day as they land in my inbox, or catch my eye on the web. The result is a varied but exciting mix, perfect inspo (and perhaps some retail therapy) for the weekend ahead!

First up is the gorgeous new photographic art from Kristina Dam Studio, exclusively launched at THE POSTER CLUB. Following on form her stunning Botanic Collection from last year, the new series is called ‘Inside’, and consists of six new posters, created from pictures taken in a 24 room neo-baroque house in Copenhagen. Once again teaming up with talented Copenhagen-based photographer Tuala Hjarnø, Kristina says she searched a long time for the perfect house. "I hope and believe that the unique mood and many details will shine through and be well received". Looking at this beautiful imagery, I have no doubt they will. The soft palette and detailing of the rooms and windows is exquisite.

Photography by Tuala Hjarnø

Shop the collection here

Tine K Home has released their new Autumn/Winter 2015 Collection, MOON. Brimming with beautiful homewares, the styling never fails to inspire.

Images via Inredningshjälpen

See the full catalogue here.

Closer to home, I received news of an exciting collaboration between award winning chef Ben Bayly and renowned New Zealand potter Peter Collis. Combining their enormous talents, they have produced a beautiful range of artisan tableware. Handmade and used in both The Grove and Baduzzi restaurants where Bayly is executive chef, the range of white, blue and black stoneware has been featured on MasterChef which premiered this week, and will be sold in Stevens stores NZ-wide. 

Imagery courtesy of Pead PR

Artesania De Galicia is a beautiful new ceramics range available exclusively in NZ from Auckland store Tessuti. Not only are they functional, everyday pieces, they are artworks that have an incredible backstory. An autonomous region of north western Spain, Galicia has a long tradition of handmade crafts and a wide range of artisans still practising today. Theirs is an ancient history, and one that is steeped in the earth with the Druid religion still embraced widely in the area. This connection to the earth is reflected in the colours and textures seen in the wonderful ceramics from the region. Galician handmade ceramics are produced by co-ops of women of the area and each piece is signed by the maker.

Images courtesy of Tessuti

The collection is available to purchase online and at the Herne Bay store

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  1. These images are absolutely beautiful! I'm in love with the first image!! :) xx



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