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Monday Mix Up


I hope you all had a lovely weekend. I've got some great finds to share with you this week, so many in fact that today called for a Monday Mix Up post. 

First up is the French Marble Company Retegui who produce a range of exquisite marble furniture, shelving and tableware. Using 3D technology, the company's team of master craftsmen have developed techniques that combine marble with composite materials, enabling the stone to be considerably light, yet very strong. I'm in love with the tables and shelves that combine marble with pale oak.  

Furniture and homeware store Indie Home Collective has recently welcomed the range of Wonki Ware ceramics from South Africa. Founded by Di Marshall, the gorgeous pottery is created through a process that allows it to dry in its raw state before being finally formed and glazed by hand. I had the pleasure of seeing the collection in store recently, and the ceramics are even more beautiful in real life. Every piece is unique with a lovely tactile quality that makes you want to touch them. 

Styling: Claudia Kozub | Photo credit: Eva Kozub

If you're anything like me, the arrival of Autumn makes you crave beautiful aromas to warm the body and soul. Scent of Home is a range of fragrant candles from Melbourne.  Made from pure soy wax together with coconut and almond oil, the candles have been developed with the finest ingredients, to ensure each candle fragrance is beautiful down to the very last minute. All handmade from the signature curved glass to the pour of the wax, some of the delectable fragrances on offer at Indie Home Collective include Antique Gardenia, Cade Wood & Lavender, Danish Vanilla Bean, Botanical Anise, and Black Lily Flower. 

Styling: Claudia Kozub | Photo credit: Eva Kozub

Being that I'm a big fan of the Kubus range of Candleholders from Danish brand By Lassen, I was excited to discover that the iconic collection, designed in 1962 by architect Mogens Lassen, is now being introduced in copper. They have also introduced a new table to their collection, known as Twin. Featuring the signature cube shape of the Kubus range, the table has a unique flexibility thanks to a two-sided top. Used as a side table, bedside table, or grouped together to create a coffee table, the ability to change the top from black to copper and white to oak is genius! 

This renovated Oslo loft by London Studio Haptic caught my eye over the weekend, and you can see why. It features a unique staircase that connects living spaces on the lower floor with a mezzanine above, while creating a divide between the kitchen and lounge. I love the dark grey kitchen, pale wood accents and Scandinavian style. Find out more here.

Lastly, I want to share with you some fun new arrivals at Superette. First up the Treehorn Boards which are made from reclaimed, recycled or sustainably grown timber. Featuring a non-toxic paint-dipped end, I would happily choose from black, grey or white! For those who love colour, it also comes in bright green and yellow. New to the Superette Home collection is a set of gorgeous hand screen printed linen cushions, with a luxurious velvet backing. I've got my eye on the Peach Triangle and Spots

Launched in December 2013, and now available from Superette, Ziporah is the perfect way to inject a little colour into the home for winter with their designer luxury bath sheets and hand towels. The brainchild of three Melbourne friends, the beautiful  Ziporah towels are designed in Australia and made with with the highest quality and luxury materials from Portugal.

A pretty fab line up for Monday don't you think? Have a great day. x 

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