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Monday Mix Up


It's been a while, but today's line up definitely called for a Monday Mix Up post. Interior design, styling, homewares, furniture  - even some for your precious bébé - this is how I like to kick off the week!

I got a little lost in these dreamy images when I first spotted them over on Est. A Victorian terrace in Melbourne's South Yarra, it has recently undergone the first of a two stage renovation by designer Fiona Lynch, whose work I have been admiring for some time. The living space has been transformed into a peaceful escape with custom designed cabinetry and new furniture, a beautifully soft colour palette and sheer curtains. 

Photography by Brooke Holm and Styling by Marsha Golemac

Images via Est
Following on from this post, Danish brand by Lassen are launching more products for 2015. A twist on the traditional peg, Stropp is a new hanger that beautifully demonstrates Scandinavian simplicity and quality. Combining leather (black, brown and natural) with metals (black, copper or brass) in differing variations, when it comes to using the Stropp, the only limit is your imagination. Use for tea towels in the kitchen, bags and shoes in the hall, or magazines and newspapers in your office or reading nook. 

In response to huge interest in the View Collectionby Lassen have introduced the View Mirror in copper. Beautifully minimalist, the design of this mirror gives the impression that it 'floats' from its place on the wall. Suited to any room or area of the home, I love using mirrors in interiors to make a space appear bigger and to create atmosphere. Joining the black and white View Mirrors, the new copper matches the iconic Kubus collection and Twin side table. Showing once again that the strong metallic accents we have been seeing in interior design over the last couple of years are here to stay! 

Images courtesy of by Lassen

The Stropp, Copper View, Saxe folding chair (from my last post) and The Tired Man chair (shown above) will be in stores from April. 

The stunning Toward sofa by Danish designer Anne Boysen for Erik Jørgensen features a clever design and lovely aesthetic. Its versatility which thanks to moveable armrests means it can be arranged as a chaise lounge, an armchair or for two people to sit facing one another! Available in several colourways, I love the GreyThe Pink Lady and Balanced Blue

Earlier this year I introduced you to Incy Interiors, the Australian designer furniture company. Specialising in beautiful pieces for children and babies, they have just launched Teeny, a range of Nordic inspired Cots and Change Tables. Offering a veritable haven of Scandinavian cool, the new pieces capture the principles of simplicity, minimalism and functionality, while at the same time radiating warmth and modern-day charm. Made from New Zealand pine, they are available in two neutral colour palettes, dove grey and crisp white, and are designed to stand the test of time. 

Images courtesy of Incy Interiors 

Featuring rounded corners and sturdy, removable sculptured side rails, I love that Teeny cots can be transformed into a ‘big bed’ as baby grows. Like wise, the Teeny change table, which has three shelves below the change table surface, can be converted into a bookcase. Visit Incy Interiors to shop online or find your nearest stockist. 

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