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Resident GP


Online store Resident GP has recently reached the one year mark, giving hard-working and talented owners Gabi Sidhu and Pawel Gaca much reason to celebrate. Since opening their virtual doors in March 2014, they have relaunched with a beautiful new website and branding, been featured in top publications such as The Design Files, Inside Out and fête magazine (to name just a few), and have just hired their first employee! 

Based in Melbourne, the couple have varied backgrounds - Pawel is an engineer and Gabi studied architecture and has worked in the interiors industry - but they share an intense love of design that drives them to seek out products from all over the globe. Their carefully curated selection of homewares include those from iconic and well-known designers, as well as brands that have never been seen in Australia before. Showcasing a few of their latest arrivals with some at-home styling, I hope you love these gorgeous products as much as I do!  

You may recognise the Felt Storage Baskets by Loop Design from my recent post on Small Storage Ideas. The unique shape and clever design which allows for the basket to be folded flat for easy storage really appealed to me. Strong enough to carry my magazines, they can be used for any number of things, such as toys or office papers. I also love the wooden handles, which make it easy to transport from room to room. I chose the Large basket with Natural Handles but it also comes in a smaller size, with a choice of handle colours including light blue, peach and black. Resident GP are also stocking the Loop Design Wall Hooks that I featured in that same post. See the full range here

Another one of their gorgeous new brands is NUR, which will most certainly appeal to all lovers of Nordic Design. Designer Maja Bøgh Vindbjerg takes an honest, simple and minimalist approach to design, with products that are both elegant and timeless. A joy to style, the black Pipeline Candlestick, which also comes in white and petrol blue not only looks great from any angle, it also works as a vase, as shown below. 

The Nur Trays, which you will be able to spot on the String Shelf above and in each of the photos below, are also proving to be amazingly versatile. Made from powder coated steel, they work beautifully in any room, displaying decorative items, jewellery, beauty products, office supplies or kitchen products. The options are endless! Available in four sizes in the black and white, or large in grey, they look great on their own or stacked in contrasting colours. I highly recommend getting more than one! 

Because I love pairing copper with monochrome and marble, I had no trouble working the beautifully understated Lysestage Candle Holder into both my String shelf and kitchen styling. Created by Nicholas Oldroyd Design, an up-coming design studio based in Denmark, I love that the emphasis is on high quality materials, craftsmanship and the aesthetics of simple design. Also available in brass, steel and black, shop the full range here

Styling and Photography by Michelle Halford for TDC

Resident GP have some great shipping offers, including free shipping on all orders over $100 within Australia and flat-rate fees for shipping to NZ. Pop over to their homepage to sign up to the newsletter (and receive a $10 voucher) and find links to their social media.

This post was brought to you in collaboration with Resident GP with additional products from Simon James Concept Store. These include the Moss Green Yeh Wall Table by Menu and Eclectic by Tom Dixon Copper Candle

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