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Monday Mix Up


I'm fighting off the Monday blues while juggling work, and having my youngest at home sick today. If you're feeling under the weather like us or have a case of Mondayitis, these beautiful bright homes and interior finds should help brighten your day. 

Revisiting the Sydney-based C+M Studio who I featured here, I'm loving their newest project CABARITA. Located in a beautiful coastal location, the townhouse refurbishment features a simple layered palette of natural materials, as carried through from the fittings and finishes to the soft furnishings and furniture, all selected and curated by C+M Studio. You can find details of these products over here.

Styling by Marsha Golmemac and photography by Brooke Holm via C+M Studio

The Labo Pendant Lamp by Daniel Debiasi and Federico Sandri, designers and founders of Something, is the latest in a series of lamps made from borosilicate glass for Italian manufacturer Penta. A natural progression from their first Labo lamp collection, inspired by instruments from chemistry laboratories, they have taken that idea and suspended it from the ceiling. The beautiful pendant lamp is made up of three domes,  arranged along a central tubular body carrying the cables that connect the lamp to the ceiling. Labo comes in either transparent or smoked glass, and the metal parts are available in different finishes.

Images via Design Milk 

British Design icons HemingwayDesign and Royal Doulton have teamed up to to create a a range of striking, mid-century design inspired ceramics. I really love the fresh feel and pretty colour palette of these pieces which include serving bowls, vases, storage jars and jugs. Pop over here to find out more about the collection, which is due for lunch in June.

Images via Est

Another bright and cheerful home to finish off, House in Double Bay is located on a leafy street in eastern Sydney's Double Bay. The latest project by award winning architectural firm TRIBE, the interior is soft, warm and inviting. A standout feature is the sun drenched double height void, that frames a lush green back garden. 

Photography by Katherine Lu via TRIBE

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