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Friday Finds


Making up for a busy week juggling school holidays, photo shoots and other work projects, I have put compiled some favourite finds from the week. Kicking off with two new products from Danish brand Muuto, the first is the Enfold Sideboard designed by Thomas Bentzen. Bringing a factory-inspired industrial quality to the home with a fusion of raw and warm materials, the sideboard is made from a lacquered steel that gently enfolds the top and bottom in solid oak. Available in two sizes, one vertical, one horizontal, both offer versatility with the inclusion of a set of of adjustable shelves, as seen here. Offered in a range of gorgeous colours, the Dusty Green is one of my favourites.

Images via Muuto

"Pared down to the essence through refined and simple details", the beautiful new Workshop Table by Cecilie Manz for Muuto has just launched in Milan for this year's design week. A versatile piece, I can see so many uses for this table in different areas of the home.

Speaking of design week, my Instagram feed has been flowing with highlights. So many inspiring sights, I can only imagine what it must be like to be there in person. One of the many exhibitions that has wowed is Life in Vogue. An amazing revamp of the Vogue Italia's headquarters, Faye Toogood and Patricia Urquiola and Mario Belini are among eight designers who have temporarily put their own mark on different offices within the space. Pictured below, the office of the editor-in-chief created by Toogood features her famous Roly Poly collection and walls decorated with handpainted canvases depicting a tableau of silhouettes and faces. The room’s focal point is the designer’s own ceramic sculpture entitled Family Bust no 3, in a limited edition. Amazing!

Image via Dezeen

Another one from Milan causing serious excitement is Club Unseen, a secret project created for design week by Studiopepe directors Arianna Lelli Mami and Chiara Di Pinto, together with their team of architects and interior designers. I'm looking forward to seeing more imagery emerging! 

Images via @Agapecasa and @thesweetspotdk with thanks!

This Slate Cabin located in the Welsh countryside on the edge of Snowdonia National park was designed by Sydney-based architecture studio TRIAS. Commissioned as a result of an international competition, the cabin was designed as a response to the beautiful landscape, built with as few materials as possible. With efficiency and comfort at the forefront, almost all surfaces are lined in birch plywood, while ceilings are covered in a woven hessian. A thoughtful, considered design with panoramic views of the beautiful surroundings, see more here.

Images via Dwell

I stumbled across this lovely, light-filled home belonging to Australian wellness guru Carla Oates and two things immediately grabbed my attention; the beautiful abstract artwork by Hannah Nowlan and the sculptural bust (made by Carla's daughter, Jeet, in high school!) See the full house tour here

Photography by Maree Homer for Real Living / Homes to Love

A long-time fan of interior stylist Emma Persson Lagerberg, this inspiring kitchen is part of a series she styled last year for Elle Decoration. I love the warm earthy tones and textural stone bench and splashback. The Arnold Circus Stool designed by Martino Gamper is the perfect finishing touch.

Styling by Emma Persson Lagerberg / photography by Petra Bindel for Elle Decoration 

Another home that has caught my eye this week, this Barcelona apartment has been beautifully renovated with an interesting contrasts between old and new. This includes the unique use of antique wardrobe doors, repurposed as beautiful wall panelling. See more here

Images via Dezeen

Following on from my last post, I'm happy to report that Reform has unveiled their latest showroom in Aarhus, Denmark. Located in a historical building that retains the original detailing, the elegant interior features the newly launched Degree collection by Cecilie Manz. Grey provides a warm backdrop layered with pine and pops of contrasting with terrazzo, while beautiful lighting fixtures by Belgian designer Muller van Severen provide further wow. 

Images via Wallpaper

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  1. Unbeatable designs! Arnold Circus Stool is really cute. Love this post! Thanks for sharing with us.



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