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I've rounded up some recent design finds from around the globe today. The first is Poland-based company FRØPT, who specialise in manufacturing custom kitchen fronts for the Ikea Metod system. Recently releasing beautiful new imagery showcasing their two collections, Terra and Norwegian Wood, I'm sure this will offer inspiration for anyone who is building or renovating their kitchen. With a focus on natural materials, I especially love the Norwegian Wood collection which is inspired by Japanese aesthetics and its beauty of imperfection. 

Thank you to my friend and fellow blogger Kasia of the Poland-based blog My Full House for introducing me to FRØPT. You can read more about the collections here

Since first featuring the work of Brisbane-based creative studio Photonic, I've been admiring their newest project Iris. In particular this bedroom design, which embodies the studio's signature minimalist and sculptural aesthetic. I love the mix of materials and the textural curved wall. 

An Instagram discovery, Béton Brut is a London-based design gallery and photography studio. "Burton Brut was a concrete finish used in modernist architecture. It is honest, sculptural and uncompromising – just like our collection of original twentieth century furniture and lighting" says founder Sophie Pearce, who curates a beautiful collection of Modernist furniture, lighting and objects which are available for purchase or hire. With a focus on rare, architect-lead design from France, Italy, Netherlands and Scandinavia, I would find this a dream place to source product for styling shoots and clients!  

This week I stumbled across an interview with Sophie on The Modern House Journal and enjoyed gaining more insight into the story behind Béton Brut. Take a look here.  

Another gallery owner and Instagram discovery of late, Paris-based Jessica Barouch of JAG is an interior designer with a growing portfolio of breathtakingly beautiful projects. "From Parisian apartments to second homes in the country or beside the sea, she adapts to the location and to the client’s requirements. Perfect lines, natural materials and neutral shades such as black, ochre and earth tones radiate a mood of warmth and serenity." Here's a taste of her work with Project AG, a Parisian apartment which artfully blends earthy tones and a stunning material palette of natural stone and timber in varying finishes. 

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