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Styling and Journal Feature with Wallace Cotton


Last year I began working with family-owned New Zealand bed linen and homeware business Wallace Cotton. With a focus on beautiful designs inspired by nature, the gentle pace of our seasons, and the relaxed lifestyle of living in New Zealand, Wallace Cotton has been in homes worldwide for more than 14 years. Their range of collectable products are made from natural materials with enduring quality and attention to detail, all while being kind to the planet. To coincide with the Mid-summer campaign, I also sat down with Wallace Cotton to answer a few questions for their journal. 

Among other things, I talk about how I got into interior design and what I love about my role, what a typical day on location with Wallace Cotton is like, and my tips for creating a beautiful bedroom. 

Styling Michelle Halford - Studio TDC / Photography by Jae Frew 

You can read the interview here

Visit Wallace Cotton to see all the new collection designs, including those featured above. 

Additional pieces in the shoot, with thanks:
Armadillo Malawi rug (first and last image), Serengeti rug (images 3 &4) The Ivy House
Louis Poulsen lamps designed by Arne Jabobsen (images 1 & 3) Cult NZ
Sike Monet chair (image 3), Broste Copenhagen vase (image 4), and Triboa Bay Pena bedside table (last image) May Time 
Flowers (first image) Bloom Social 

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