NZ designer Phil Cuttance's now iconic Faceture vase now comes in a small size (and lots of colours), for use as a candleholder or bud vase.
New NZ design brand Regent Street aren't playing. This is the their sophomore product, the Valley Tray, and it's made by simple folds in a solid sheet of brass. A stylish caddy with an architectural aesthetic, great for your sunnies and jewellery, or your pens (yes, I'd like one for my desk), or maybe for fruit if your fruit is fancy like that. I'm imagining a banana wearing a waistcoat.
ehmergerd, Rachel Castle's dog steals the whole show
Idea to steal: make a little posey favour for your mates to take home.
Mark Tuckey Farmhouse Refectory table of mah dreams.
All photography by Cameron Bloom.
Feeling a l'il inspired to make our Chrimbo table super amazing this year after looking at The Tabletop Project. Australian furniture brand Mark Tuckey invited 7 creatives to style up their dream Christmas feast setting, with a Mark Tuckey table and chairs - including Rachel Castle (Castle and Things), stylist Jason Grant, and designers Tash Sefton and Elle Ferguson (They All Hate Us).
Loving those now-iconic Mark Tuckey eggcup chairs with the Castle circle cushions on top (first pic), that table laden with soft pink peonies, that hanging botanic wreath (think I'm gunna give one of those a go), and the choice of wooden and imperfect white ceramic plates.
Also, if you're not familiar with Mark Tuckey - watch this vid...
Grey and blush bedding, black floorboards... nice work, Cultiver.
Good morning, sunshine! Can anyone tell me what that purple-leaf plant is?
Really digging that rug (PS: Urban Outfitters have similar), and never not digging white-washed floorboards.
My kind of Christmas table. Idea to steal - those cute buntings!
I spy with my little eye something beginning with A.
Soft, simple and white canvas, with black as the accent colour. APPROVED.
This bedroom is so cool and lovely, I wanna hang out with it at lunchtime.
Just thought this was a lovely little set-up.
Are you serious right now? This has got to be in my Top 10 bedrooms of all time.
I could stare at this house for hours. Happy Sunday, lovers.
My house smells pretty amazing thanks to a deluxe George and Edi candle. I love the blackened metal vessel it comes in, and the fragrance that Sarah (George and Edi founder) designed - super moody, delicious Oak Moss. Would you like one? Woah, so weird that you should mention that, because I'd like to give you one!
You'll get to choose what you win - either a deluxe candle (valued at $80) in one of three high-end scents Oak Moss (green moss and cedar wood notes), Black Coriander (black pepper, green coriander, patchouli and cedar wood) or 22:00 We Surrender To Sleep (dark lavender designed for the late hours with smokey leather notes). You can also opt for 2 classic candles (there are 8 different fragrances in the classics range) if you prefer.
Competition now closed
C O N G R A T S T O A N D R E W C A R B E R Y
Sweets for mah sweet, sugah for mah hunny... (that's you)
eeets so preeeeety! Handmade terracotta bowl from London-based Anna Baskakova (on Etsy).
Just when you thought Debbie Carlos couldn't get any more awesome, she's gone and created these frikkin amazing marble iPhone cases. Just get right out of town.
Marjolie Delhaas has been making these planners for a couple of years now, but the 2015 range has even more options to choose from and I really feel it's a Public Service Announcement to let you know about them.
The legendary Stockholm-based kids' clothing brand Mini Rodini has launched a Home collection. Sooooo much cool choice now for mini-me bedrooms!
oh yeah, big time. BIG TIME.
I don't think I can handle this concrete, matt black and white tub.
New Melbourne cafe, Patch (with an all paleo-inspired menu)- WOAH, nice work on the interior by Studio You and Me.
These two images via SF Girl By Bay
LOVE this idea... can someone do this here in NZ please? Half Hitch Goods is a 'rolling shoppe' belonging to Carrie Caillouette. Her rad truck heads to markets and neighbourhoods all over San Fran, selling goods that are all small-batch handmade from independent designers and artisans. You can check out the online shop to see what/buy the goodies Carrie has curated.