2015, you were cool and whatever, but 2016 isn't messing around!
Door handles desperately needed a re-design. These beauties are designed by Bonnemazou-Cambus, a French husband and wife team.
Reinterpreting the tradish quilt for a contemporary home owner. Me loves Louise Gray quilts - especially used as a wall hanging.
I love everything, errrrrrrrrrting that Australian brand Middle of Nowhere are doing - and these are some of the new things they're doing. Extra big YES to that little Jeeves trolley on castors.
Scroll back up and look again, this space is freaking spectacular. It's a new organic tea bar in Sydney called The Rabbit Hole. My Things to Do in Sydney list needs its own notebook (any excuse to buy a new notebook.)All the design Oscars need to go to The Rabbit Hole's interior architect Matt Woods, his work is KILLAH. (Photography by Dave Wheeler).
eyeseyeseyeseyeseyeseyes for days. These custom gold-painted prints by Cristina Martinez would look supah cute in a nursery.
Think of Trouve perhaps like Kinfolk's cousin, but focused entirely on creatives - their work and their lives. The theme for the current issue, (Volume 4) is the creative process.
In this issue, we set out to study the process—the creative actions and routines that fill and enrich our days and inspire our work and those around us. We visit with painters, chefs, printmakers, and potters; from loft-like studios, to at-home headquarters, to homes juggling business and customers while picking up cookie crumbs and crayons.
You can buy Volumes 1 through 4 on their website here.