You've been so good this week - want some sweets? Friday Pick n Mix time:

Been hunting for plant potting options this week, and I'm digging The Northern Market's rope baskets. (By American indie maker Lindsey Zinno). Would also be good for items and things and sundries.

I hate clutter. Clutter. See, the word even sounds messy. So I pretty much have storage baskets for my storage baskets. The Muuto Restore basket, which has been around a couple of years now, is an international fave in the storage stakes. Well they've now extended the Restore range with a lower tray (soft rectangle) style, but even better - a new round Restore basket. Give me all the circular things! There's also new colours, including a sage green.

You know we love a minimalist black exterior, don't we - but it's actually the interior of this renovated 1920's worker's cottage that's stealing the show here for me. Seriously, why would you ever stay in a city hotel (even the 'premiere' ones have shampoo that snaps your hair off, coffee that tastes like burnt dreams, and decor designed in 1996) when you have options like the beautiful Durham House, in West End Brisbane. As well as being a boutique accommodation, it's available for location shoots and events.

Minimalist studio supplies! Rolu paper roller (available here, only US$50), by Japanese designer Chiaki Murata. I believe this is actually blackened brass, too - so... bonus points for that. There are perforated edges (love a good perf) along the length of paper every 10cm. Your grocery list never looked so good.

Yeah, yeah, I get it - another candle. But this really might be the best one I've seen - with a simplicity of form designed for ambiance and aesthetics. Oh, and the ceramic vessel is reusable. 
It's a product by Benjamin Edgars, the founder of Boxed Water (read: this guy is awesome).

1 comment:

  1. Thanks for the feature! Would be honored to create any of my products for you :)

    The Northern Market


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