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ART FOR THE HOME
This season, home is where the art is. Check out our curation of the newest brands offering modern design classics and gifts you’ll be dying to gift yourself from Fornasetti, Tom Dixon, Cire Trudon and many more…
A treat for the senses this scented candle with notes of pink pepper and cypress and underscored by cedarwood and incense smells as good as it looks. The ceramic jar is decorated with this cult brand’s signature muse, opera singer Lina Cavalieri, hitting all the right notes.
This minimalist masterpiece is sure to feel right at home in any abode. The sleek bell shade is formed from pressed steel and plated in glossy black creating an innovative reflective surface. Invest-ing in this British designer is never a bad idea.
Inspired by early 20th century cubism, designer Nicholai Wiig Hansen of Raawi translates this artist movements main characteristic of geometric shapes into both beautiful and functional everyday objects. It’s time to update your earthenware with this popping yellow jug.
One look at Les Ottomans collection and you will see that he is more than a little inspired by Moorish design. A perfect marriage between East and West, these handmade silk velvet cushions are a Turkish delight to the touch.
From Turkey to Greece, this Minoan inspired bowl by Urban Nature Culture, with circular handles and a glossy dark green finish is a unique centrepiece for any room. Created by travel enthusiast and designer Anne Marie Hermans who takes her inspiration from every corner of the globe.
Reflections Copenhagen looked to the Jazz Age and in particular the curvilinear forms and sharply defined outlines of Art Deco, think the New York skyline of the 1920s. Made of handcrafted coloured crystal this is any modern day flappers dream.
Bringing old world curiosities, dreamy scented locations and classical sculptured busts to life in wax, Cire Trudon is one of the oldest candle manufacturers in the world and providers of lighting to the courts of Louis XIV and Marie Antoinette. Established in 1641, each votive is still dripped by hand to this day.
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Take a tour with this interior guru in At Home with Abigail Ahern. Think refined boho with luscious amounts of faux greenery.