You don’t need colour to make a huge impact in your living space; a simple palette such as like monochrome can create just as much of a sophisticated statement…
The Rodrigo table lamp in grey terrazzo. Italian style. 70s nostalgia. Texture, colour and versatility. We didn’t think anything could rival our passion for marble, but this year’s terrazzo trend has won us over. In large quantities it’s maximalist chic, but in the form of accent lighting, it’s perfect for the minimalists too. Benvenuto, Rodrigo. This is most definitely amore.
The Saffron storage box in midnight diamond. Spotted by our co-founder in the corner of our artisan’s workshop in Jaipur, he thought they would make perfect toy boxes for his children. Beautifully intricate, its diamond pattern is entirely hand-painted in a deep shade of Midnight. The finishing touches are an antiqued wash and brass clasp, giving it a cherished heirloom look.
The Ebony dining chair, set of two, light grey wool. We can’t wait to take our seat at the table – this is a dining chair that means business. Contemporary in form and exhibiting minimalist elegance, the Ebony’s seat seems to float in mid-air on its slim frame. And the leg supports, resembling cable-stayed bridges, give a nod to modern-day engineering too. It looks pretty darn comfy too!
The Streep side table set in marble and black. Cut a more decadent look in your living space with the Streep. A Deco-inspired nest of side tables, this piece is designed to be arranged and re-arranged to your liking. The crisp grooves in the sumptuous white marble combined with the jet black tubular framework set this design apart from the competition.
The Ginger dining chair, set of two, silver weave. Function, elegance and a whole lot of comfort. The Ginger’s cushioned back and seat curve in like a gentle hug, contrasting with the skinny, utility-style frame it sits atop. We’re more than a little concerned that breakfast on this chair will be so relaxing it’ll make us late for work. A lot.
Source: @onlinestylis via Instagram. Featuring the Kay side table, a lovely Edition for a small hallway. Fusing a distinctive hexagonal shape and effortlessly elegant finishes, the Kay is an occasional table that oozes charm. A marble surface that sits snug in the frame, defines the piece with stand-out sophistication.