Custom colour in the kitchen from La Cornue


Luxury French company La Cornue make stoves in a choice of over 30 colours, from Pure White to Primary Yellow. But, if the shade you are looking for is not available La Cornue now offers the ultimate in personalisation custom matching stoves to your specification.

La Cornue


‘Scribble’ collection by Hay


Above:  ‘Wrapping Paper Scribble’ collection by Hay

Scribble patterns are the inspiration behind the range of wrapping paper and notebooks from leading Danish brand Hay. The felt tip style prints are considered yet naïve in allover and placement patterns. Continue Reading…

Sale: 20% off Loophouse throws and blankets


Loophouse are offering you the chance to order one or more of our luxury wool blankets at £156, saving 20% off the full price of £195 Enter the code: LOOP5B9Q8 at the checkout.



‘Basket Container’ by Nendo for Kanaami-Tsuji


Nendo has created the ‘Basket Container’ in collaboration with Kanaami-Tsuji, a Kyoto-based wire netting firm that preserves the craft’s traditions and develops everyday essentials for modern living and future generations. Continue Reading…

Paola Lenti wins a German Design Award


Paola Lenti wins the coveted GERMAN DESIGN AWARD 2015 in the category Lifestyle with Bistrò, a parasol in aluminium and fabric designed and fully engineered by the R&D department of the Company.

Paola Lenti


Styling Inspiration: Halloween


Styling Inspiration: Accentuated cheekbones / Victoriana / False teeth / Blood

For those who can’t decide what to wear tonight.



Clerkenwell Design Festival 2015 campaign by Parallel and Stephen Cheetham


Independent branding agency Parallel and Stephen Cheetham clearly capture the spirit of Clerkenwell Design Festival with their 2015 campaign. Continue Reading…

Baines & Fricker design an ethical interior for Silo


Baines & Fricker recently created an ethical and functional interior for Silo – the UK’s first zero-waste restaurant. Continue Reading…

MoMA PS1: Members of Pussy Riot in Conversation with Klaus Biesenbach on Zero Tolerance: Activism, Artistic Courage and Civil Disobedience

Moroso produces the faceted ‘Brooke Ottomane’ by Tokujin Yoshioka for Issey Miyake


Moroso continues to collaborate with two leading names in Japanese design. To mark the opening of the new Issey Miyake showroom held this month in London, the brand has produced a range of sculptural ottomans created by the artist and designer Tokujin Yoshioka. The series, tailored specifically to the space, will in future enter production and be included in the Moroso catalogue.

The name Brook references 10 Brook Street, London W1, the address of the new Issey Miyake flagship store, situated between Bond Street and Hanover Square in the heart of Mayfair, while the shape, in the words of Tokujin Yoshioka himself: “features the complex composition of facets that makes the form like a twist structure as if been sculpted.”

The partnership with Tokujin Yoshioka also continues. It began in 2007 with Panna chair, presented the same year at the Salone del Mobile design week, as part of a remarkable display created by Tokujin himself for Moroso’s Milan showroom.

Moroso / Issey Miyake  / Tokujin Yoshioka


Garden Inspiration


Garden Inspiration

Alignment / Graphic precision / Repetition / Broken Border / Linear



Philippe Starck and Delsey launch S+ARCKTRIP


Creator Philippe Starck and French luggage specialist Delsey have unveiled a series of 16 models: elegant and timeless, which ergonomics adapts itself to each use and each user.

The collection combines Philippe Starck’s philosophy and design, the most high-tech innovations, premium materials and rigorous quality tests to permit S+ARCKTRIP to come with a global lifetime warranty. Continue Reading…

Lane adds new geometric designs to their print collection

From Land and Sea Context small

Nottingham based company Lane has recently added eight new repeat patterns and landscapes to their collection of hand pulled screen prints.  Continue Reading…

‘Wiwo’ lighting series by Haim Evgi


The new cage style series of lighting fixtures by Israeli designer Haim Evgi is inspired by the contrast between solid oak and wire. Coined ‘Wiwo’ the name derives from the words wire and wood. Continue Reading…

Sale: 15% off FAO


15% Off Everything at FAO – Ends  31st October



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