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New Year, New Arrivals

2020 was an exciting one on the design front, as we focused on evolution vs. revolution.

If one theme connects the interior trends in 2020, it is the shift of how we live and work, in our homes. Our increasing desire for a sustainable way of life, is creating a new interest in vintage components, organic forms, and earthy tones. Other trends, like pieces with a playful accents and seating that encourages collaboration, seem to point to a collective desire to make more meaningful connections with our surroundings.


As we kick off 2021, these postmodern trends will continue to have a strong presence. Traditional décor includes classic shapes, metallic detailing and yes, traditional brown tones that add a homely, nostalgic presence.

Natural leathers, woods and finishes perfectly compliment the rich moods of polished golds, brushed bronzes, and elegant silver hardware – truly pulling inspiration from the earth itself.


Amongst these calming, humble furnishings, come bold and distinct objects; design-focused, conceptual pieces that remain intimate and functional, offering up a burst of colour, texture, silhouette, and harmony to a room. Vivid, deep velvets, golden hardware, and customisable shapes.

These pieces reference every-day forms, illustrating them in a larger-than-life way – these are the pieces that will be future classics.

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Set for Summer


Vibrant days and long summer nights are nearly here. Lounging outdoors with family and friends has never looked better with our exquisite new outdoor range. From the Lucia range, with simplistic yet bold carbon weaves, to the distinctive cross weaving of the Canaria range - there is an elegant structure to each piece. Whichever you choose to complement your decor, sit back and relax as you set yourself up in style this summer.


A bone to pick

Bone furniture and decorations have been used for hundreds of years across different cultures. From traditional Islamic or Indian motifs to more geometric art deco designs, the art of bone inlay continues to be a popular one.

The perfect way to add pattern, texture and even colour - these work well as a statement piece. Bone pieces are often monochromatic which keeps them classic but still "personality pieces" that will be talking points in any room!

We have recently ordered a bunch of new bone items including bedsides, stools, cabinets and mirrors and we can't wait to get these pieces out on our floor for you to view. These are currently online in our catalogue and will be arriving in store in approximately 4 weeks time.