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Object of Obsession: Great Barrier coral sculpture

Coral is certainly having a moment, isn’t it? Pieces of the white, textural natural beauty are popping up everywhere from the luxe end of the spectrum at Kelly Hoppen, to the High Street at Zara Home. As a lover of mixing textures, especially of varying neutrals, I have fallen for its purity, roughness and detail. […]

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Object of Obsession: Cora pendant shade

Heal’s have always been at the forefront of making the latest design trends accessible to many; their homeware and furniture collections the perfect mix of high-end and luxury high street. Their fabulous new Cora pendant light is the ultimate nod to the industrial trend that has taken centre-stage for a long time now. This year’s […]

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Object of Obsession: Atkin & Thyme Chevron shelving

I’ve always loved those beautiful partition screens, but never really found the right space for one in my home… perhaps that’s why I love the angles in this gorgeous shelving unit from contemporary furniture firm Atkin & Thyme. Or maybe it’s the combo of soft, matte brass (a more subdued take on the polished version […]

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Object Of Obsession: Munna “Olympia” collection

While this part of the blog is usually about individual objects, I simply can’t favour one item over the other from Munna’s beautiful “Olympia” collection. Their armchair, chaise longue and bar stool from the range strike a beautiful balance through the combination of sumptuous velvet, gleaming brass and curves in all the right places. What’s […]

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Object of Obsession: BXXLGHT bespoke lighting

A picture tells a thousand words, but words shape a story. BXXLGHT  allows you to say whatever you like – within their fabulous, bespoke light boxes. An aspirational quote, a seductive statement to a lover, or words that simply enhance the mood of the surrounding interiors. Bespoke lighting as personal as you and your space. […]

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