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Object of Obsession: Altamarea marble & oak basin

Two timeless materials have been combined here to form this beautiful, bespoke marble and oak bathroom basin. The oak wooden casing adds a beautiful warmth against the luxurious, dark-veined marble. Oh, to replace my conventional walnut and porcelain bathroom unit with this! Altamarea focus on using innovative materials and handcrafted methods to create exclusive, one […]

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Georgina Brett Chinnery: a less “living” taxidermy

I almost turned away from Georgina’s stand at London Design Fair this year; a shudder of discomfort overcoming me at what I thought were pieces of taxidermy staring back at me. As an avid animal lover, I’m not much for dead, real animals resurrected in the name of art. On closer inspection though, the true […]

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Amy Cushing’s bespoke glass art: The Treasure Collection

I feel a wonderful sense of escapism seeing beautifully sculptured, brilliantly hued glass. There’s something about the cool translucence that carries my mind to an idyllic beachside; often reminding me of home, by Sydney’s stunning beaches. This is what drew me in to Amy Cushing, a London-based, bespoke glassware Designer whose creative repertoire extends globally. […]

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Object of Obsession: House of Hackney fabric

  I don’t usually care much for whimsical prints, but there is something about this “Hackney Empire” fabric, by House of Hackney, that I just can’t get enough of. Perhaps it’s the rich, indigo velvet that gives it that sophisticated feel, or the outlandish collection of animals that make me fall in love with the […]

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Object of obsession: Tektura gradient wallpaper

Wallpaper is a great way to add a boost of texture or print to a space, but many of us opt for a single colour and/or a symmetrical pattern. This gorgeous gradient wallpaper by Tektura is more like a work of art for the walls. Starting with a beautiful inky blue and fading to a […]

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