• Funky furniture for kids

    As I’m almost 30 it’s got to that time when practically all of my friends are now married, settling down and starting their own families. So topics of conversation are gradually becoming more baby and child oriented. This got me thinking about how I would like to decorate a child’s bedroom when I have my

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  • Polish interiors range

    I’m a big fan of Polish design so when I received a press release from Laskowscy Design about their furniture now being available in the UK I knew it deserved a blog post. Distributed by the Muslavi Gallery, the stunning powder coated furniture and interior accessories are designed by award-winning Polish artist and designer Remigiusz

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  • Saucy Seating

    Bored with her nine to five office job, Aiveen Daly enrolled in an evening class in upholstery and before long was making a living modernising vintage furniture to create a collection of one-off collectible pieces. Including chairs, headboards, ottomans and later, silk lampshades, the collection is inspired by Saville Row tailoring and couture gowns. The

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  • Stackable bookcase

    Studio Dror is a multi-disciplinary design studio specialising in product design, architecture and art direction. Based in New York and run under the direction of Dror Benshetrit, Studio Dror has an impressive list of clients from Cappellini, Boffi and Alessi to Levi’s, Swarovski and Target. The Stack bookcase was designed for Target as part of

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  • Thinking outside the Boxetti

    Designed and created by Latvian designer Rolands Landsbergs, the Boxetti Collection is comprised of five separate modules, each driven by three basic design principles – functionality, advanced technologies and the contemporary aesthetics of minimalism. Each of the modules is designed to achieve maximum efficiency by meeting the demands of functionality and suitability. All modules have

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  • Human furniture anyone?

    Fusing a futuristic and retro vision of design, which he calls ‘New-Retro-Futurism’, Paris based Belarusian designer Dzmitry Samal has some interest designs in his portfolio. Speaking about his approach to design he says: “I think that the future of design is in our past experience and heritage combined with modern technologies. I’m a keeper of

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  • Cut-a-pult

    Cut-a-pult is an exciting new range of furniture by German designer Lars Contzen, one of my absolute favourite designers, in collaboration with Atelier Schneeweiss. According to Contzen, the idea for the light-weight, multi-functional furniture comes from society’s need for mobile, uncomplicated and flexible products. The use of light-weight material with a customisable surface in conjunction

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