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  • SpottedSaturn bowl

    In sandy stoneware or snowy porcelain, the Saturn bowls by Light+Ladder welcome the summer fruit pickings.

    credit : Light+Ladder
  • SpottedSiesta time

    Sculptural simplicity for the Mass daybed of the Danish brand New Works.

    credit : New Works
  • SpottedMirage blanket

    With the mystic atmosphere of oasis and desert paradises, the Mirage series turns objects into abstract shapes and beautiful forms. 

    credit : Ferm Living
  • SpottedArc vase

    Handmade by multidisciplinary artist Rachel Saunders, the Ikebana-inspired vase are in raw natural clay.

    credit : Rachel Saunders
  • SpottedWinter sun

    In a peaceful moment, the Udon chair designed by Staffan Holm for Hem is catching the winter sun.

    credit : Brendan Austin
  • SpottedNatural stone

    Designed by Clément Brazille for Ateliers Romeo, the Ocean Travertine collection gives natural stone a contemporary aesthetic.

    credit : Baptiste Coulon
  • SpottedArtful throw
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    April Throw, the woven blanket of Slowdown studio is signed by Spanish artist Natalia Vico.

    credit : Slowdown Studio
  • SpottedContemporary mosaic

    Part of the French Quarter collection, the Confectionary model is a joyful and elegant composition of colour and shapes.

    credit : Mosaique Surface
  • SpottedTimeless stripes

    Warm tones and timeless stripes for Marimekko AW 2018 home collection, beautifully styled by Susanna Vento.

    credit : Mikko Ryhänen
  • SpottedSoft luxury

    Menu chair designed by Afteroom Studio embracing minimalism and clean lines, yet with a luxurious upholstering.

    credit : Menu
  • SpottedNature-inspired

    Nature-inspired colour palette and softly curved shapes by Danish Designer Berit Mogensen Lopez.

    credit : Berit Mogensen Lopez
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