1. Let the light shine in, with the lovely Wing chair.
    The CH445 Wing Chair’s timeless appeal continues to inspire today. Wegner was a genius at fusing form with function. With its perfectly proportioned clean and inviting lines, it’s easy to see why the CH445 Wing Chair is one of Wegner’s most recognised and celebrated designs.

     
  2. Bardot Head Office, Abbotsford. Yellow Tolix Chairs.
    Sportsgirl, CBD, Charles ghost stools.
    Melbourne Central, Proud Horse Lamp
    Sussan, Chadstone. Plank Arm Chair & Sofa, Sean Dix Tripod Nest 3 Low,
    Levis, Couloured Bentwood Chairs
    Mouche, Charles ghost Stools

    Window Shopping

    One of my favourite activities is to be awed by visual merchandising.
    Sometimes I love window gazing, more than I love actual shopping.
    I love it when fashion and furniture re-unite & classic furniture pieces are used in retail windows.

    Here are some of my snaps from around town.

    Enjoy.

     

  3. I don’t know where I found this from, but there’s nothing like a new interpretation on a tried and tested formula. Not sure how practical it would be though!
     

  4. Case Study Houses

    We see a lot of what-goes-around-comes-around going on in the media lately, trends change and evolve constantly. But what does stay the same? The classics. The Case Study Houses in America were a program set up for a community of architects to build low cost, prefabricated housing that was designed and available for the masses. Rejoice! This program aimed to eradicate clunky, displeasing design and replace it with something ergonomic, wholesome and of ‘modern’ materials.

    There’s a reason this style resonates through the ages, it’s timeless and elegant and transcends current popular trends. In saying this though, I personally think there is nothing better than combining these design classics with antiques, modern ‘classics’ (think your IKEA or Freedom style pieces) with seasonal changes to keep everything cohesive and inspired.

    Try it out in your home, why not show us what you’ve done with your interior, whether it be all modern, a mixture of modern and classic, or a statement piece in a period setting, and we’ll feature them here.