A few of my favourite homewares for 2021

A few of my favourite homewares for 2021

This week we began purchasing pieces for a client of mine in Bundoora, Victoria.  And I noticed there were a couple of pieces that I keep coming back to and recommending for clients.  So I thought I’d share with you my favourite homewares for 2021.

My favourite bed linen

Three clients now have loved bedding from Bed Threads.  Their bed sets are 100% French flax linen.  They are reasonably priced and come in a handy set that includes a fitted sheet, quilt cover and two pillow cases. 

I have a set in blue and charcoal.  Another client has the turmeric colour and recently my Bundoora client bought a set in rosewater.  The natural fibres are warm, comfortable, textural.  Definitely a favourite of my mine.

My favourite table lamp

There is one table lamp that I have specified a couple of times now, it’s the Lucia Table Lamp.  It works as a minimal piece to ensure the bed head remains the focus.  But due to its simple curved design and combination of linen and wood materials it’s also a stunning stand alone piece.

My favourite cushion

A cushion that I keep using in my buyable inspo boards and have recently referred it to a client as well is the Mariese Goats Hair cushion.  Again it’s one of those pieces that is a great cross over piece and works in a range of styles.  They have a great range of colours too but my favourite is black.

Another piece of décor I keep coming back to is the Torpoint Chunky Jute Rug.  It’s just so cosy and again works in a range of styles.  Clients love it and in a space it adds texture and warmth.

What’s your favourite homewares for 2021?  In my work I love pieces that are stunning in their own right, beautiful in a space with other pieces, and strongly communicate my client’s design story.

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