This chair designed by Charles Eames & Eero Saarinen is one of my favourites. The Organic Design Chair as the name suggests has organic lines and curves and you’ll find them upholstered in different fabric prints and colours.
A versatile chair that can be incorporated into different interior spaces, like the ones below:
Looking for this chair? You can find a replica here.
So most people would know about Freedom, but I just had to bring your attention to some of the amazing furniture and accessories they have available in Australian stores at the moment. I spent so long clicking away on their website and browsing their online catalogue – here are some wonderful images from their website showcasing some their current ranges.
I’m so in love with the bold colours, patterns and textures they are using in their products that I think I might have to make a trip down to my local store to make some purchases (shhhh… just keep that between you and me).
Every time I leave the Raw Space store in Adelaide CBD I’m always wondering where the time has gone. So there is no wonder when I found out they had an online store, I spent even more time browsing their website too. Here are some of my fav’s:
Aimme Song; her blog ‘Song of Style’ is like candy for the eyes, and just as addictive. She blogs pretty pictures of her personal and interior designer style.
She was recently featured on The Coveteur and now I might just have a mental crush on her – that’s totally fine right? Check out her cool digs here and be sure to check out The Coveteur for her feature.
After the Peacock Chair was featured in the latest Adore Magazine I felt the need to want more. So I visited The Family Love Tree to see the different colours and styles they had available… and boy what a range they have.
Go have a look over on the online store to see their whole range, but for your viewing pleasure I have included some of my picks from the ‘Classic Peacock’ & ‘Lady Peacock’ range below (oh and they also have kids versions too)
I have a shop to share that I’ve recently come across. It’s calledAnthropologie.
Anthropologie have 175 stores in the U.S, Canada and the U.K that also sells internationally through their online store. Anthropologie began in Wayne, Pennsylvania and was created for women wanting a curated mix of clothing, accessories, gifts and home décor that reflects their personal style and fuels their lives’ passions, from fashion to art to entertaining.
At Anthropologie you can find an assortment of whimsical and eclectic peices for your home. I have picked out a few of my favourite items below, but make sure you take a trip over to their website to see some of the other amazing products they have in store and online.