Shop to Watch: Make Me Iconic

Make Me Iconic sells artwork, ceramics, tea-towels, cushions and children’s toys. But what makes this online store different is that all their products have iconic printed images of landmarks or are designed around iconic areas/items/businesses of Australian cities such as Melbourne and Sydney. Designed by young and vibrant designers, these products are a great way to incorporate Australian souvenirs into your home.

Here are a few of the items i’m eyeballing at the moment, but please head over to their online store to find out more about the business and the products they sell.

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Shop to Watch: Council of Objects

I found a little gem on the WWW – Council of Objects!

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I then did a little bit more snooping and found out that they have a store here in Adelaide.. Amazing right?

Council of Objects has a wonderful range of ceramics, glass, jewellery, timber products, furniture, textiles and graphics for both gifts and home wares.

I have picked out some of my favourites below, but they have a whole range of designer goodies for everyone’s tastes so make sure you have a look over on the online store for more.

ceramic bowls

Clock

cushion

glass

jugs

necklace

All images via Council of Objects

Council of Objects

248 Grenfell St,

Adelaide S.A. 5000

Steal That Style – Issue 4.0

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Interior image via Real Living

  1. Cow Hide – Rugs Online
  2. Print – Society 6
  3. Print – Society 6
  4. Chair – Anthropologie
  5. Print – Society 6
  6. Bus Scroll – Etsy
  7. Sofa – Freedom
  8. Rug – Rugs Online
  9. Cushion – Hard to Find
  10. Cushion – Etsy

Steal That Style – Issue 3.0

Image – Elle Decor

  1. Yellow Chair – Matt Blatt
  2. Office Chair – Matt Blatt
  3. Floor Lamp – IKEA
  4. Rug – Jonathan Adler
  5. Table Lamp – IKEA
  6. Accent Chair – Matt Blatt
  7. Flowers – Orange Orchids

Mix-Up Chairs

Anyone who loves entertaining at home knows that no matter how many dining chairs you have, there are most likely not enough to cater for everyone. And there is nothing worse than having 6 matching chairs with one odd plastic fold up ruining your fabulously styled dining room.

One way to get around this problem is to style your dining room with mixed chairs. As long as the chairs have a general connection (i.e. colour, design style) it can be stylish to have different chairs in the room without it looking like your grandparents dining room during Christmas lunch.

Have a look at the images below for some inspiration:

Mixed Chairs

 

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