The Adore Home Magazine Jun/Jul 2013 has been published online. Head over to Adore Home Magazine today to view the online magazine today.
Here are my picks from this months issue:
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.
All images via Pinterest
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.
I found a little gem on the WWW – Council of Objects!
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.
All images via Council of Objects
Council of Objects
248 Grenfell St,
Adelaide S.A. 5000
Today I was so thankful to have been nominated for an Inspiring Blog Award from a fellow interior’s blogger.. Interior Thinking.
It is so lovely to know that there are people out there in the blogosphere that are willing to take time out of their day to swing by, read and sometimes even comment on my blog. Makes it all worth it!
So thank you Interior Thinking for the nomination and reminding me of how awesome you all are.
In acceptance of the blog I have included below 7 facts about myself & 15 blogs which I love reading.
Okay, so it’s not quiet 15 but its close and not all interiors related, but nevertheless they are awesome, so please check them out.
In order to accept this award you must:
1. Display the award image on your blog page.
2. Link back to the person who nominated you.
3. State seven facts about yourself.
4. Nominate 15 other bloggers for the award.
5. Notify your bloggers of their nomination and link to their posts.
Their cushions, purses and bags are made from natural fabrics such as hemp/linen and are hand printed in Sydney Australia. They also use non-toxic water based inks and dyes, and are produced using sustainable practices.
You will find below some of my picks from their online store:
Check out their online shop here to view (and perhaps purchase) some of these delights.
All images via The Print Society
Fish & Lotus is an Etsy shop selling beautiful paper origami lotus flowers. Owners Nancy and Emily (a mother and daughter team) hand make these beautiful paper origami lotus flowers using coloured and decorated paper. These little gems can be used as gifts, wedding favours or decorations for the home.
Here are some of my picks from their store:
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)
Here are a few of the Classic Peacock chairs…