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:
I hope you love Freedom as much as I do, because I think this is my 2nd Freedom post.
But they do have some wonderful pieces and accessories a.t.m. here are a few of my snaps from my recent visit.
You can view all these items at the Glynde Freedom Store:
60 Glynburn Rd
South Australia 5073
Ph: 08 8365 2088
Fax: 08 8165 1085
There is nothing more comforting than my morning tea so there is no surprise I am also loving these ‘Tea for One’ tables.
I’ll have one in every colour please.
“Inspired by the colors and shapes in a bouquet of flowers, DesignK’s Tea for One Table is a cheery design choice for a range of interiors. Use its crayon-bright colours to play up a modern white room, or update a traditional home by scattering a few amongst those leather club chairs.”
Please visit DesignK for more information or to purchase the tables here.
Images via DesignK
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).
All images via Freedom
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While out on my saturday afternoon shop I couldn’t help but stroll into my local Target store to see what homewares they had on display. Target have some great homewares for the budget conscious, but unless you have an eye for design and interior styling, its hard to know what might work well in your home.
For example, the cushions they sell are displayed in your standard store shelving, stacked up together and the accessories are just piled on top of one another without any thought to how the items will look to the customer.
So… with my phone in hand and my creative cap on I started to rearrange some of the homewares and accessories to make them look a bit more enticing. Here are a few of the pictures I took.
These cushions together make a great combination. Chevron print with bold colours.
Team these with a rich red throw and voila, a great combination for either the living room sofa or on top of your bed.
I loved some of the prints they had available. This typo print works well for most interior styled homes.
These display domes were displayed empty, so I took one of the planters and popped it in. Looks much nicer.
And you wouldn’t believe, but while I was rearranging, styling and taking these pictures other shoppers were following me and looking at my displays. See, all Target needed was a bit of styling love!
Newton SA 5074
(08) 8168 7500
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
I love faceted objects. So when I find a seller on Etsy that sells some faceted goodies I feel I am obliged to let you know about it.
These ceramic mugs, cups and bowls are dual walled meaning they retain heat without burning your hands and are all handmade.
Check out these tableware products all from Etsy seller studio LORIER.
Something for your flowers.
And here’s how you can use them:
All images via studio LORIER