Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Sabrina by Zuster

The new Sabrina range by Zuster is stunning.  Those girls are always coming up with something new, relevant and completely gorgeous.  Wanting pretty much all of it.

All images via Zuster

Friday, September 23, 2011

Hello Mr Cooper

A new product to drool over by Coco Flip.  The Mr Cooper pendant, just released in Melbourne this week by designer Kate Stokes.  I've previously lusted after the Coco Pendant, and this new piece is just as breathtaking.   Designed to hang in a cluster, I'm actually personally loving just one of these little beauties all on it's own.

Inspired by the old tin can telephone or 'lovers telephone' this spun copper pendant light pays tribute to a time gone by. In 1664 Robert Hooke experimented with sound transmission through a distended wire. Mr. Cooper celebrates this era of invention and observations. The shades are designed to be hung in a cluster, cascading from a single ceiling plate and hooking to various points using copper crimps. The swage lines reference the ridges of a tin can as well as adding rigidity and detail to the form.

All images via Coco Flip

Friday, September 16, 2011

House + Eames

Another little piece of heaven from House Industries, this time teaming up with Herman Miller to create a limited edition series of 80 Eames wire base tables.


Sunday, September 4, 2011

I fell in love with this Kirrily Johnston dress when the designer herself wore it on Project Runway Australia a few weeks ago.   Ummmm, may have accidentally purchased it on MyCatwalk yesterday.  Squeeeee!

Thursday, September 1, 2011


How fabulous is this rug, designed by Diane Steverlynck for Limited Edition.

Designed by Diane Steverlynck, DOTS is the result of her fascination with textural surfaces, functionality and the industrial process. The carpet is made of felted wool balls assembled together to form 56 x 56cm tiles. As such this fabulous carpet can be extended to fill a room of any size or add extra oomph with a variety of colours. For those not yet familiar with the work of Belgian designer Steverlynck, be prepared for an amazing carpet solution that most decidedly the work of an artist with a degree in both visual arts and textile design from La Cambre National School of Visual Arts in Brussels. She has also a solid background as an interior designer andDots unique qualities are largely an extension of her experience in creating unique environments.

Samples are now available for viewing at the De Poortere showroom.

For all enquiries:
Ph: (02) 9318 1166