MANDALA NO.1 by Willowlamp

Honestly, this is one of the most fascinating chandeliers I have ever seen. Inspired by the sacred geometry found in Islamic patterns, South African lighting company Willowlamp has created a collection of light fixtures from laser-cut stainless steel frames…

Tigmi Trading

If you’re as passionate about Moroccan textiles as I am, you’ll want to bookmark Tigmi Trading. Stat. In addition to a vast selection of kilims and Boucherouite, Beni Ourain, and Azilal rugs, the Australian based company has…

Ha’veli House

After starting her own design business nearly 10 years ago, importing earthy...

Breeze Blocks

I am all kinds of obsessed with breeze blocks right now. Hollow cement blocks have been commonly used as essential building materials for the load-bearing walls of structures since the 1930s. It wasn’t until the…

Basket Lighting

I am happy to say I have a new lighting obsession. The more and more I see cane, wicker, woven Abaca, and rattan basket lighting, the more I find myself trying to figure out how…

Wishbone Chairs

In 1944, inspired by Chinese chairs from the Ming Dynasty, Danish furniture designer Hans J. Wegner designed the Wishbone Chair, his most successful design of all time. To this day, the Carl Hansen & Son factory continues…

A Tiny Seaside Cabin

Architects Emil Humbert and Christophe Poyet were faced with a challenge when renovating a seaside cabin, located on the Italian Riviera between Bordighera and San Remo. It was tiny. So small that it didn’t even have…

Black And White Right

For someone who lives by a “more is more” standard, I’m surprised how much I envy the minimalist vibe of this Sydney beachside home. Whitewashed floors seem to lure me in every time – they’re something I lust after often but could never have…

Finding The Right Antique Rug

Honestly, I must have been a rug dealer in a past life. Or at least that’s what I tell myself as the saga of rug hoarding continues in our household. My latest project? Our kitchen. I’ve been…