Turn your house into a home with these five newly released homeware which are beautiful yet functional.
5 October 2018
Text by Vanitha Pavapathi
Interior design is important, but having the right homeware that serves you well and reflects your personality is equally as important, if not more. We’ve picked our favourite five this month to add to your homeware collection. It helps that they won’t break your bank too.
Easily mistaken as a decor piece, this compact beauty is perfect for those who have green thumbs. Its long, skinny spout makes it easy to water even the smallest of potted plants. Not to mention, its white body and gold handle lend an understated luxe look to an otherwise utilitarian object.
Available at IKEA
Jaime Hayon brings a sense of playfulness into everything he creates and these oak wood sculptures he designed for Fritz Hansen are no exception. Each sculpture tells a story. One reveals a petite built-in vase for a single, small flower stem when the tiny hat on top is tipped; while the other can be used to store jewellery.
Available at Fritz Hansen
Smeg’s new collection of small appliances developed in collaboration with foremost Italian fashion house, Dolce & Gabbana is absolute homeware goals. Be transported to Sicily every time you make toast using the 2-slice toaster, as traditional Sicilian motifs and colourful patterns adorn the appliance. Aptly named Sicily is my Love, the collection is proudly made in Italy, and includes a kettle and citrus juicer.
Available at Smeg
Display your wines in style with this geometric wine rack made from slim iron rods, which are hand welded into place. The rack lends a contemporary artful presence to the kitchen countertop, wine cabinet or bar. Available in copper and gold finish, this versatile rack may be positioned vertically or horizontally.
Available at Crate & Barrel
Designed by Danish architect Eva Harlou, Handle vase offers an original yet functional way of arranging flowers. The vase is hand blown in borosilicate glass and rests elegantly on a foot of FSC certified oak, that allows the play of flower positioning. The handle also makes it possible for the vase to hang in displays and decorative setups.
Available at Made & Make
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