Online shopping is becoming the preferred way to shop these days, thanks to its convenience and ease of use, and the competitive prices. We’ve shopped around and picked out some fab finds from these e-stores. Check them out!
19 July 2017
#1 Eclipse lamp by Objekto ($248), from Stylodeco
The Eclipse lamp lets you illuminate your space, just the way you want, by adjusting into various shapes and positions and throwing light in different directions. Designed by Brazilian Mauricio Klabin, the lamp is part of the permanent collection in New York’s Museum of Modern Art.
#2 Menu Afternoon lounge chair (starts at $1,800), from Bibliotek
If you’re looking for a comfy and lightweight chair, than this leather-upholstered lounge chair fits the bill. Its curvy silhouette makes a statement in any room. Available in cognac, burgundy and black.
#3 Wave plates (starts at $25), from Eat & Sip
Bring a beach-inspired vibe to your tabletop with this series of Wave plates by designer Amelia Kingston. The gold lustre of the blue wave motifs will surely add shine to any table setting.
#4 Bowl side tables by Mater (starts at $670), from Inhabitant
Nature lovers will be pleased to note that these tripod tables are made from sustainably harvested Indian mango wood and milled steel rods. They come in three sizes and three finishes, offering great versatility for use as coffee, side or bedside tables.
#5 Personalised cutlery, (starts at $21.90), from All Things Deco
Make everyday meals a special affair with these personalised cutlery sets. Made from stainless steel, each set comes engraved with your choice of words. We must say they make good housewarming gifts, too.
The full story can be found in Lookbox Living issue #52, “The Digital Revolution”. Grab your copy now from newsstands.
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