We are so thrilled to finally share our most recent furniture shoot. Shot at the stunning Hiding House by JCB architects, the light streamed in the beautiful big windows and created the perfect canvas for our latest vintage design pieces.
We love to source interesting and rare vintage design furniture from classic mid-century pieces to unmistakeable 80’s kitsch. And then we love to combine it all in a vision of our own creative expression and we encourage you to do the same! Statement furniture pieces such as the 1980s Torso Armchair by Paolo Deganello sit alongside a 1960s Dutch Cleopatra daybed and artworks by contemporary Australian artists Kasper Raglus, Hannah Nowlan and Nicolette Johnson ceramics to create a room bursting with creativity and contrast.
Like Someone In Love, Original Painting by Kasper Raglus
Memphis Style Umbrella Stand in Metal, 1980s, Italy
Pull Down The Sun, Original Painting by Hannah Nowlan
Torso Armchair by Paolo Deganello for Cassina in Original Leather, 1982, Italy
Memphis Style Lamp with Multi Colour Flags, 1980s, Italy
Create your lounge room around your sofa. The Maralunga Sofa by Vico Magistretti is a modern design classic currently experiencing a resurgence and it’s no wonder why. Serious comfort and legitimate 70’s cool! Add original artwork by contemporary Australian artist Hannah Nowlan for a match made in heaven. Pair a Maralunga with furniture from the 50’s to now and see how it just works!
Sit around on these pieces and wax lyrical about the breathtaking Halabala Armchairs by Czechoslovakian designer Jindrick Halabala and the rare vintage Italian sofa in the style of Gio Ponti characterised by their bold curves and elegant lines. And if that isn’t enough to chew over, the cantilever glass table on a marble base is a sure conversation starter. Shop pieces worth talking about.
The timeless GE236 sofa by Hans Wegner is a classic of Danish mid-century furniture design. With the mindset of never having enough Hans Wegner the Flag Halyard Chair, a sculptural design sensation, creates a magnificent contrast when paired with the GE236. With designs by Hans Wegner why not collect them all!
A beautiful sideboard can do so many things. It should sit independently as a beautiful piece of furniture design to be admired. Atop it can sit your most treasured items, and don’t forget a lamp. Inside can conceal precious pieces used for special occasions or hide everyday games and electronics. Versatile in any room, this H.W. Klein vintage Danish sideboard has been restored to perfection and resonates with beauty.
Create a special spot at home to bask in the morning sun or relax with a book. Sit in your little nook and admire a specially selected original artwork or print.