ESCAPE & cocoon
Human-scale nooks and hideaways to retreat to are an antidote to our increasingly fragmented day to day. Think intimate havens that feel cocooning, enveloping, designed for one (or two); a private place to check out from the hustle and bustle and tune in to our thoughts and senses. Freestanding shelves and plants are important as small space dividers.
Sage x Clare cushions, Greenhouse Interiors. Clockwise from top left Mug and plate, The Shelley Panton Store. Swing-rest hanging lounger by Daniel Pouzet for Dedon. Relaxation nook in a Sydney home. Elitis Raffia & Madagascar collection Cuba Libre wallpaper,
Seneca Textiles. Banquette with storage for lazy hours; framed semaphore flag. It’s Complicated cushion by Jessica Zoob. >
Creating a comfortable escape is an antidote to all the information we are processing during the day.