Design news and reviews.
1 In-house designers and stylists at Domo handpicked each product in the company’s new homewares collection, from mirrors to soft furnishings. Shown below is the chic ‘Studio Green’ vase, $65. domo.com.au
2 Danish design house Hay has collaborated with Ikea to produce the ‘Ypperlig’ range. Directional design pieces starting at $25. ikea.com.au
3 The founders of L&M Home and Tribe have joined forces in Fjord+Co, a new retail destination for furniture, rugs, textiles and accessories. 913 High Street, Armadale, Victoria. @fjordandco
4 Takingg its name and inspiration from a great- grandmother of the company p y ffounders, Linen House’s new Grace brand offffers ff classically elegant g bedding g and homewares. Silver- thread detailing g elevates this cotton q quilt cover set, from $270. linenhouse. com. au
5 Australian firm Arkie makes custom fronts and tops that can easily be applied to Ikea’s ‘Metod’ cabinets, a designer solution at very reasonable prices. Each piece is handmade from durable birch ply, with the option of linoleum finishes to resist fingerprints and dust. Available in versatile, neutral colours plus a choice of handle options. Pictured below is a cabinet with natural plywood front and top in laminated ply, from $1400. arkiedesigns.com.au
6 Star designer Tom Dixon has rescaled and made over a classic for today’s smaller homes. His ‘Micro Wingback’ chair (above) is customisable in a range of fabrics and leg options, from $3278. dedece.com