From the liv­ing room and kitchen to the bath­room and pa­tio, dress your home in style with these must-haves.

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Full of vin­tage, East-meets-West appeal, the ‘Wing Chair’ em­bod­ies Wey­landts’ com­mit­ment to qual­ity. Hand­crafted and wo­ven with nat­u­ral fi­bres in Cebu in the Philip­pines, the chair is as much a prac­ti­cal piece as it is a unique work of art. Visit wey­


This ‘060’ show­er­head looks a bit like a 1950s-style sun or star­burst mo­tif… then the ‘rain’ falls down on you in per­fect, pow­er­ful streams. Avail­able in pol­ished or brushed chrome, stain­less steel, nat­u­ral brass, sev­eral pow­der-coated fin­ishes and a va­ri­ety of sizes, there’s a Vola ‘060’ to suit all bath­rooms. To learn more, visit


With its beau­ti­ful mid-cen­tury de­sign and strik­ing colour, the ‘Astrid 2.0’ two-seater sofa would look right at home on the set of MadMen. Even bet­ter, it’s fully cus­tomis­able with your choice of fab­ric, tim­ber pol­ish and level of firm­ness; de­sign­fur­ni­


The ‘King Cove’ col­lec­tion de­liv­ers min­i­mal­ist style with mod­u­lar, wa­ter-re­sis­tant so­fas that can be con­fig­ured to suit any out­door space. Match it with ce­ramic or tim­ber ta­bles for a re­sort look that is ideal for drinks by the pool. For more, see kingliv­


Tap into in­no­va­tive de­sign with the ‘Aqua Ge­nius’, which can in­stan­ta­neously pour boil­ing, chilled, still or sparkling fil­tered wa­ter. Avail­able in a range of colours and fin­ishes, Billi’s Aus­tralian-made taps can be seam­lessly retro-fit­ted to en­hance your kitchen. Visit


Based on an iconic 1930s de­sign, the Angelucci 20th Cen­tury but­terf ly chair is a thing of beauty and sigh-re­leas­ing com­fort. Lo­cally made, the chair’s re­mov­able, in­ter­change­able and weather-re­sis­tant can­vas comes in a range of bold colours, and its stain­less-steel frames can be or­dered in black, white or raw. For de­tails, visit


Con­ceived by the renowned French de­signer Pa­trick Norguet, Fanuli’s ‘Colan­der’ din­ing chair is sum­mer-fur­ni­ture per­fec­tion. De­signed for both in­door and out­door use, the stack­able chair has a polypropy­lene plas­tic seat and back sup­ported by a die-cast alu­minium frame, mak­ing it easy to lift. And if it’s out in the rain, its colan­der-in­spired pat­tern of holes lets wa­ter drain from the seat. Find out more at


So­phis­ti­cated al­fresco din­ing is as­sured with the ‘Vivid’ out­door round table and din­ing chairs. De­signed to re­sist mould­ing and split­ting, the table­top is sus­tain­able bam­boo, while the chairs have iron frames, plas­tic lat­tice seats and bam­boo rests; do­may­neon­


Or­gan­ised by the Aus­tralian Gift & Home­wares As­so­ci­a­tion, the AGAH Syd­ney Gift Fairs is trade-show bliss for re­tail­ers, in­te­rior de­sign­ers and stylists. Thou­sands of brands will dis­play ranges across cat­e­gories in­clud­ing home, gift, kitchen, out­door, fash­ion, toys and ap­pli­ances. AGAH Syd­ney Gift Fairs is on at Syd­ney Olympic Park from 18–21 Fe­bru­ary, 2017. Reg­is­ter your spot now by check­ing out syd­ney­


In­spired by mar­ble’s nat­u­ral pat­terns, Cae­sar­stone’s new ‘Su­per­nat­u­ral’ sur­faces blend aes­thetic appeal with stain-, scratc­hand crack-re­sis­tant prop­er­ties. This White At­tica ver­sion fea­tures a pure white base in­ter­wo­ven with grey veins. Visit cae­sar­


Dish­washer tech­nol­ogy keeps ad­vanc­ing. Smeg has raised the bar with its ‘Di­a­mond’ se­ries, which fea­tures the world-first, en­ergy-ef­fi­cient planetary sash arm. Ro­tat­ing through two axes, this sin­gle arm achieves a re­mark­ably high-den­sity wash pat­tern that pro­duces spot­less re­sults with min­i­mal wa­ter con­sump­tion. A push-to-open, han­dle-free door is a high­light of its over­all smart and sleek de­sign. Visit


The phrase ‘op­por­tu­nity of a life­time’ is overused, but it cer­tainly ap­plies to the Palace of Versailles’ top arte­facts leav­ing France for the first time. Versailles: Trea­sures From the Palace is on at the Na­tional Gallery of Aus­tralia in Can­berra, from 9 De­cem­ber–17 April, 2017;

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