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Australian Women’s Weekly NZ - - CONTENTS -

Home com­forts in artis­tic and prac­ti­cal style catch Mar­sha Smith’s eye this month.

IN LOVE WITH IN­DIGO

Slip into dream­land in this beau­ti­ful bed­li­nen from

Aura. Cre­ated by Tra­cie El­lis, the sim­ple, yet so­phis­ti­cated range fea­tures fab­rics that not only ap­peal to the eye but feel fab­u­lous as well. Our pick from her stun­ning se­lec­tion is this lush Mai­son in­digo linen. A must-have colour this sea­son, in­digo is ver­sa­tile and rich, giv­ing depth and warmth to your bed­room. Aura bed­ware is avail­able from www.lit­tleeclec­tic.co.nz.

ARTIST’S FLAIR

Pop­u­lar in the 1950s and 60s,

renowned artist Vladimir Tretchikoff’s art­work has been

re­vived on these ex­quis­ite dig­i­tally printed cush­ions. Team them with one or two cush­ions in com­ple­men­tary plain shades to add vi­brance and colour to your home’s

seat­ing ar­range­ment.

ENLIGHTENED

LIGHT FITTINGS CAN BE LIKE SCULP­TURAL WORKS OF ART. THEY CAN SERVE AS THE FOCAL POINT OF A ROOM, EN­HANC­ING THE SPACE BY CASTING A VA­RI­ETY OF IN­TER­EST­ING SHAPES AND SHAD­OWS ONTO SUR­ROUND­ING WALLS AND CEILINGS. THIS MOD­ERN PA­PER HANG­ING LAMPSHADE FROM MAY­TIME HAS A WON­DER­FUL AR­CHI­TEC­TURAL FEEL WITH ITS PRE­CI­SION FOLDS AND STRUC­TURE. IT’S A DEF­I­NITE STATE­MENT PIECE.

CORK CRAZE

From place­mats to vases, nat­u­ral cork is a trendy ac­cent that looks great as well as pro­tect­ing your much loved fur­ni­ture sur­faces. Prac­ti­cal as well as stylish – what more

could we want?

Tretchikoff’s Miss Wong and

Zulu Girl cush­ion cov­ers, $100 each. www.homage.co.nz.

De­sign no.8 pa­per lampshade,

$142. www.may­time.co.nz

Citta Muster round cork

place­mat, $10. www.thomass.co.nz Cork tealight holder, $8. www.free­dom­fur­ni­ture.co.nz

Ceramic cork vase, $26. www. green­with­envy.

co.nz

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