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.
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
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.
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,
Citta Muster round cork
placemat, $10. www.thomass.co.nz Cork tealight holder, $8. www.freedomfurniture.co.nz
Ceramic cork vase, $26. www. greenwithenvy.