Column kitchens have rounded edges and come in both muted painted and natural wood finishes. They are characterised by long handles that extend from the bottom to the top of the cabinets.
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The three variants are Blues, Blooms and Bauhaus – the latter of which consists of muted primary colours.
The chair’s wooden base iteration is suitable for creating a cosy atmosphere and compliments the organic shape of the seat. It comes in various wooden finishes.
Italian brand Fiandre Architectural Surfaces has created a collection of single-tone tiles that provide a “colour pause” in interiors.
Balance tiles are made from durable, hygienic porcelain and are available in 14 earthy colourways.
The result of one of many collaborations between Australian designer Alexander Lotersztain and furniture brand Derlot, the Yeti table aims to provide an understated, timeless table for a range of interior uses.
Yeti tables come in two size and height formats and three natural wood finishes – natural or black-stained American oak or American walnut – that share the same round tabletop and wide legs.
Danish brand Eilersen worked with designers LAB 15 on a rounded, biomorphic chair that is informed by art-deco-era chairs from Cuba.
Havana lounge chairs centre around a pebble-shaped pouffe that comes with optional armrests, a backrest and an accompanying foot stool.
Spanish brand Porcelanosa has created a range of tiles with a ridged, textural profile.
The Nolita NYC tile collection comes in two patterns and two colourways, all of which aim to showcase the timelessness of marble.
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