Home Time: Best Homewares and Interiors Finds for October 2015

Welcome to the October edition of Home Time. This month, I’ve rounded up a whole bunch of  interiors finds from up-and-coming designers and some of your favourite big brands. I’ve got all budgets and all styles covered, so let’s jump straight into it!

Squint Prints

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Another Studio

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Believe it or not, I first wrote about Another Studio on Checks and Spots in 2010! Well, they’re back with Lingum Fold, a striking new timber range that plays with geometric shapes and origami folds. Consisting of a pencil pot, vase, lampshade and bowls, Lingum Fold is produced in their London studio.


Country Road

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Country Road’s High Summer home collection has just dropped and it’s a beauty. Defined by washed-back hues and natural textures it is both lived-in yet understated. Some of my favourite finds are the linen bedding, marble vases and graphic cushions.


mistergoma Height Chart


mistergoma is the love child of Melbourne-based furniture maker Michael Virgona.

Michael has a passion for all things timber and takes pride in selecting beautiful pieces of recycled timber and breathing new life into them, creating a piece of furniture that will be loved by a new owner for years to come. His pieces are bespoke and some are one off. But his core range includes dining tables, stools, benches, day beds, coat racks – and my favourite, the mistergoma Height Charts. More than being a record of precious family memories, the Height Chart is the perfect statement piece for any room.




Images: Lightly 2015 / Photographer Lachlan Moore / Stylist Andrea Moore / Designer and Direction Cindy-Lee Davies


Lightly just turned ten and have launched Infinitude, their new SS15 collection. Honouring timeless simple ideas and celebrating the beauty of a limited palette, Infinitud,e explores contrasting materials including brass, copper, porcelain, soapstone and marble.


AURA by Tracie Ellis

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AURA by Tracie Ellis continues to grow their tableware offering with the introduction of sublimely tactile stoneware. Created using non-toxic materials, this range is lovingly made in Thailand by a family business who had a long tradition of producing quality, hire-fired stoneware.  Available as plates, bowls, trays and cups in a sought after palette of marshmallow, peppermint, pastel pink, graphite, coral and yellow.

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