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I have always admired the quilted trend. The craft of quilting has utilitarian roots that date back to the Crusades, but as far as fashion history is concerned, it all began with Chanel’s iconic 2.55 bag. Quilted fabric gives objects […]READ MORE
Black has always been one of my favourite colours. The colour resonates in many of our products, but the black metal trend is hardly new. In fact, medieval nobility were the first to use wrought iron as decorative accents in their homes. […]READ MORE
From the catwalk to the sidewalk, and hair to homeware, the style-conscious have taken a major shine to the faded trend. I associate it with low-maintenance and a casual, carefree style, the emergence of this trend ties in perfectly with […]READ MORE
It can be hard to stand out in our homogenous Western society, with its proliferation of blue jeans and flat-pack furniture. Yet in spite of the relentless march of modernity, Planet Earth is still a wild place. From the mountains […]READ MORE
This week all eyes are on Stockholm Furniture Fair 2015, as the design community honours Ilse Crawford for her indelible impact on contemporary design.READ MORE
The colourful baskets now at Weylandts are such vivid reminders of our travels in Vietnam last year. Entering into the sprawling markets of ancient cities like Hoi An and Hanoi sets the senses alight. The colours, the smells, the noisy natter of bargaining filling the air.READ MORE