I’ve not done a round up post for a while, so I thought i’d pop a cheeky one together conclude this week’s blog offerings. This time it’s pieces from La Redoute (you know how I love that place). Up first is the Orbiana Table.
With it’s tapered, mid-century line, the Orbiana sits up to eight people. But it also has a little extra up its sleeve.
The Orbiana table desk. An ingenious large dining room table with contemporary lines for up to 8 guests. Its fold-down leaves provide 2 workspaces.
Simply fold back one or two of the leaves held in place by antique brass hinges and you’ve got a work space you can tidy away in about 30 seconds. Worth looking at if you’re on the hunt for a living/dining/work space solution.
Next up are cushion covers.
Admittedly, they’re not going to change the world, but they come in cool colours and have Pom Poms on, something i’m a bit obsessed with at the moment. In fact, I made my joiner (the one who did our banister) buy the mustard and grey ones.
Large decorative tassle in the centre. In cotton velour.
Moving on from cushion covers we take the obvious side step towards cutlery. But not any old set. No, mate….
…it’s matt, black stainless steel and it’s sexy as hell. And I want the set right here right now. But for some reason they don’t have the knives on the site at the moment.
I’m hoping the knives arrive soon as this is something I could very easily see winging its way into my cutlery draw.
Sold in sets of four, starting at £23
From cutlery to hanging rails. These transitions sure are smooth today, no?
Another hanging rail that will be making its way into a project soon. Nice eh?
It comes in an oak and copper finish or walnut and black. Personally, I prefer the walnut finish with black details. I’m so predictable. Standing at only 146cm tall it’s perfect for adding hanging space in loft bedrooms with eaves or even a children’s room so your little people can tidy up after themselves. Wishful thinking I know.
Next up, plates. Which clearly should have been after cutlery. Honestly, i’d go home right now, if I wasn’t here already.
Driskol Ceramic Plates and Serving Dish
Well, I just like these. And I wish we had the kind of kitchen that could store fancy plates and dinner sets for special occasions, but we don’t. But if we did, I would have these in a heart beat.
The contemporary multi-coloured design of the Driskol serving dish and its high edged style will add a real touch of character to your kitchen.
And last but not least. Because I saw another table I really liked just before I finished writing this post….
Oh how I love this look. Look at that big, chunky solid oak, black cross bar running through the metal frame. Again, if we had a bigger house (or an extension!) i’d be snapping this right up.
Elphége oblong table designed by Emmanuel Gallina exclusively for AM.PM…. For him, it’s all about elegance, prominence and simplicity, with clear attention to detail when it comes to design, shape and practicality.
And that, everyone is that. I hope there’s a few things that tickle your fancy here today. Let me know what you think on this bright and sunny Thursday.