Home' Scoop Homes and Art : Insite 24 Autumn 2010 Contents FASHIONABLE FINDS
First her designs found their way into your wardrobe, and
now Kristy Lawrence and her label Flannel are taking
over the home with a new range of wares guaranteed to
seduce you into staying indoors. We love the touch-me
textures of rabbit fur, wool and cashmere cushions and
silk, silk velvet and jersey quilts and throws (perfect for the
bedroom to the living room). Plus, check out the new hues
(Sea Spray, Stone and Co ee) in Mud Australia's ceramic
desert and serving bowls and plates. If you love Flannel's
new 2010 range, then you'll love the latest Mud buys, which
encapsulate Kristy's personal design philosophy of simple
beauty with its nature-inspired palette and focus on natural
fibres and textures. Flannel, 48 Napoleon Street, Cot tesloe,
(08) 9286 1161, and 90 Angelo Street, South Per th, (08)
9368 0700, flannel.com.au.
Here's a bit of functional art for you -- Protea, by Tim
Whiteman, is a lighting range that 's big on craftsmanship.
But that's hardly surprising; Tim has two decades of design
and experience under his belt. He drew his inspiration for
the Protea from his fascination with shapes, layers and
patterns, and designed the first in the series, the Protea 1,
so it can be assembled to create a personalised look. It's
available in laminated European beech timber, is made
from 100 percent recyclable polypropylene and arrives flat
packed ready for you to install. Our tip? Make a statement
with a grouping of lights in a mix of solid or transparent
colours. Which room are you hanging yours in?
Midland Atelier (08) 9226 2799, midlandatelier.com.
Protea, by Tim Whiteman, in
timber and polypropylene, and
available in micro, small, medium,
large and huge (on request).
Flannel's divine silk pillows and
throws; LEFT: Mud's new hues.
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