For thousands of years, crystals have been revered for their spiritually healing properties and with today’s obsession with all things raw, organic and Namaste, it’s no wonder that crystals and natural stones are taking front, stage and centre. With raw finishes and imperfect cuts making a big impact, we love Anna by Rablabs spectacular gemological bookends that not only embody the wellness savvy generation of today, but add a feel-good ‘70s throwback ambiance to your home.
Mad et Len took our breathe away with its raw, earthy take on home fragrance. Offering a great mix of candles, natural rocks and scented oils in sleek black iron tins, there isn’t a more sophisticated way to scent your home. Another key trend to note: the use of decorative objects embedded with perfume oils for an indulgent take on interiors scenting.
Metallic continues its popularity as seen at Ghidini 1961 with the unveiling of its brass collection. The ‘Butterfly Coat Hanger’ and ‘Florida Bowl’, with its brass polish and rose gold finishing, are elegant additions to any metal-loving collector.
For those who love to entertain, the ‘Barrow’ by Konstantin Slawinski is an innovation to behold. A cross between wheelbarrow and grill - a handle turns the grill easily into a fire-pit - it is a game-changer for the hostess with the mostest and is perfect for upcoming summer soirées.
Native Union also revealed its collaboration with La Boîte Concept, an innovative modular Bluetooth speaker that delivers high-fidelity audio as well as a concealed charging port for all your devices in a smart and compact form.