From Jen’s desk: what’s new in homewares: April 2024

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From Jen’s desk: what’s new in homewares: April 2024

I’m a little late with my April roundup because that ‘pinch, punch, first of the month’ came around way too quickly! Happy May and here’s my roundup of what caught my eye last month. Enjoy!

There’s lots of new Sage & Clare resin pieces at Jumbled and I’d happily take it all! Gorgeous! The Medina Platter is a great size for sharing and the Kabrina Bowl is definitely the statement salad bowl you never knew you needed! They even have gorgeous resin keyrings too!

Olive et Oriel’s new art from Julie Celina is the perfect blend of quiet luxury that also brings a burst of character into the room. Julie’s art is an ode to her as an artist, plant lover and dirt-worshipper. She works from her plant-filled studio on the quaint and beautiful island, Fanø, on the Danish west coast whilst drinking several pots of tea a day! All prints are made in Australia.

Castlery’s Marlow Performance Bouclé 3 seater sofa is now available in Performance Ginger, a gorgeous warm tone for autumn and beyond! I’ve seen this performance fabric in action and it’s seriously spill-resistant! $3,447 and in stock now.

The Navi Home X Robert Gordon Ceramics Collection is a new bespoke collaboration that seamlessly marries culinary arts with the craftsmanship of ceramics, elevating the at-home dining experience to that of a fine dining establishment. Bobby Gordon, creative director of the Robert Gordon Pottery and Julian Hills, head chef at Restaurant Navi, have created something really beautiful together. While most know Julian for his coveted 32-seat fine diner, Navi, and his title of Good Food Chef of the Year 2023, he is a Fine Arts graduate and accomplished potter. Now people can take home a piece of Navi for themselves. From $122 for a set of four side plates.

Australian social enterprise Thankyou have launched a premium range of glass forever bottles. They quickly sold out but they’ve promised us more are coming soon! The luxury collection, designed in a tastefully minimalist style, is available in Frosted Glass and Charcoal Glass, costs from $17.95 to $27.95 and can be purchased online with the deodorant glass Forever Bottle range also available in-store at Coles. 

The new Zen Balance collection at Kave Home has some gorgeous pieces including the Martina Sofa in off-white boucle ($5999). It showcases distinctive curved silhouettes and 100% recycled fleece upholstery, achieving a harmonious blend of comfort and style.

suki.collective is a new Brisbane brand offering 100% French flax linen bedding and robes, dreamt up and designed in Australia and crafted by a family textile company in India. Their signature collection includes, flat sheets, fitted sheets, pillowcases, duvet covers and robes. Complementing this are thoughtfully sourced décor pieces and natural Australian botanical body care products. “At suki.collective, we believe that your home should be a sanctuary that nurtures happiness and wellbeing,” say the founders. Inspired by the concept of ‘suki,’ meaning “to like, to love” in multiple languages, the brand invites customers to fall in love with a curated collection of homewares that seamlessly blends style, functionality, and inspiration.

Heatherly Designs’ relaunched euro chic Giselle bedhead is seen here in Para Mustard Linen and trimmed in a sophisticated stud detail. From $1,750 for a Queen in your choice of fabric.

Miss Amara’s TUMBLECO Rugs are pet, housemate and child friendly, meticulously handcrafted to resist spills and stains. Just spot clean or throw them in the washing machine! The range features diverse designs, from modern minimalist to richly textured options, ensuring a fit for every home aesthetic and personal style. With prices starting from just $199 for smaller area rugs, free shipping and returns, updating your space for winter warmth has never been easier. 

LG’s new Slim French Door Fridge range is now available locally, featuring eight new models. Combining cutting-edge technology and smart, space efficient design, the new releases include two 5-Star Energy rated models. Featuring a slender 835mm profile, designed to fit into alcoves as narrow as 850mm wide, the lineup offers generous storage capacity – meaning Australians will not sacrifice on storage for a fridge to fit their space.

I hope you enjoyed this month’s roundup!

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