The Endless Summer collection by Australian furniture and homewares brand Mocka, brings the essence of the Aussie summers indoors. It caters to the entire home, from living and dining to master bedroom, nursery and kids’ bedrooms, showcasing furniture and decor that celebrates warm tones, natural materials and organic lines inspired by nature.
Kate Lewis, creative lead, says: “For those trying to achieve an endless summer aesthetic in their home all year round, you should consider what summer means to you and embrace these elements through design. Think about materials and textures like soft natural lines, hand woven rattans and natural, timber look finishes.”
Let’s delve deeper into some of the highlight pieces.
The Blair Buffet offers both storage and style through a timeless Japandi inspired design, with a tubular legged and clean lined finish that would suit any home. The piece’s light, natural wooden tones offer an inviting warmth to any space and is perfect for up-styling to showcase the personal flair of your home.
Leon dining range
The Leon range is styled as an elegant centrepiece for your home, celebrating a natural grained finish and sleek coastal style. The Leon 6-Seater Dining Table paired with the Leon Occasional Chairs, offers a compact setup that is suitable for smaller spaces, yet capable of seating the whole family.
The Canyon range
The Canyon range brings together woven rattan textures with the interior trend of curved arches. Available in a range of furnishings including bedside tables, drawers, buffet and entertainment units, as well as cabinets, this design is a delightful way to add a warm, organic style to your living spaces.
Last but not least, the Torrance Rattan Occasional Chair, with soft textured linen upholstered seating and quality rattan detail. This stylish accent chair is the perfect extra seating to add a touch of laidback, resort style to your space.
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