Dedicated to Design: July 2023
EDITOR’S PICKS I PHOTO: PRESS LOFT
As we all seek a greater connection to the natural world post-covid, the influence of natural treasures such as minerals, marble and stone can effectively ground our living spaces. These materials add an understated element of luxury, but when used on a larger scale they can create an air of tranquillity throughout the home. Get inspired with our selection of products from Germany, Austria and Switzerland below.
A small antique plant pot made from clay made in the 20th century. The antique pots vary slightly in colour, size and shape. £95.
This set of two dinner plates is perfect for serving a home-cooked dinner, luncheon or for layering up ceramics for a beautiful table display. The organically round plate features a textural grey-blue background with a striking band that echoes the round shape. £30.
Presenting the Eveline Table, a sublime creation from the Katie Fischer Collection, made from marble. Handcrafted with precision and artistry in Turkey, this distinctive side table seamlessly fuses function and form, adding an aura of sophistication to any space. £777.
This exclusive side table has a timeless look thanks to the beautiful material used. Made from Verde Guatemala marble, it is sure to outlast not only all of us but also generations to come. £PoA.
The Eden Stone Vessel Sink is inspired by the shape of a tree stump. This beautiful, irregularly shaped piece is carved from the finest marble and will beautify any bathroom. £PoA.
Is there a decorative light with a positive effect on health? Indeed, because the lamp made of Himalayan salt looks very decorative in the living room as a salmon-coloured lump. £34.
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