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The House Proud Edit

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SPRING has well and truly sprung in the Southern hemisphere, but it’s not all about balmy evenings and Aperol Spritz(s?). Nope. This is the season for preening, cleaning and organising at home – a task we find strangely appealing!

We’ve scoured our favourite suppliers for this stellar edit of home organisation and cleaning products, in partnership with Miele.

30th October, 2017

Our House Proud Edit! From left to right: Yamazaki Tosca Storage Basket from Father Rabbit ($65.00), Stelton Rig Tig Dishy Dish Rack Grey from Make Designed Objects ($109.95), Stelton Rig Tig Sweep It Dustpan & Broom from Make Designed Objects ($59.95), Marimekko Towel – Guest Unikko Bk & Sand from Make Designed Objects ($17.95), Hay Laundry Basket from Hay Shop Sydney ($99.00), Mini Handy Micro Duster from MUJI ($7.95), PP Carry box from MUJI ($15.95), Essey Bin Bin Waste Paper Basket in Black from Make Designed Objects ($59.95), Ezy Bucket from Bunnings ($6.50), Ferm Living Hermann clothes airer black from Design Stuff ($399.00). Kingfisher Agra Knot Rug by Armadillo and Co. Photo – Eve Wilson, styling – Lucy Feagins and Nat Turnbull, styling assistant – Ashley Simonetto.

The House Proud Edit. From left to right: VIPP Broom and Dustpan from CULT ($124.00), Normann Ballo Toilet Brush Grey from Make Designed Objects ($104.95), ‘Onyx Ladder’ from Sly ($895.00), Muuto restore basket sand from Top 3 ($155.00), HAY He She It towel from CULT and Hay Shop Sydney ($85.00), Blizzard CX1 Vacuum by Miele (from $699.00), VIPP Pedal Office Bin from CULT ($678.00). Kingfisher Agra Knot Rug by Armadillo and Co. Photo – Eve Wilson, styling – Lucy Feagins and Nat Turnbull, styling assistant – Ashley Simonetto.

The House Proud Edit. From left to right: Marimekko Towel – Guest Unikko Bk & Sand from Make Design Object ($17.95), Hay Laundry Basket from Hay Shop Sydney ($99.00). Blizzard CX1 Vacuum by Miele (from $699.00). Kingfisher Agra Knot Rug by Armadillo and Co. Photo – Eve Wilson, styling – Lucy Feagins and Nat Turnbull, styling assistant – Ashley Simonetto.

The House Proud Edit. From left to right: Scourer sponge from Bunnings (approx $5.00), VIPP Soap Dish from CULT ($106.00), VIPP Broom and Dustpan from CULT ($124.00), VIPP Container from CULT ($106.00). Kingfisher Agra Knot Rug by Armadillo and Co. Photo – Eve Wilson, styling – Lucy Feagins and Nat Turnbull, styling assistant – Ashley Simonetto.

The House Proud Edit. From left to right: Blizzard CX1 Vacuum by Miele (from $699.00), Redecker Replacement dishwashing brush head from Father Rabbit ($7.50), Verso Design koppa 2pc storage set large from Top 3 ($359.00), Luxe House Cleaner from Top 3 ($14.00), Hunter Lab Hand and Body Wash 500ml from Design Stuff ($38.00),  Miss Glass Home Clothes Airer Rack #3 from Design Stuff ($398.00), Marimekko Towel – Hand Varvunraita Black from Make Designed Objects ($39.95), Verso Design Latsu Oversixed Basket Black Leather from Design Stuff ($89.00), Normann Dust Pan & Broom in dark grey from Make Designed Objects ($49.95). Kingfisher Agra Knot Rug by Armadillo and Co. Photo – Eve Wilson, styling – Lucy Feagins and Nat Turnbull, styling assistant – Ashley Simonetto.

The House Proud Edit. From left to right: Blizzard CX1 Vacuum by Miele (from $699.00), Redecker Replacement dishwashing brush head from Father Rabbit ($7.50), Verso Design koppa 2pc storage set large from Top 3 ($359.00), Luxe House Cleaner from Top 3 ($14.00), Hunter Lab Hand and Body Wash 500ml from Design Stuff ($38.00). Kingfisher Agra Knot Rug by Armadillo and Co. Photo – Eve Wilson, styling – Lucy Feagins and Nat Turnbull, styling assistant – Ashley Simonetto.

The House Proud Edit. From bottom to top, Simon Says stool by Dowel Jones ($300.00), Yamazaki Tosca Storage Basket from Father Rabbit ($65.00), Ash Dust Box with Lid from MUJI ($49.95), Ostrich Feather Duster White from Father Rabbit ($95.00). Photo – Eve Wilson, styling – Lucy Feagins and Nat Turnbull, styling assistant – Ashley Simonetto.

The House Proud Edit. From left to right:  Miss Glass Home Clothes Airer Rack #3 from Design Stuff ($398.00), Skvalpa Dustpan / Broom from Ikea ($9.99), VIPP Pedal Bin from CULT ($517.00), Ostrich Feather Duster White from Father Rabbit ($95.00), Simon Says stool by Dowel Jones ($300.00), Ash Dust Box with Lid from MUJI ($49.95), Blizzard CX1 Vacuum by Miele (from $699.00). Byzantine Agra Knot Rug by Armadillo and Co. Photo – Eve Wilson, styling – Lucy Feagins and Nat Turnbull, styling assistant – Ashley Simonetto.

Have you EVER searched in vain for a good-looking kitchen bin? How about a laundry basket that you don’t mind displaying proudly in the bedroom? We’ve got you covered.

We’ve scoured our favourite stores and local suppliers for this stellar edit of home organisation and cleaning products, that you won’t mind spending your Saturday mornings with!

For this round-up, we’ve partnered with Miele, whose new Blizzard CX1 bagless vacuum offers powerful cleaning,  and a supremely streamlined silhouette. Re-organising the laundry, cleaning out the kitchen pantry, and finally vacuuming under the bed never looked more enticing!

This month you could win 1 of 2 Miele Blizzard CX1 bagless vacuum cleaners – simply follow @mieleaustralia on Instagram and enter here.

Miele’s Blizzard CX1 vacuum cleaner incorporates innovative Vortex technology to produce a powerful cleaning result. Certified suitable for allergy sufferers, the stirring up of dust when emptying the dust container is kept to a minimum, enabling hygienic emptying. Find out more at www.mieleblizzard.com.au

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