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New Furniture and Homewares from Sarah Ellison

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Like so many creatives we feature, stylist and designer Sarah Ellison has navigated her way through many different career paths.

After working for many years as a senior stylist for one of Australia’s leading home and interiors printed publications, Real Living, Sarah’s latest venture is a seriously impressive and diverse range of furniture and homewares. One of everything, please!

1st November, 2017

Key pieces Sarah Ellison’s new furniture line, ‘A New Wave’.  Photo – courtesy of Sarah Ellison.

The Chub table and Lunar vase. Photo – courtesy of Sarah Ellison.

The Alva Chair next to Mirrored Plinth and adjacent to the Jay Table. Photo – courtesy of Sarah Ellison.

A classic silhouette, the Zee chair. Photo – courtesy of Sarah Ellison.

The Zee chairs sitting around The Stacey table. Photo – courtesy of Sarah Ellison.

The Somer side table. Photo – courtesy of Sarah Ellison.

The 70s inspired Jay table. Photo – courtesy of Sarah Ellison.

The Chub table. Photo – courtesy of Sarah Ellison.

Stylist and designer Sarah Ellison with pieces from her latest collection, ‘The New Wave’. Photo – courtesy of Sarah Ellison.

Bowie vase, Blaze vase and Lunar vase. Photo – courtesy of Sarah Ellison.

Setting Sun mirror in Silver, Mirrored Plinth in Blush and Lunar Vase. Photo – courtesy of Sarah Ellison.

Blaze, Bowie and Lunar vases. Photo – courtesy of Sarah Ellison.

Mirrored Plinths in Rust. Photo – courtesy of Sarah Ellison.

Sally Tabart
Wednesday 1st November 2017

Starting her career in the fashion industry and then transitioning into the world of interiors, Sarah Ellison has had access to and influence from the very best in the biz. With a lingering hunger to make leftover from her fashion days, the next step for Sarah was to bring her dream furnishings into reality, by designing them herself.

‘When it comes to being creative I would happily try my hand at anything,’ says Sarah – and she’s certainly working her way through the list of ‘anything’! With a line of light-hearted, contemporary wallpaper under her belt, Sarah’s latest range of homewares spans from sculptural, ceramic vases to a large, 100% linen sofa with feather cushions.

In her latest collection, ‘The New Wave’, Sarah offers her unique take on an urban, beachy lifestyle, featuring 10 key pieces, including a 70s-style terrazzo slab top with chunky, white powder-coated base. ‘I wanted to show people that coastal interiors don’t all have to be white linen and bleached woods,’ Sarah explains, ‘you can also incorporate materials and textures that are contemporary and luxe.’

‘The New Wave’ furniture and homewares collection has JUST launched (as in, today) and is available via Sarah’s website!

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