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Shop Slick Homewares, Lamps + Designer Accessories For Father's Day With 10% Off From Cult!

Father's Day Favourites

In case you missed it, Father’s Day Favourites is our week-long edit of non-daggy, Dad-worthy gift ideas from some epic local businesses – complete with exclusive discount codes. Who’s up today? Luxury furniture and homewares retailer, Cult!

Cult is offering TDF readers 10% off accessories and table lamps. Just use the code TDFCULT at checkout, and you’re away! Offer ends Sunday, August 30th.

12th August, 2020

From left: Bits and Bobs container by HAY ($35). Sferico 4 glass by Karakter ($75). Sferico 6 glass by Karakter ($75). Cult Tower ($150). Marble light table lamp SV6 by &Tradition ($470). Art Direction – Annie Portelli. Styling – Lucy Feagins. Photo – Eve Wilson for The Design Files.

 

From left: Medium red perforated tray by HAY ($75). 14L white bin by Vipp ($870).

From left: Cult Tower ($150). Sferico 4 glass by Karakter ($75). Sferico 6 glass ($75). Art Direction – Annie Portelli. Styling – Lucy Feagins. Photo – Eve Wilson for The Design Files.

Cult Tower

CULT / $150
Lucy Feagins
Wednesday 12th August 2020

‘Danish brand Vipp has achieved God-like status in European design, and its minimal, well-engineered functional designs totally live up to the hype!’

Cult has been curating the slickest products from international and local designers for the best part of 20 years. They are also one of the most impressive local retailers putting Australian design on the map! So it makes sense that their range of sleek home accoutrements are always high on our list of covetable gift ideas.

You might laugh at me for telling you these rubbish bins are something of a religion in Europe but it’s true. Danish brand Vipp has achieved God-like status in European design, and its minimal, well-engineered functional designs totally live up to the hype! To complete the kitchen accessories set, Cult’s Vipp offering also includes an haute salt and pepper shaker set, porcelain espresso cups and a steel-lidded breadbox.

Or if your Dad enjoys a tipple, these seriously fancy Sferico glasses are the perfect find. They come in a range of distinctive shapes and sizes from wine goblet to champagne coupe.

And for an absolute fail-safe option, HAY is the brand to choose! Bringing together the best of Danish design tradition with contemporary style, HAY has gained cult status for its simple, colourful aesthetics. Affordable, playful and exceptionally designed, this matte finished portable lamp or perforated serving tray are the perfect understated additions to any space.  

The Cult Father’s Day Favourites offer :

10% off featured products is available for TDF readers now until August 30th. Use code TDFCULT at checkout!

Shop Cult now!

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