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Bonnie And Neil's Nostalgic New 'Goldie' Collection, Plus 2 x $1000 Giveaways!

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We’re all dipping into the archives of our memories to get us through the rest of the year, and Bonnie and Neil are going one step further to help reset the mood.

Their latest collection, Goldie, is dripping in nostalgia, transporting us straight back to summer days gone by.

To help let the good times roll, we’ve teamed up with the homewares aficionados on an Insta competition for 2 x $1000giveaway vouchers to spend online with Bonnie and Neil on *selected pieces from the Goldie collection!

13th September, 2021

Photography – Stephanie Rooney. Styling – Karina van de Pol.

Photography – Stephanie Rooney. Styling – Karina van de Pol.

Photography – Stephanie Rooney. Styling – Karina van de Pol.

Photography – Stephanie Rooney. Styling – Karina van de Pol.

Photography – Stephanie Rooney. Styling – Karina van de Pol.

Photography – Stephanie Rooney. Styling – Karina van de Pol.

Photography – Stephanie Rooney. Styling – Karina van de Pol.

First of all, pop on this sun-soaked playlist to set the mood. Welcome to Goldie – the lates collection from Bonnie and Neil!

Centred around vintage-inspired designs, Goldie channels the best bits of classic Australian beach house styling for modern home life: think petite meadow florals, abundant fruit prints, hand drawn patterns and classic beachy stripes.

‘Our new season colour palette celebrates the long days and warm nights of summer by introducing sage green, golden yellow, petal pink and chocolate brown complemented by sunset hues and earthy tones’, says designer Bonnie Ashley. The new collection sees all the Bonnie and Neil classics including a huge range of cushions, and an expanded tabletop range. As well as tablecloths and napkins, Goldie features hand woven cotton and abaca placemats, salad servers, teaspoons, and some fab new bedding inspired by heirloom pieces.

To help Bonnie and Neil launch this new collection, we’ve teamed up for a giveaway of 2 x $1000 vouchers for two lucky TDF readers, to spend online on *selected pieces from the ‘Goldie’ range!

Check out our competition Insta post HERE for all the deets – entries are open NOW and will close at 5pm AEST on Sunday, September 19th, and winners will be announced at 10am AEST on Monday, September 20th on the TDF Insta stories. Good luck!⁠⁠ ⁠⁠

Please be aware that there are some spam accounts out there, so be careful! If you’re a winner you will be DMd directly by @thedesignfiles and announced shortly after on our Instagram stories.

*selected pieces include cushions, tablecloths, napkins, placemats, throws and pillowcases. 

Our giveaway with Bonnie and Neil is open from 4pm on Monday, September 13th and closes at 5pm on Sunday, September 19th. Winners will be announced at 10am on Monday, September 20th via the TDF Instagram stories.

Check out the Ts + Cs for the giveaway here.

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