1. TS Makers
Breadboards need not be merely geometric and utilitarian. TS Makers wooden serving boards are like gentle, giant puzzle pieces perfect for everyday use or special occasions.
Handmade by a husband-and-wife duo in Sydney, each design is made from reclaimed Australian timbers including blue gum, brush box, yellow gum, ironbark, jarrah and spotted gum.
Shop the TS Makers range here.
2. Nicole Lawrence
Alongside lighting pieces, industrial designer Nicole Lawrence makes curvy, colourful steel furniture from her Northcote workshop. Her signature ‘Smooth’ shelf comes in seven different colours (plus a custom option!) and at least three sizes.
Just a few weeks ago, the designer launched a series of curvaceous two-tone vases in collaboration with florist, Hattie Molloy.
See Nicole’s wavy shelves here.
3. Oscar Piccolo
It’s not often that we feature an international designer, but Oscar Piccolo’s Lampada Cappello is so good how could we not? Plus, it’s in every covetable space right now.
The designer is based between London and Sicily, his curved iron bases (crafted by a metalworker in Palermo) topped with a pleated shade are the stuff of Instagram legend. And for good reason!
See more about Oscar Piccolo here.
When we featured these piped Kitaboodle cushions in the home of Curated Spaces projects manager Leah Holt, they sold out immediately. And we can see why!
The scalloped edged pillows come in a range of alternating colourways such as powder blue and biscuit, blush pink and olive green, and cherry red and washed linen. And there are napkin sets to match!
The next drop is available for pre-order here.