Interior stylist Steve Cordony recently collaborated with Seed Heritage to decorate and personalise a period Mosman home on Sydney’s Lower North Shore, incorporating key pieces from the label’s new homewares range, including tableware, ceramics, bedding, and more.
In the living spaces, Steve mixed and matched tableware to form a layered dining setting. Brass metallic cutlery complements earthy-toned burgundy, flax, and pink dinnerware, creating a luxe, sophisticated scheme. ‘I loved styling the gorgeous organic vase with over-scale florals, to give height and drama to the space while introducing the gorgeous throws to add warmth and colour,’ Steve says.
In the bedroom, a chalk pink duvet cover and cushions matches an existing bed head, contrasting beautifully with the otherwise monochromatic interior. ‘It gives depth to the scheme and makes the bed feel layered,’ Steve says.
What Steve most appreciates about Seed’s home collection is its versatility and cohesion, able to be appreciated and used functionally across every room in the home.
‘For me, a successful homewares collection can be used across the bedroom, living, bath and kitchen to be able to work singularly in each space, but also holistically within the overall scheme of the home,’ Steve says. ‘The fact that you can use pieces from each category across many different spaces is my favourite thing about the collection.’
Shop Seed Heritage’s latest home collection in select Seed Heritage stores and online at seedheritage.com