Seed Heritage’s New Home Collection Is the Spring Refresh Your Home Needs

The shift from winter to spring brings with it new energy, and some much-needed inspiration to change things up at home – and Seed Heritage is celebrating all the best parts of spring with their latest homewares collection.

Think earthy toned ceramics, textured tableware, and natural-coloured bedlinen, designed with the idea of a spring refresh in mind!

Interior stylist Steve Cordony recently styled the award-winning Bismarck House by Andrew Burges Architects in Bondi, Sydney with the SS22 Home range, showcasing how these timeless pieces can bring a whole new energy to your space this season.

Christina Karras
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Seed Heritage‘s latest Home collection is perfectly light and bright for the warmer months ahead. Photo – Alana Landsberry

Photo – Alana Landsberry

Photo – Alana Landsberry

A look at the Seed’s ceramic tableware, produced in collaboration with Robert Gordon. Photo – Alana Landsberry

Photo – Alana Landsberry

Interior stylist Steve Cordony. Photo – Alana Landsberry

Christina Karras
12th of September 2022

Seed Heritage have been known for their classic wardrobe staples since the Australian brand launched in 2000. So, when the brand expanded into homewares earlier this year with a debut collection, it lived up to its reputation, with a new range of simple but sophisticated tableware, bedding, and soft furnishings.

Now as the seasons change, Seed’s SS22 Home range has launched to help breathe new life into our spaces for the warmer months ahead. They’ve collaborated with interior stylist Steve Cordony for their latest homewares campaign, styling these everyday pieces in this beautiful (and award-winning!) Bondi home, designed by Andrew Burges Architects.

Inspired by the blend of industrial and coastal textures of the property, Steve described the setting as beachy, with a contemporary twist. ‘The overall palette is neutral, but materials including recycled brick, concrete, rattan, linen, steel, glass, and timber make it feel warm and enveloping, perfect for the new season homewares,’ he says.

In the kitchen, Steve paired Seed’s earthy toned ceramics with the textured glass carafe and accompanying tumblers to create a lush tablescape. The range’s olive napkins and the Robert Gordon ceramics form a classic table setting, enhanced by pops of greenery in a playful floral arrangement.

Steve suggests grouping some of the collections’ everyday items to elevate your kitchen and living room. ‘Stacks of dinnerware, a chopping board leaning against the splashback, or tumblers neatly stacked in kitchen niches’ offers practicality, with a stylist’s eye, he adds.

Another one of Steve’s top tips for refreshing your home this spring is to mix and match your bedlinen. ‘I have my eyes firmly on the chunky knit throw, which is perfect for the change of season to re-style my bed, along with the natural flax coloured bedlinen set,’ he says.

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