Scrolling through Instagram, it's almost impossible to miss the instantly recognisable Marloe Marloe treasures that continue to adorn the spaces of some of Australia's most stylish homes. Recently, interior designer Rory James Carter told us he swears by the marvellously crafted pieces as the perfect way to restyle or redecorate your home. With each new collection, founder Marloe Morgan and her husband James have had us falling continuously head over heels, and the brand's latest drop, Resort 22, titled Canyon, is no exception.
We've come to love Marloe Marloe for the brand's rustic, artisanal approach to its timeless, signature ceramics – inspired wholly by the intricacies and inconsistencies of nature. For Resort 22, Marloe Marloe is exploring this relationship with nature in a deeper capacity than ever before. With four distinct sub-collections within Resort 22, the brand has catered to every kind of decorator through a range of colours, textures, sizes and finishes.
Starting off the latest offering with a suite of creations dubbed Umber, Marloe Marloe have looked to the idea of the earth's self-formed beauty as a means of inspiration. The notion of possibilities and what lies beyond the horizon if we have the tenderness to seek it. The result is 11 pieces that represent the dance between these limits and the feeling of endlessness simultaneously; finished in a glaze that represents the deep colours of the earth.
Moving into the collection's secondary offering, Dusty Beige draws on the natural landscape of dark browns, deep greens and tonal beiges. Created as a celebration of the time and place which exists between dawn and dusk, the capsule features the inclusion of two new pieces; the Twiggie vase and the candlestick pair in three different variations.
In major disparity to the first two offerings, Marloe Marloe is leaning into the dark side with a continuation of its range of signature pieces all crafted in a charcoal colourway. Accentuating the remarkable forms and silhouettes of the pieces, the brand has taken a minimal approach to the crafting of these pieces – an inspiration which is rooted in resolve and consideration. The perfect statement pieces for everyday use.
Rounding out Resort 22, Marloe Marloe has certainly not forgotten about its signature Core range. The wildly popular capsule has become a mainstay of the brand; drawing on a naturally textured palette inspired by the Bauhaus movement while paying homage to traditional making techniques.