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Homewares that will bring a dose of summer into your spaces

summer homewares

After a thorough bout of spring cleaning, it's time to inject some light into your home. For some that looks like investing in a quality rug, like the Bramble style from Armadillo. For others, some sunny pillows will do. Below, the summer homewares we're shopping when your home spaces are in need of some cheer.



There's much to love about artisanal rug label Armadillo. For starters, the female-owned and women-led company creates consciously and with slow design in mind. More importantly, Armadillo is the first American and Australian rug company to achieve B Corp certification – and that's all before we get to the rugs themselves. Looking for summer-inspired homewares? Start with this earthy soumak weave jute rug.


BED THREADS Flax Linen European Pillowcases

Rest easy with these golden scalloped European pillows courtesy of Bed Threads. Made from 100% French flax linen, and available with a turmeric and limoncello trim, the Riviera is never far away with these bad boys around.


MAISON BALZAC Aperitif Goblets

Picture it. It's Friday, you've just clocked off, the sun's still up, and someone hands you Cynar in one of these glasses. Bliss.



ALEX AND TRAHANAS Ceramic Serving Platter

Handmade and hand-painted in Puglia, Alex and Trahanas never fails to serve up European summer on a ceramic platter. To be enjoyed with long, sprawling lunches.


Small Pleasures, Grace Elizabeth

And on those wet, rainy summer days, stay inside and peruse Small Pleasures, a compilation of photographer Grace Elizabeth's travels through Southern Italy.


LOEWE Tomato Leaves Candle

Nothing signals the start of summer like the herbal, gourmand smell of tomatoes. Luckily for us, Loewe has gone and distilled that fragrance into one of its Spain-made, natural wax candles. The terracotta vessel is just as gorgeous long after the wick has died, too.



Is art part of your hunt for summer homewares? Fill those bare walls with affordable prints from Food For Everyone. Dishes from Baba's Place, Ben Shewry, Emiko Davies and Alison Roman has been translated through the stylish strokes of artists like Nadia Hernandez, Beci Orpin, and Mia Boe. The best bit? For each poster purchased, the company donates the equivalent of 10 meals through its charity partner SecondBite.



Collect mementos from summer in this shell-shaped brass jar or let it shine all on its lonesome. Your choice.


KARTELL All Saints Mirror

Not feeling very sunny? Perk up everytime you look in the mirror and find yourself encircled by this tangerine halo. A stroke of genius.


DUSEN DUSEN Wingdings Dog Bed

Part of spring cleaning means finally sorting out the problem of your pet's manky bed. This option from Dusen Dusen sparks joy, and most importantly, won't clash with the rest of your home.

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