Selected furnishings and material finishes from Houses 90.
Blur colour palette
Dulux colour forecasters have developed six palettes for 2013: Merge, Seek, Empower, Relaxing Rise, Share and Blur. The bold and daring Blur palette features warm and vibrant hues; pinks and purples contrast with oranges and reds to create exciting combinations.
These chairs, part of the Volley range, were designed by Sydney-based Adam Goodrum and made by Tait in Melbourne. The range also includes stools, a rocking chair and tables.
Elitis’s luxurious vinyl Galuchat wallpaper, pictured in colour 23, is easy to wash and has excellent UV light resistance. The design is available in colours including oranges, browns and blues.
Ribbon Lattice cushion
The Ribbon Lattice cushion from Linen and Moore has an eye-catching grosgrain ribbon front – pictured in coral and also available in sage – on a cotton backing.
Designed by Staffan Holm, the Split table combines structural solidarity with delicate design: it features legs that are split and bent. It is available in ash, oak or black.
Imagine sweeping a workshop floor and creating a chair. That’s the concept behind Broom, a collaboration between Philippe Starck and Emeco that is made of reclaimed polypropylene and discarded wood fibre.
This new take on the traditional toy box is part of Agnes et Agnes’s Kid collection, and sees birch plywood cubes put together in an attractive and functional design.
Designed by Ross Gardam, the Tailored Couch was inspired by fine suit stitching. The geometric shape of its oak legs is seen in all items in the collection, which also includes small tables.
Simply Woodcare range
Haymes has relaunched its Simply Woodcare range of timber finishes, which includes Uvex, an exterior finish that provides triple-barrier UV protection.