5 Captivating Design Objects To Decorate Your Home

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Article Writer Nektarios Stergiopoulos

With the arrival of summer, it’s time to embrace the sunny days and make the most of the season. One way to elevate your summer experience is by revamping your homeware and furniture selections. As the temperatures rise and we spend more time outdoors, it’s essential to create a comfortable and stylish environment that truly embodies the spirit of summer. By incorporating these homeware and furniture selections, you make lasting memories in a space that is both stylish and comfortable. Here are 5 most captivating design objects to decorate your summer home…

Flos Bellhop Table Lamp

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The Bellhop, a renowned portable table lamp from Flos, is a creation by Barber & Osgerby. Its charming shade functions as an umbrella, capturing and reflecting light onto the ground to form elegant pools of illumination. Material: portable lamp. Find the product here.

Herman Miller Palissable Lounge Chair

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Herman Miller‘s Palissable lounge chair is a durable and weather-resistant steel chair with an industrial edge. Its ergonomic design provides comfort with lower back support and neck alignment. With its low-sitting design and high armrests, it’s sure to be a coveted seat in any backyard. Material: powder coated steel. Find the product here

Henry Holland Studio Dinner Plates

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Henri Holland‘s dinner plate bursts with personality, crafted using a stylized Japanese marbling technique. With a high-gloss glaze revealing a captivating green and white pattern, it becomes a statement piece. Its hand-pinched edge adds practicality, perfect when paired with mismatched side plates and bowls. Material: glazed earthenware clay. Find the product here.

Noom Home Gutta Vase

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Noom‘s Gutta vases are sculptural glass pieces, inspired by the ancient ‘guta’ technique from Kyivan Rus. Designed by Kateryna Sokolova, they blend contemporary form with traditional craftsmanship. Crafted in Lviv, Ukraine, these vases embody simplicity, clean lines, and the unique properties of glass. Material: blown glass. Find the product here.

Tacchini Italia Altar Low Table

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Discover the seamless blend of sculpture and functionality, celebrating Mexico’s artisan heritage through innovative mediums. Meticulous craftsmanship leaves impressions on pristine surfaces, while natural materials and sensory contrasts captivate. Tacchini and EWE Studio’s Altar low table collaboration brings forth low tables inspired by pre-Hispanic altars, offering various finishes for a meaningful and substantial design encounter. Materials: cement, ceramic & wood. Find the product here.

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