Are you the type that is all about the #Hustle and you have it plastered all over your feed? Then this is definitely for you. #Hustle is not just about working hard to get what you want, but it’s also about looking darn good doing it. So if you’ve had your eye out for one heck of a writing desk, stay tuned!
If that corner of the room needs a little vintage cred then our Crimson Writing Desk is the one for you - with slim tapered legs that have a distinct profile shape lend a retro, eclectic edge to modern interiors for design enthusiasts who want a little modern mid-century living at a comfortable price tag. The double-tier feature allows for more space while you do work where you can even stack your favourite photos or pictures on top!
2. Weiland Writing Desk
Here’s for the rooms that is just yearning for a scandi-chic desk. Mid-century modern's emphasis on pared-down forms, contemporary patterns and natural materials allows the fluid form of the Weiland Writing Desk, with its boat-shaped design and modern-looking looping legs, to become a medley of functional comfort and chic style.
3. Bowen Writing Desk
Mid-century style homes, you’re up! The Bowen Writing Desk emphasises rounded edges and friendly curves to create a convivial ambience for the mid-century modern or modern retro home. Made of premium American walnut wood, the collection’s sophisticated craftsmanship requires skill in working with solid timber, because edges have to be perfectly shaped, sanded and curved to echo the softness of vintage mid-century designs. The Bowen furniture collection plays on beautiful curves and fluid forms while optimising comfort and pleasure at affordable prices.
First impressions count, and there’s only one shot at striking a good one so it’s time to focus your energy into making the entryway a stunning one. A strong entryway is one that sets the tone for the rest of the house, so buckle up folks, this entryway is about to get snazzy!
It may just be a space to dump your daily essentials on but don’t take a console table for granted. It’s one to anchoring the entryway, and let us just say that it is just a stylish way indeed. Defying routine shapes, this triangular Estelle console table made of stunningly smooth, solid American walnut is a true beauty that brings a modern retro style to your home. Its unusual triangular shape will mean it's not just a useful table for the entryway, but also a talking piece in any room it occupies.
Mirrors are an entryway’s best friend. It brightens the space by reflecting light so the space doesn’t feel as crammed as it really is. Take for example our Bowen Mirror, which emphasises rounded edges and friendly curves to create a convivial ambience for the mid-century modern or modern retro home. Made of premium American walnut wood, the collection’s sophisticated craftsmanship requires skill in working with solid timber, because edges have to be perfectly shaped, sanded and curved to echo the softness of vintage mid-century designs.
Now for some texture - The 'Cabrillo' scatter rug is perfect for adding warmth and comfort to any room. Its classic diamond pattern defines the rug’s character and adds to its simplistic appeal. This scatter is hand-woven in wool in an interesting colour scheme which makes it absolutely eye soothing.
Always a common addition to entryways are vases. With Commune’s Green Ribbed Ceramic Vase, which is a beautiful standalone piece but equally stunning with one or two large stems. These delicate vases will nicely decorate any console, dining or side table.
So how will you be showing some love to your entryway today? Let us know in the comments!
Hygge, by dictionary definition, is the quality of cosiness and comfortable conviviality that engenders a feeling of contentment or well-being. (regarded as a defining characteristic of Danish culture). Interested in how to achieve Hygge? Read on!
We don’t need to tell you what Scandinavian minimalist interiors look like – thinking of marble, bright spaces, light woods comes as naturally as a conditioned reflex. With so many options of furniture to fill your to-be-minimalist-utopia, where does one start?
So you’re a bold character - you’re forward with your opinions and the word discretion doesn’t exist in your dictionary. Inherently, you must want to express that valour on the outside – so what’s a better way than to do it with your furniture at home? Let’s get right into it!
You guys get it – we are BIG on getting together with the people we love. So it’s only proper with a stylish dining table that will make whatever you serve look even better than it already does! Then – watch the beauty that is your dining table blossom as everyone plaster shots of dinner and friends all over your Instagram feed and stories.
Let’s keep things real here – a piece of wood furniture is only as good as its owner when it comes to maintaining the sheen of it. We are ALL about having your furniture stay as long as possible with you because let’s face it: you’ve spent some serious moolah on it and we get that – so let’s take a look at a couple of products that will help your furniture look fresh.
Moving into a new place or living away from the motherland? Here’s a way to adapt: by making your house feel just like home. Now, what makes a home then? It could be that warmth you get when you’re cozied up on the couch spending time with the people you love, or that feeling of freedom you get when you make a huge mess in the kitchen just for that bowl of cereal. It’s about making a personal connection with that space that you’re in – a proper place for yourself to recharge so that you can put your best foot forward in the outside world.
So without further ado, here’s a few ways to establish that emotional connection with your abode:
It was popular back in the ‘50s, and it’s popular now. Featuring organic forms, minimal ornamentation and juxtaposing colours, the Mid-century modern look brings a certain sense of California in the 1950’s to modern day Singapore.
With that, here are 5 pieces for the ultimate mid-century paradise:
Space scarcity is a real problem, and clutter only makes it worse. But let us let you in on a secret: Living in a small space is all about OWNING how little you own – decluttering items that do not “Spark Joy”, and also about how you choose to utilise the space to keep the items that you do.
So let’s take a look at ways to truly own every inch of that space: