Written by Sara Black
Imagery by INDEX CORP
Southern Hemisphere’s spring is here and these homewares may provide a vague sense of new beginnings.
Pirouette Candle Holders by Normann Copenhagen
Candlestick holders, one of home décor’s personality defining objects. Ever judged someone solely based on their candlestick holder taste? Of course you have.
Mouro Table Lamp by Patricia Perez for Case Furniture
Designed by Patricia Perez, the Mouro Table Lamp references a lighthouse from her hometown. Highly adaptable, it’s portable with a USB inlet, indoor/outdoor capable, boasts a three-setting dimmer and 360º rotating direction of light.
Vintage KPM Vase by Royal Porzellan
Part-glazed, part-matte finish, this vintage vase was hand-crafted by the Royal Porcelain Factory in Berlin (German: Königliche Porzellan-Manufaktur Berlin, abbreviated as KPM), also known as the Royal Porcelain Manufactory Berlin and whose products are generally called Berlin Porcelain, which was founded in 1763 by King Frederick II of Prussia (also known as Frederick the Great).
PC Portable Lamp by Pierre Charpin for HAY
In another portable lamp moment, French designer and artist Pierre Charpin delivers a specced up, LED light source lamp. The PC Portable Lamp runs off a USB-rechargeable battery, glows for up to eight hours in one sitting and has a lifespan of 25,000 hours.
Pirouette Candle Snuffer by Normann Copenhagen
You bought a candle, you lit it. Enjoyed the sensory experience, perhaps a wafting scent of organic vanilla. Now, how do you end the session without blowing a ghastly unburned-wax-particles aroma around the room? A candle snuffer.