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365 Objects Of Design, Keeping Cosy

Objects Of Design #357: Knitted Pouf

20th February 2013
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Chunky knits show no sign of going out of fashion since I last wrote about them here so this new addition to the range makes me very happy indeed. Perfect as a little extra seat that can be stashed away when not needed or, probably more likely in my house, a great little footstool. At the…

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365 Objects Of Design, Keeping Cosy

Objects Of Design #356: Nest of Tables

19th February 2013
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  Part of the art of keeping cosy is settling down in a comfy chair with everything you need in reach so that you don’t have to keep getting up and down. These kidney-shaped tables with a vintage finish are perfect for that. Painted in three different shades of grey, you can spread them out…

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365 Objects Of Design, Keeping Cosy

Objects Of Design #355: Ella Doran Rugs

18th February 2013
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British designer Ella Doran has teamed up with Woven Ground to produce a new range of stunning rugs. The design of this one above is based on her photographs of architectural wall panels.Each one is hand tufted and made from 100 per cent New Zealand wool. In another collaboration, Ella has produced a new range of…

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365 Objects Of Design, Keeping Cosy

Objects Of Design #354: Lotte Cake/Cheese Dome

17th February 2013
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Feast yer eyes on that then! So firstly, what could be better for creating that cosy feeling and keeping the winter out than cake? Secondly, this will also work for cheese, which, with a little glass of something red, is also a wonderful treat. But thirdly, and therefore most importantly, it is my birthday. So…

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365 Objects Of Design, Keeping Cosy

Objects Of Design #352: Knitted Cushions

15th February 2013
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From yesterday’s ceramic cable knit to the real thing today. These gorgeous grey cushion covers are, frankly, a bit of a steal at £15. In addition to these grey ones, there are pale pink and a darker lilac colour – take one of each. As is often the way on Etsy, the vendor has a…

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