Shop_philes: Our Picks for January

A new month brings some new favorite finds from around the globe. Shop this months selection of homewares made from natural fibers highlighting the beauty of their conscious design. Every month we want to share the best of our new finds along with some of the carry-over coveted pieces we hope to one day add to our own homes.

Happy (window) shopping!
Kaz & Steph x


1/ Parachute Essential Quilt from $229

We are lovers of linen and between us have one of the largest growing linen collections known to man. Our friends at Parachute are taking over the world one bedroom at a time inspiring a community around sleep, wellness and creating a comfortable home. Their essential quilt is a box pattern blanket of medium weight that's ideal for layering al the color range will have you stumped on what one to pick as they are all perfect and beautiful. 

2/ Ali McNabney-Stevens, Print from $500

Affordable art can sometimes be a little tricky to find. influenced by her love of landscapes and brave colour combinations, British born Ali McNabney-Stevens has quickly and notoriously become one of the most collectible emerging artists within Australia, offering a great range of original artwork prints on either paper or Canvas with limited editions available per size. 'Reclining Nude' satisfies are on going obsession with blue and this piece is flooded with texture and romance. Suitable for your bedroom or a common living space, be bold and get a large scale size to show off the detail of this stunning artwork. 

3/ Jardan Piper Pendant from $870

Everything the design team creates at Australian born Jardan is mind blowing amazing. This item is on our lust list and we love these new Piper handblown glass lights styled in a cluster of three or more. Piper’s delicate colourways takes its inspiration from the Australian Gum tree and the soft rounded transparency of the glass off sets the brass pipe stem, creating an exposed elegance. There are four shapes across four colours. 

4/ Euclid Accent Table, Cast Metal from $129

Side tables can be one of those items that can easily be interchangeable between spaces in your home. They don't need to match and can me a mix of sizes, materials and work seamlessly sitting along side one another. This months selection has two options we love. The newest one by Pottery Barn is the slightly textured cast metal, antique-brass finished handcrafted table. The top is enhanced with hammered details and is bordered with a raised lip so unlike some other we have featured can't double up as extra seating. Available in two sizes and at a great price - this one is on our immediate shopping list. 

5/  Icelandic Sheepskin Throw $220 

Sourced and manufactured as a by-product, Each natural shorn Icelandic sheepskin rug is a one-of-a-kind natural beauty. Each one is a unique natural product that can be used to soften up your occasional chair, styled on the the end of your sofa or get two and drape them over a bench seat. The color variation of this Icelandic throw is deep in variation and is from the chilly Arctic Circle so will add some warmth instantly to any space. 

6/ Solid Timber Stool from $300

Chucky doesn't always have to read heavy. These natural log stools, in particular the white version feels light and textural. The Tonk stool by MCM House is a relaxed and functional addition to any room. Great as bedside table, a small side table or just a simple stool.  With three different finishes, each stool comes with it's own natural quirks, knots and kinks. Unlike the Euclid table this one is quite heavy so it's not the easiest to move seamlessly around your home. We recommend to pick a spot you're happy to leave it... At least for the first few weeks.