We love this collaboration between Beeline Design x Design School


We love everything that Beeline Design do and their recent collaboration with the students from Design School is just so stunning. The collaboration marks the release of their newest piece the “Flow Table”.

The introduction of the Flow Table to the Beeline Design catalogue signals a new direction for the brand who until now is best known for their Calypso Stools and more recently Cuba Bed.

"We wanted to really capture the versatility and functionality of this table, to demonstrate it's many 'personalities'" says Lucy Grant who is one half of the duo behind Beeline Design.

"I really loved the work I was seeing come out of Design School and so when we were looking at how to communicate our vision they were our first choice." Continues Lucy.

Against the backdrop of the stunning Establishment Studios the Design School students created an incredible array of looks varying from modern minimalism to faded decadence. The image series also includes some existing pieces from Beeline's Cuba Collection which has been re-interpreted by the students; giving the range a more sophisticated edge whilst still retaining their relaxed modern aesthetic.

“I wanted to keep the brief really open and see how they chose to interpret our products and we are just blown away with the creativity and variety in the results.” says Lucy.

Whilst working predominantly in solid timber; with each new range Beeline use a secondary material as the hero of each piece. Following on from the leather in their Cuba Collection, the Flow Table utilises the strength and functionality of powder coated steel paired with Tasmanian Oak in its form. 

"We wanted to design a table that made a statement but had a classic feel" says Adam Brislin the other half of Beeline Design. 

Looking forward the brand is working on expanding their Flow range with new designs slated for release early next year.

A huge thanks to the following students from Design School: Anna Chisholm, Justine Murphy, Bea Lambos, Elena Seton, Rebecca Leijer, Holly Miskimmin, Susan Ruzeu, Sidonia Thomas, Danielle Mozjerin.


The Room Project by Kate Waterhouse for King Living...


In the latest edition of The Room Project, King Living invited celebrity fashion and lifestyle blogger, Kate Waterhouse, to recreate her signature look using the King Living Plaza sofa matched to her favourite interior style - classic Hamptons. The Hamptons look exudes a sense of relaxed elegance, transporting you to the beachfront while you sit back and relax.

The Hamptons is a popular seaside getaway for New York holiday makers and is also a popular styling trend embraced by Australian design hunters wanting a chic beachside interior for their coastal homes.

King Furniture says "When designing a living space, most importantly the room needs to reflect your personality. In this interpretation of The Room Project, Kate injected her personal fashion style and racing heritage with key accessories including fashion coffee table books and a beautiful horse portrait."

"Fresh and light, Kate stayed true to the Hamptons style with white walls, timber flooring and the Palm Beach Whitewash fabric, a neutral soft linen, to ‘dress’ the Plaza sofa and classic Miss  glass coffee table.
Reflecting the look and feel of the ocean, Kate combined accents of soft blue and pink with cushions and a stunning Seymour occasional chair. Bringing the outdoors in, the room was accented with striking plants and floral displays.

Perfect for Hampton’s style living, the Plaza sofa sits lightly on elegant, tapered legs with luxurious deep seating in soft, feather and Ultradown back cushions. The ultimate in comfort and style, this contemporary design is flexible and modular with interchangeable backs that can be moved around to create an infinite number of configurations – catering to different spaces, entertaining or seating needs. 

Discover more about the Plaza sofa at your nearest King Living Showroom.  

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Ceramics love at Jardan...


I can't go past a beautiful ceramic piece, so you can imagine that I was oooooh and ahhhhing over the beautiful new ceramics collection designed by Studio Twocan for Jardan

Combining rich layering and dusty tones, Studio Twocan’s cement ceramics are inspired by Australian landscapes.

Handcrafted in Melbourne, the Studio Twocan range includes vessels and vases, available in three colourways exclusive to Jardan. 

Love love love it all... x 

Jardan here - Instagram here 

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Leah Bartholomew for Sportscraft Home...


In the latest designer X label collaboration, we have the super talented Artist Leah Bartholomew and Sportscraft! Together they have created a unique and superbly beautiful collection of home wares and summer essentials which are exclusive to Sportscraft.

Ranging from the luxe stoneware, candles, soft furnishings and summer beach essentials, the limited edition range has arrived just in time for entertaining family and friends this Christmas. The colour palette is bright and vibrant and features Leah’s bold signature style.

I think I need all the beachy things... love love love Summer!


Leah Bartholomew here - Sportscraft here - Facebook here - Instagram  - Pinterest here

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Kate & Kate x Kikki K


We are so excited that two of our favourite brands for gorgeous on trend products have collaborated and created gorgeous limited edition blankets. 

Melbourne brand Kate & Kate and Swedish cult label Kikki K have teamed up and created Limited Edition Blankets knitted from the softest breathable cotton in a palette of wistful sage, lemon yellow, soft pink and lavender.

The blankets are part of Kikki K's Thrive Collection, which aims to evoke a sense of peace and tranquillity with large swathes of watercolour brush marks.

The blankets will be available in selected stores and online this September - Shop here. 

Shop here - Kate & Kate here - Kikki K here

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