At Home with Bachelorette Georgia Love & Lee Elliot...

 
All Photography  Hannah Caldwell

All Photography Hannah Caldwell


Online interior and homewares brand Zanui has released a new online series entitled ‘At Home With’ which is showcasing the homes of some of Australia’s favourite celebrities, which have been newly styled by Zanui.

One of the first homes Zanui has transformed is of Australia’s former Bachelorette, Georgia Love and partner, Lee Elliot. Through Zanui’s wide range of high-quality products and their impressive selection of brands that suit and match all styles, they were able to help Georgia and Lee bring their own style to life as they moved into their new abode.

“We could put certain items together, but it was the styling and those finishing touches that we needed help with to really bring it all together. We both have very individual styles so it was really fun to work out what our style was through Zanui’s offering and thanks to their expertise,” said Georgia and Lee about the experience. 

Stylist Fiona Michelon, who worked with Georgia and Lee to uncover their style and find the right pieces, says “It was exciting being involved in this project and getting to know each couple and their individual styles to help them bring their new space together. I loved being able to combine their styles to create a new and unique look that suited them as a couple in their home and being able to tap into Zanui’s amazing range made my job all the more fun.” 

Watch Georgia and Lee’s ‘At Home With’ video below to receive some expert tips of how to style your home like a pro and how to re-create Georgia and Lee’s look in your own home. See the full ‘At Home With’ series on Zanui’s website here.

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Summer Fun with The Print Society

 

 

The Print Society is a design studio that produces a range of homewares and objects with bold, modernistic and geometric hand printed designs. With a focus on pattern, colour and texture, The Print Society merges modern methods with India’s age-old craft traditions to create pieces with an adventurous spirit.

Founder and designer of The Print Society, Karen was inspired after her adventure to India. It was here that she saw ancient wisdom and traditional techniques, the finest materials and metallic threads being used to create pieces of art.

The Print Society's current range invites you to step into the desert. A barren land where earthy terracotta tones celebrate the outback’s dusty terrains.

Launching in Melbourne in August, the S/S 2018 collection includes textile wall hangings, acrylic boxed framed paper prints on recycled cotton fabric.  “Think purple haze and mist, mysterious portals and folklore,” says Karen. 

 
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Interior Designer Lorena Gaxiola's colourful homewares collection...

 
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Lorena Gaxiola is a luxury lifestyle brand that creates meaningful objects for the home, a collection of modern bedding, dinnerware, glassware, rugs and gifts. The Lorena Gaxiola Collection embraces holistic designs for homewares and décor symbolic of spiritual elements and positive messages for the mind, body and soul that are made to be collected, as well as to be used.

Each piece has an unexpected and theatrical spirit; exaggerated pieces that work to honour’s Lorena’s Mexican heritage and fine-arts background.  It is a brand with integrity and rich in exotic- influence that captures a colourful essence. After being named the next big thing in the USA by Lonny Magazine, the brand has just launched in Australia.

“Holistically, I like to bring balance to interior spaces applying the same rule of connecting the mind, body and spirit through our senses. One needs to be able to function in a given space yet be stimulated and at the same time feel serenity. Emotionally, I care to be surrounded by objects that matter to me because they tell my story.” says Lorena Gaxiola.

 
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Botanical styling made easy with Lily Urban...

 
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Lily Urban - Changing the face of faux, one pot at a time.

Lily Urban is a boutique, botanical inspired décor business that creates potted faux indoor plants & botanical accessories. Their designer potted faux plant collections are an essential homewares accessory for all people living crazy, busy lives who love a touch of indoor greenery.

Lily Urban are not your typical potted artificial plant business. They don't mass produce generic, fake looking plants in ordinary pots, they create botanical beauties that are uniquely different.....curated & made to order using only first class faux and each one comes styled in a beautiful, handmade vessel. 

 
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"It started with a home renovation….

Having completed a major extension, we continually had people unexpectedly dropping-in for a bit of a look and although the building was done, our fit-out wasn’t yet complete, we still needed furniture and other key pieces to make it a home. So to give it the quick lift it needed to make it more inviting, botanical's were my first thought!

With fresh flowers not lasting long, and knowing that the quality of artificial's had dramatically improved since 'my gran's days', I knew that this could be the thing to fill the void.

With many compliments from friends at my new faux botanical's (one even asked if they were from my garden!) and repeated queries about where I got them from, I looked into sourcing and started selling locally through word of mouth.

Fast forward a few years and house plants had started to explode in popularity, mainly because of our crazy, busy, urban lifestyles along with shrinking backyards and the growth in medium/high density apartment living. And all of these reasons meant the desire for indoor garden sanctuaries was on the rise.

Identifying a gap in the market for high-end potted faux botanical's, I turned my attention to plants. My idea was to create a designer potted faux botanical collection that appealed to people with an eye for quality.

Blown away by the life-like features of some species but hugely disappointed in the quality and style of vessels they were displayed in, I decided to source, curate and pot up my own... and so started my journey to 'change the face of faux, one pot at a time...'"

Sally - founder of Lily Urban

 
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SHOP online here or from the Lily Urban studio in Bayside Melbourne (open by appointment only).

If you book an appointment with Lily Urban make sure you take along photos of your home or office that needs green-scaping and they will transform your space!

 
 
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