This post has nothing to do with my trends spotted at the Maison&Objet, let’s kick off the week with showing you my favorite pieces found at the show and the ones I would have taken home with me. And guess what, it’s almost all about ceramics.
Carla Peters combines clear lines of western design tradition with age-old craft techniques from faraway lands. Her work can be found at Wonderable.
I have seen a couple of those scarf/tea towel holders (or coat hooks?) and believe they are even a fun DIY project. If I find those wooden rings, I’ll try out something similar. Valérie Windeck for Eno Studio.
This really big pot has been a piece of the Asiatides collection. I imagine having it on my future outdoor terrace in between weathered terracotta pots.
I like the sleek design of this towel holder from Menu and could imagine a different use for blankets and magazines in a bedroom or living. And why not hanging some plants?
This small installation of consoles and a vase has been designed by Beathe Reinheimer and Ulrike Rehm for Thomas Eick.
I love their porcelain beetles too. It is a limited collection of 30 pieces each.
So, that’s quite a mixed selection but that’s why this blog is called Eclectic Trends, right? Any love at first sight you are sharing here with me?