Western Living Magazine
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With so many options hitting the well-mapped-out floor, we've narrowed down this season's must-haves.
Typically a chaise can be quite an awkward addition to a living room, demanding wall space and isolation from other furniture. But the purposefully-designed straight edges on the Söderhamn chaise ($450) mean it can be set adjacent to other items or stand alone, making it a practical addition to any lounge area.
Made from banana fibre, this Alseda stool ($39.99) could also be used as a footrest or as that place in your living room where you dump books or magazines—we all have that place, right?
The design of the new PS 2014 pendant lamp ($159) allows for a touch of metallic that can be adjusted to suit your room. This lamp is crying out to be hung over an industrial-style table in a lightly coloured dining room.
This plant pot ($15.99) almost encourages us to try harder to keep our plants alive. Almost. The steel pot with a white powder coating and bamboo feet make this simple silhouette a great addition to any space.
These natural cork stools ($59.99) are both dirt-repellant and pretty to look at. Available in two colour palettes, the stools can hold up to 220lbs. (Hey, we’re not here to judge…).
This white bamboo table top ($159) contrasts nicely with the steel frame ($40) to create a clean, simple finish perfect for a smaller space.
The back rest and seat of this rocking chair ($149) are handwoven, creating a loose comfort that people can actually sit on rather than a decorative rocking chair rarely used by guests.
The blue hues on the Roskilde rug ($149) will compliment any neutral space, and the fact that it’s flatwoven makes it perfect to place underneath a dining set as chairs can be easily moved.
Challenge your guests to guess where these stainless steel tealight holders ($7.99) are from—bet they won’t be able to.
This combination of a classic storage piece and brand new printed doors ($936) from the Kalvia range merge to create a feature furniture item that looks more like artwork than shelves.