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Here’s whats new on the homeware scene and where to find it

From budget buys to investment pieces, we’ve rounded up the hottest new homeware on the scene right now.

Llama prints

The new animal of the moment is definitely the fluffy llama. If you are looking for something special for your walls, check out this cute and quirky range of framed llama prints from Shut The Front Door. These would look great in a kid’s room. Prices range from $329-$450. shutthefrontdoor.co.nz

Table lamp

You can never have too many lights in your home. We love the new Hanna table lamp from Freedom which is ideal for your bedside or study. $44.95 from freedomfurniture.co.nz.

Stylish notebooks

Stationery fans will love the new Desert Sands collection from Kmart. In warm colours of blush, terracotta and denim, these handy notebooks, writing pads, pens and cases will bring a slice of desert sunshine to your winter study space. Starting at just $3, items in this on-trend range are ideal for homework, shopping lists or just jotting down your thoughts. kmart.co.nz

Cushions to covet

Klay cushions are less like sofa accessories and more like works of art. From linen squabs in mudbrick brown and peachy pink to delicate disc cushions and vibrant velvet globes, each piece is made largely by hand by Auckland’s Kirsty McLay, from materials including recycled rag, bamboo and end-of-line fabrics. Check out the range at klay.co.nz.

Rustic storage ladder

A bit short of storage in the bedroom or bathroom? This laurel rack is great for organising your towels, storing scarves and winter woollies or drying off wet rain jackets. $199 from. greenwithenvy.co.nz

Freestanding mirror

The Ares mirror is a Scandinavian-inspired design that can either be free-standing or hung on the wall. Made from solid ash with a curved ash plywood frame, this stylish mirror is perfect for bedroom dressing or for checking your appearance in the hallway before you leave the house. This timeless item is $475 from zuca.co.nz.

Garden projects book

365 Nature is the latest book from Anna Carlile, the force behind Melbourne-based communications studio Viola Design. This book is full of projects and activities for making, doing, growing and cooking that entice you to slow down, simplify and spend quality time with your friends, family and, of course, yourself. 365 Nature invites us to “throw open the doors and let nature in”.
Get your copy for $55 from shipshapestore.com.

Compiled by: Vanessa Nouwens and Imogen Temm.

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