You've no doubt spotted these chic and minimalist candles by now. Designed by Sydney creative Tony Assness, each candle is made of Australian beeswax and hand-poured in Bondi. They are exactly what you need to take your dinner party setting to the next level. They're almost too pretty to burn!
In The Roundhouse
With everyone making homemade bread and pasta in isolation, it would come as a surprise if you hadn't spotted an In The Roundhouse plate yet. The lifestyle brand was founded with a clear vision of creating unique, modern and memorable homewares that will be cherished for years to come. It features a range of mix-and-match plates to make your inner Instagram foodie come out.
Steffanie Ball founded En Gold while on maternity leave from her career in Interior Architecture and Design, and her keen eye is evident in the chic line of homewares and vintage finds on site. Specialising in natural marble and stone with a focus on pared-back, nostalgic and effortless design, each piece is made using high-quality craftsmanship and materials.
You may not have heard of Anissa Kermiche, but you would have definitely seen her pieces - particularly her female form vases. Each piece is thrown and glazed in Portugal and reflects the two pillars of the label: an interest in classical antiquity and a modern celebration of femininity.
Melbourne-based Visual Artist Caroline Walls artworks explore womanhood, sexuality, and personal identity in a variety of prints, paintings and sketches. She's become well known for her stark, minimalist aesthetic and unabashed appreciation of the female form, and her works are now regularly seen on the walls of many well-versed art lovers and collectors.
Rachel Saunders, an artist and collector who left behind her job as a visual merchandiser in LA to start her eponymous collection of ceramics in her hometown of Vancouver Island, has now become synonymous with creating sculptures of the female form. You've probably become accustomed to Saunders' elegant, minimalist pieces on Instagram - her Woman Vase in a deep, vibrant blue inspired by Henri Matisse's Blue Nudes series, being among her most well-known.
Created by Maxine Mdtbo, Memor is inspired by mosaic arts and the practice of collection. The creations are inspired by mosaic arts and the practice of collecting as it presents in various art forms throughout history. Adorned in talismans, jewellery, findings, glass, tile, coins, shells, the pieces epitomise a nostalgic relationship with objects.