Three new designs are joining our Home Accessories Collection this autumn/winter. They include a Reclaimed Antique Terracotta Pot and two handcrafted mirrors – one made from Reclaimed Teak and an intricate Bone Inlay design.
Reclaimed from India, the Terracotta Pot is a worn and rustic urn-shaped design in a blend of fawn and beige tones and offered in two sizes. Originally used for storing grains, the pots are still in some villages today; they make beautiful stand-alone decorative objects but could also be used for storing logs, kindling or umbrellas. The small pots stands 700mm tall and the large pot is 1800mm tall.
The new Reclaimed Teak Mirror is handmade from salvaged timber. Its mature grain, gnarly texture and rich honey-tone create a timeless, rustic feature that suits any interior style. The mirror measures 800x600x40mm and joins a larger design which measures 1500x800x100mm. The second mirror is an artisan piece made from monochrome Bone Inlay. The frame is created by setting sustainably-sourced bone into dark resin and fixing it onto a timber frame, made from local mango wood. Measuring 800x600x30mm, the mirror creates a stunning feature with a touch of glamour and is also the perfect partner to our Bone Inlay Washstand.Back to News