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6 local jewellers we love
From clean-cut androgyny to colourful beadwork, these South African jewellery designers know how to make a statement
inner-city rooftop gardens inspire Skinny laMinx’s new collection
The shapes, colours and textures of a spiky rooftop garden informed this fabric range
judging a book by its spine
We show you how to create areas of visual interest in your home using beautifully designed books and magazines
5 bookshelves you need this winter
These inventive storage solutions will seriously cosy up your living space
10 products to fulfil your millennial pink obsession
Discover how to add a trendy touch to your space with our favourite pink design picks
As Millennial Pink continues to feature prominently in architecture, food, fashion and design, we’ve selected 10 of our favourite products that are sure to satisfy your current colour obsession. Read why Millennial Pink is taking over the colour waves, here. Connect Sofa by Anderssen & Voll for Créma Design. Rosso S
design joburg presents the conservatory
Anatomy Design and Botanicus are working on something spectacular for the 2017 Design Joburg fair
5 South African ceramicists on our radar
Get to know the ceramic artists behind a few of our current handmade favourites
new additions to the contemporary spati range at weylandts
Fans of this sleek, sophisticated range will be thrilled to discover these new designs
urban cities inspire fabrica’s new range of rugs
Translating the road maps and architecture of Johannesburg and Cape Town into graphic patterns
love milo’s printed fabrics are now available by the metre
Grab some locally designed patterns for your next upholstery update
Bird We’ve long been fans of local design studio Love Milo’s patterned textiles and decorative objects. Designer Nicki Ellis’ graphic prints add a touch of individual quirk to any space, yet retain a simple, classic feel that means they won’t date quickly. Now Love Milo’s signature printed fabrics are available by the metre, which means you can re-upholster a favourite chair or couch in one of these charming patterns. The slightly uneven black and white Stripe is definitely top of our wish list, closely followed by the bold Triangle and delicate Bird fabrics. They cost R400 per metre and can be purchased direct