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Wishful shopping at WallpaperSTORE*


  Wallpaper* is one of the finest publications around. Browsing the architecture, interiors, travel, fashion, design and art that this discerning creative house curates – whether in print or online – you're sure to be left inspired. An extension of all of this is the WallpaperSTORE*, with stylish products that merge an acute awareness of trends with timelessness. Noteworthy brands such as HAY, Aesop, Tom Dixon and Punkt are available, as well the work of famous designers including Gio Ponti, Aldo Bakker and Ilse Crawford. Our pockets might not warm towards this online marketplace as much as our hearts do, but that hasn't stopped us from listing our top 10 picks for you to ogle and enjoy.  

Salute side table, high

A cylindrical marble plinth holds a black tray, which acts as the perfect side table (masquerading as a piece of art). This statement piece is by Austrian designer Sebastian Herkner and is classic essential on our furniture wishlist. There's a gorgeous green marble and copper option, too.  

Peggy Guggenheim art addict sunglasses

In celebration of Safilo's 80th anniversary, special homage is paid to Peggy Guggenheim in the form of frameware design. A surrealist approach makes these sunnies one of our must-have accessories for 2017.  

Toiletpaper 'Lipstick' mirror

Seletti Wears Toiletpaper's collection of mirrors isn't short on fun. In this medium sized option, TP Rossetti's five hands create fun graphics to play with your reflection.  

Indigo Storm serving bowl

A beautiful serving bowl designed by Faye Toogood for 1882 Ltd. Swirls of blue and white decorate each piece perfectly – a great statement on any kitchen table.  

Embroidered containers

We really fell for Bokja's contemporary twist on displaying your plants at home. These colourful containers have the appearance of collapsing brown bags, but instead they're embroidered linen that have been solidified to keep their 'relaxed' shape.  

Edi model lamp

Lighting options no longer conform to the lampshade and base combo – just look at the Edi model lamp. Futuristic yet classic, Alberto Biagetti's Edi collection makes a superb addition to any modern home. We adore the primary-coloured filament and rocket-inspired stand.  

Tequila Sunrise jugs

Though it's got a Mexican-inspired name, this glassware range was designed by Japanese-Italian studio MIST-O for Ichendorf Milano. The jugs are layered with colours to create the illusion of being filled. We think they'd make the prettiest vases.  

Pesce T pouch clutch

Loewe and Jonathan Anderson have collaborated to create a series of calfskin Marquetry in Leather clutches. The delicately illustrated Koi fish caught our attention, and would certainly match our 2017 wardrobe.  

Paradoxe N°4 soaps

Ever heard of an ergonomic approach to soaps? Seem Soap's faceted and conical shapes from the Paradoxe collection fit perfectly into your hand. With their interesting mix of earthy tones and bolder colours, we'd love a few of these jewels to liven up our bathroom.  

Visioni A soie rug

Patricia Urquiola's contemporary rugs for Milan-based cc-tapis – like the Visioni A soie masterpiece below – are produced using ancient techniques. The 3-dimensional design is made from silk and Himalayan wool and plays wonderfully on the eyes. And how's that colour palette?   To see what else WallpaperSTORE* has on offer, visit