July 15, 2024

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The best dining room furniture decorating ideas

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Name: ‘Otto’ dining chair and table
Designer/Brand: Alejandro Villareal for Hayche
Price: from £435

Hayche’s latest collection of dining chairs and tables was designed by the brand’s founder and creative director Alejandro Villarreal. The midcentury-inspired series features slender and sculptural bent steel frames, supporting gently curved plywood shapes for maximum comfort. The armchair is stackable (up to four chairs) and the collection is available in three finishes, with white or black metal frames mixed and matched with oak and walnut plywood. Hayche was founded in London by Mexican-born Villareal, and has collaborated with the likes of Daniel Schofield as well as the late designer Vladimir Kagan, for a special piece for Wallpaper* Handmade in 2015. 

Vitra chair by Jasper Morrison

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Name: EVO-C Chair
Designer/Brand: Jasper Morrison for Vitra, available from Wallpaper*STORE
Price: From £285

‘Not just any plastic chair’: Jasper Morrison and Vitra have collaborated on a new design that takes the classic two-leg cantilevered tubular metal chair to new frontiers with the first all-plastic version of the model. Dutch architect Mart Stam created the first two-legged chair in 1926; nearly a century later (after iconic designers such as Alvar Aalto, Verner Panton and Marcel Breuer took a spin at the design too), Morrison and Vitra have taken the concept a step further, creating a plastic chair that is resistant and durable thanks to gas injection moulding technology. 

Glass vase

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Name:‘Golem’ vase
Designer: Rückl Glassworks, available from WallpaperSTORE*
Price: £349

 Inspired by the famous Prague legend of Golem and its creator, Rabbi Löw, Rony Plesl and Rückl Glassworks have created the ’Golem’ vase, a stunning vessel taken from a collection that celebrates pattern, Bohemian crystal and craftsmanship. Featuring ’Špictajn’ — a delicate pyramid-like pattern — across the entirety of its surface, the clear vessel is hand-produced in Rückl Glassworks’ workshop in Nižbor by master glassmakers and cutters, and is a testament to the brand’s commitment to minimalist design and exceptional quality.

Jug with copper and terracotta

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Name: ‘Matka’ jug
Designer: Ikkis, available from WallpaperSTORE*
Price: £225

Gunjan Gupta’s brand Ikkis continues its tribute to traditional Indian objects and tableware with the ’Matka’ jug. Crafted from the brand’s patented terracotta-coated copper, the ’Matka’ jug presents a stylish vessel not dissimilar to the traditional Indian water pot for which it is named

‘Penelope’ pastry stand, aquamarine

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Name: ‘Penelope’ pastry stand, aquamarine
Designer: Sambonet, available from WallpaperSTORE*
Price: £100

Inspired by the design philosophies and spirit found amongst Italian objects and architecture created in the 1950s, Sambonet’s ’Penelope’ collection is a reinterpretation of a bygone era. Not for the first time, the historic Italian brand has manifested these qualities as the character and personality of an imaginary female figure — Penelope — a spirit that is at once modern and emancipated, sophisticated in beauty and decisive yet gentle. The collection, which comprises a series of bowls, centrepieces, and a macaron dish, combines the brand’s signature quality craftsmanship with resin detailing and polished stainless steel. Entirely made in Italy, this sleek pastry stand offers a mirrored base atop a series of aquamarine resin feet, and is crowned by an additional sphere at the top of the stand. Presented in gift packaging.

Pigeon Lamp

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Name: Pigeon Light
Designer: Ed Carpenter for Very Good & Proper
Price: £95

Designed in 2001 as an alternative souvenir of London, Ed Carpenter’s Pigeon Lamp celebrated the city’s wildlife through a humorous design. Originally created by Carpenter for his RCA graduation, the lamp was discovered by Thorsten Van Elten and put into production in a variety of candy hues. Characterised by a plastic silhouette of a pigeon concealing a lightbulb, the lamp is now making a return in time for its 20th anniversary and re-issued in black and white by Carpenter’s brand, Very Good & Proper

post-industrial plastics locally sources plastic waste

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Name: Side Table
Designer: Floyd and Thing Thing
Price: on request


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