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Monthly Favourites: February 2021

Hello everyone, happy February! Since I will be sharing this type of post every month I have decided I would like to highlight (at least) one trend and one artist/ designer in each monthly favourites and even maybe a favourite small and/or local business, in addition to the products I've been loving! So read on if you love a bit of interior design talk...

No. 1

Earlier in February I shared an artist on our Instagram feed whose work I have fallen in love twith. One of the reasons I enjoy Instagram is the exposure it can give to those who are self-employed, I've discovered so many amazing designers and artists through this platform and Edith Beurskens is the latest. Under the username @edithbeuskens_art Edith shares her work that features 3D shapes made from plant-based material. The intriguing surfaces are plastered and painted by hand in neutral colours. I find her collections to be extremely calming and aesthetically pleasing and love the focus on sustainably creating artwork for the home. Check our her website!




No. 2

A design trend I have recently fallen in love with is vertical wooden panels, as shown above in this beautiful commercial space by Nordic Tales. I love how the it incorporates wooden tones into a space in a contemporary way. I will absolutely be keeping this in mind when design spaces, as it mixes so well with brass details, metal and concrete textures. As for these unique pendant lights, Bright Spot is a reinterpretation of the classic café pendant known for bathing the urban Parisian coffee shops in a soft, ambient light. Nordic Tales have maintained the warm glow but combined the chic Parisian aesthetic with a Nordic minimalism creating an almost clinical, yet tactile design with just a hint of nostalgia.





No. 3

An affordable yet stylish dinnerware set, that stood out to me this month, is the GLADELIG range from IKEA. I have owned the mugs for a while now but was pleasantly surprised to see they have a whole range online. The range includes; mug, large plate, side plate, 11cm or 14cm bowl, 20 x 13cm serving plate or 31 x 19cm serving plate. They feel heavy and expensive with a design you would pay double for elsewhere. I will highlight however, the mugs are not the easiest to hold, just be aware of this if you perhaps struggle with smaller handles! I like the fact you can buy the items separately, as it makes it easier to replace broken ones and you can customise to your household needs.




No. 4

A furniture favourite from this month is the Haines chest of drawers in a beautiful mango wood with brass handles and metal legs. The design of this range is simply beautiful and would add a sophisticated touch to a bedroom or office. Within the Haines collection on there is matching pieces to complement, including wardrobe, bedside table and a larger chest of drawers for more storage.




Let me know what you think of my favourites this month. Do you have any favourites worth highlighting? Comment below!

If you buy any of these items please tag us in your pictures using @debeauinteriors or #debeauinteriors. We would love to see how you style them.


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