Published at Wednesday, 06 June 2018. Futons and Accessories. By liezel callan.
Melanie Porter's Knitted Furniture. Melanie Porter made a splash at this years’ London Design Festival when her knitted furniture and lamps were on display at the Truman Brewery as part of Tent London. Melanie Porter's Knitted Lamps. Claire-Anne O’Brien also took part in London Design Festival. Her fabulous knitted stools were exhibited at Designers Block. Claire-Anne O'Brien's Knitted Stools. Italian manufacturer Casamania has jumped on the bandwagon with the Granny Lamp designed by Pudelskern.
If you are moving to a larger home, you will need to think about the size and scale of the rooms and the furniture you have, where it will be placed and how you will enhance it if need be. I tend to come from the school where bigger really is better. It makes a statement, can be bold, dramatic and very handsome. Yes, a Grand Steinway can rest comfortably in a smaller room. One simply needs to avoid crowding a space. Contrary to what many believe, furniture can make a smaller room feel larger than it is, even that on a larger scale.
Hand-Crocheted Sonne pendant lamp by Naomi Paul. For knitted storage, Ferm Living stocks some lovely little knitted baskets as well as some gorgeous floor cushions. Petrol Knitted Baskets by Ferm Living. Even wallpaper isn’t exempt from the knitting trend and Surface View stocks a genius digital paper called Knitted Room, which is designed by Chae Young Kim. Chae Young Kim's Knitted Room wallpaper from Surface View. Hooked Design is a Finnish company that produces hand-crocheted rugs made from waste from the textile industry.
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