Shining glory

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Shining glory

 

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Masters chair by Philippe Starck for Kartell I
<a 
href="http://www.backhousenz.com/masters-metallic/all/allbrands/allproducts" target="_blank"><u>  POA from backhousenz.com </u></a>

Masters chair by Philippe Starck for Kartell I POA from backhousenz.com

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Heavy Metal by Buster + Punch I
<a 
href="http://www.trenzseater.com/shop/buster-punch/heavy-metal/" target="_blank"><u> POA from trenzseater.com
 </u></a>

Heavy Metal by Buster + Punch I POA from trenzseater.com

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Piña chair by Jaime Hayon for Magis I
<a 
href="http://www.shutthefrontdoor.co.nz/products/metallicgevasesmcopper" target="_blank"><u> $55 from shutthefrontdoor.com </u></a>

Piña chair by Jaime Hayon for Magis I $55 from shutthefrontdoor.com

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Brew Stove Top by Tom Dixon I $370 from
<a 
href="http://store.simonjamesdesign.com/products/brewstovetoptomdixon" target="_blank"><u> simonjamesdesign.com </u></a> 
&
<a 
href="http://ecc.co.nz/furniture/indoor/accessories/kitchen-barware/brew-stove-top" target="_blank"><u> ecc.co.nz </u></a>

Brew Stove Top by Tom Dixon I $370 from simonjamesdesign.com & ecc.co.nz

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Z Table Lamp by Leitmotive I
<a 
href="http://collected.co.nz/products/z-lamp-by-leitmotive?variant=319953219" target="_blank"><u>  $79 from collected.co.nz </u></a>

Z Table Lamp by Leitmotive I $79 from collected.co.nz

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Bourbon Candle by Jonathan Adler I
<a 
href="http://www.askew.co.nz/collections/jonathan-adler/products/jonathan-adler-pop-candle-bourbon" target="_blank"><u>  $110 from askew.co.nz
 </u></a>

Bourbon Candle by Jonathan Adler I $110 from askew.co.nz

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Dip Spoon by Sabre I
<a 
href="http://corso.co.nz/" target="_blank"><u>  $7 from corso.co.nz </u></a>

Dip Spoon by Sabre I $7 from corso.co.nz

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Gold Square Cushion from The Linen Store I
<a 
href="http://thelinenstore.nz/collections/cushions-pillows/products/gold-square-cushion" target="_blank"><u>  $69 from thelinenstore.nz </u></a>

Gold Square Cushion from The Linen Store I $69 from thelinenstore.nz

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If the recent trend for stark, industrial-style spaces feels a little too cold for your liking, there is an answer. The current fascination with the metallic glow of copper can add warmth to a space –something we’re all looking for in these cooler months, and the good news is the material is very accessible and popular at the moment. 

Offset against lush, dark fabrics or the natural look of polished concrete floors, the shine of a copper object will provide a moment of brightness. In a modern space, the metal also lends a sense of age, with rich patinas balancing the more contemporary elements of a room. But copper is also at home in a more traditional space, where it can bring a sense of regality to timber floors and natural fabrics in furniture, such as leather. 

Curated by Thomas Cannings.


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