Friday round up: A mixed bag of eye popping colour and origami-inspired design
This week’s Friday round up features a beautiful cashmere wool blanket, a furniture piece that will add a splash of colour to any interior, and a house that has been designed to permeate colour inside and out.
Inhabitat | Bloom is an awesome origami-inspired blanket
We love the look of Bloom, a cashmere wool blanket designed by Bianca Cheng Costanzo. Inspired by origami, this unique piece is soft yet effortlessly holds its shape without any filling. The blankets are also easy to care for and clean. Bianca launched a pre-sale campaign on Kickstarter which was an overnight success. We’re not surprised, wouldn’t you want one too?
Wallpaper | dRMM completes WoodBlock House in London for artist Richard Woods
The WoodBlock House, off London's bustling Hackney Road, can’t fail to catch a passer-by’s eyes. Created for artist Richard Woods and his family, it was designed by de Rijke Marsh Morgan Architects (dRMM). The house has a colourful façade, created partly in Woods' signature woodgrain motifs. Some of Wood’s bespoke art pieces were also incorporated in parts of the house, such as along the staircase and parts of the front and back façade.
Anthony Hartley | Edna furniture
Anthony Hartley brings together the essence of British eccentricity, high design and craftsmanship in an irresistible range of inventive and innovative pieces. His Edna furniture range caught our eye dues to its eye popping attitude in colour that can be customised to make a unique statement. Edna is a stylish and sassy three drawer unit with a painted cabinet and legs that give a look of the 1960s. The inside of Edna's drawers are as exciting as the outside, with the same colourful high gloss finish.
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