With a colour palette of khaki and amber, and a materials palette of cord, wicker and smoked glass, there’s no denying Freedom’s new autumn/winter ’21 collection has a strong 1970′s feel. Filled with artisanal details, rich earthy hues, organic shapes and lovely textured fabrics, the carefully curated range is made to mix and match. Here are our top picks.
Studio glassware: Made from fluted glass in smokey quartz and amber shades, the delicate Studio glassware range is comprised of tumblers, a champagne glass, carafe set and bowl. It’s seen here with the brand’s complementary amber toned Fusion glassware. From $24.95.
Atticus cushion: A dark earthy green with a quilted grid-like design, we love the moody feel of this versatile cushion. $44.95.
Mesa coverlet: This textured coverlet is quite the chameleon. Dress it up or down and use it throughout the year – just layer it up with a doona in winter and use it solo when temperatures rise. From $249.
Palazzo pouffe: Made from a gorgeous toffee coloured velvet, this is ideal for extra seating while bringing a cosy winter feel. $169.
Dome table lamp in brushed brass: Borrowing heavily from the iconic Attolo lamp, this little beauty is a much more affordably priced $179 and it comes in chrome too.
Cosh floor lamp: A sculptural black metal lamp, this one has serious presence. It’s also available in white. $149.
Mirrors: The new mirror line-up has a very textural feel. Their frame materials range from cane to wicker, rattan and rope making them ideal for a coastal abode. From $249.