Featuring organic-inspired design motifs that are hand screen-printed onto organic fabrics, Ink & Spindle’s new collection features cushions, zip purses and shoulder bags plus floor cushions – all printed and sewn in their Melbourne studio.
“Local and ethical manufacturing is the focus of our latest homewares collection, with all of the products designed, printed and manufactured either in-house or within 10km of our studio,” says Ink & Spindle designer and owner Lara Cameron who works alongside her business partner Caitlin Klooger.
In the business for seven years, the brand has a penchant for Australia’s native flora and fauna which is evident in their gorgeous designs that eschews current trends.
“It’s important to us that our designs have inherent longevity. Rather than following design or fashion trends too closely we try to develop textiles that will fit in your life for many years to come,” says Lara.
The new range also features botanical timber crates produced by the brand’s downstairs neighbor Like Butter and ottomans assembled by Upholstery Workshop in the nearby suburb of Williamstown.