Gifts from the interior realm have long been given on Mother’s Day. I’m sure I’m not the only one who remembers the first (and last!) time a home appliance was given — fancy an iron, anyone? And while no mother wants to be reminded of the tedious side of domestic life, there are plenty of gorgeous, spangly homewares that are sure to brighten mum’s day one month today on Sunday, 14 May.
Ninnho Diamond bath towel set: These towels are like artwork for the bathroom which is no surprise given they’re designed by the talented artist Antoinette Ferwerda. $199.
Citta Rombo printed cushion cover: It’s the seventies-inspired geometric design and colour palette that reeled me in with this one and it’s perfect for an Autumn makeover. $69.90.
‘It’s Beautiful Here’ book by Megan Morton: A compendium of some of Megan’s favourite homes, this new book is a great coffee table tome for the design enthusiast. $60.
Amigos De Hoy Czar Splash Mat: Digitally printed on low pile, soft chenille, these mats are non-slip, washable and an ideal bathroom accessory that’s perfect for a splash of colour. $99.
west elm copper and marble cheese knives (set of three): Marble and copper combined = a match made in the proverbial. How could she not love these? $59.
Rebecca Judd Loves Home Republic Noah quilted quilt cover: This double-sided quilt cover, from Rebecca Judd’s latest collection, features a marble print on one side and gorgeous grey quilting on the other. From $139.95.
Anrol Designs personalised wooden spoon: Your child’s drawing printed on a wooden spoon makes a gorgeous keepsake for grandma. $25.
Rose St Trading Co Initial jewellery box: Combining lacquered wood with a velvet interior and brass initial detailing, this is the sort of luxury item a mum would never buy for herself. $119.95.
Anka Baric says
I am after some really luxe bedlinen – Frette quality, but unable to find it retail in Australia.
Could you please advise if you know of any brands/ retailers in Sydney of that quality.
many thanks .