I thought I’d show you a few of my favourite new homeware brands.
It was fun to explore the up and coming designers at the Talents section of the fair.
Two of the talents I selected coincidentally had a ‘hands’ theme to their works.
First, I’d like to introduce you to Anna Štěpánková and Tereza Rosalie Kladošová, who both graduated with a Masters degree from the Academy of Arts, Architecture and Design in Prague in 2016.
The image above is of a hand and pretzel. Here we see the hand dipping into sauce. Next, I’d like to introduce you to Verena Rempel, whose beautiful artistic work feature in an exclusive bedding and cushion cover collection.
All the patterns and motives in her designs were from the photos of her hands. Each side of the bedding had a unique design, so you could change up the look of your bed easily. I couldn’t stop myself swooning over the homewares collection at Hubsch Interior.
Check out that gorgeous mirror that doubles up as a clothes hook. As you can see, the round mirror and Terrazzo trends are still going strong . I’m loving that small Terrazzo dressing table mirror on the floor. Don’t you just love the timeless elegance of Scandinavian design?
I found myself drawn to these beautiful candle lantern jars by Eldvarm , made from handblown glass, powder coated metal and tanned leather straps. The colours from the naturally dyed leather were simply stunning. I’m coveting these fireplace accessories, also from Eldvarm. This beautiful rug and cushions are by Elena Schimmel of Minividuals. The rugs from Minividuals are baby friendly because they are machine washable. I captured this image of the Minividuals stall at Tendence. Since we were on the subject of kids, I thought I’d show you 2 other cool children’s products that I found.
These colourful wooden toys could also double up as Home decor, and are by Kumi Mood.
You could pull on Justus the parrot’s cord and it would flap its wings up and down.
How cute is this comics blanket from Pad concept. ?
These pastel mats from By May Stockholm were simply stunning. Talking about pastels, how cute were these cushions from Pytt Living? Their new collection cushions are excitingly now made from recycled plastic. Hope you’ve enjoyed my mini curate of the new homeware brands at Tendence fair.
Next year the fair would be bigger and even better.
I hear there will be an Urban, Modern, Cosy, Adventure and Earth district. Which district will you be exploring?
Wishing you all a lovely start to your week.
( All photography were provided by the brands mentioned in this post, and this is a paid partnership with Tendence only.)