H&D Hotlist #116: New design products, furniture and accessories
British luxury interiors brand de Gournay is famous for hand-painted wallpaper that faithfully reproduces some of the world’s most exquisite painting techniques. But did you know that it also produces porcelain ware and figurines? Much like de Gournay’s wallpaper, the finishes on each figurine is painstakingly reproduced by hand. The Familie Rose Parrot Blanc de Chine porcelain seen here features airbrushed glaze and hand- painted enamels. Just perfect with brand’s unapologetically sumptuous L’Eden wallpaper to create an indoor tropical paradise.
In Singapore, de Gournay is exclusively distributed by Tatum Company. Prices upon request. Visit de Gournay to find out more.
WANDERLUST ON WALLS
The days of easy travel may not come back soon enough, so why not channel that wanderlust to our walls with some gorgeous travel photography? The Woods is a new online indie store selling limited edition photography prints inspired by travel, nature and architecture.
Each limited edition print comes with a signed and numbered holographic certificate of authenticity and is sold unframed with worldwide free shipping. A portion of print sale profits is donated to Create, UK’s leading charity empowering lives through the creative arts.
Seen here is a photograph by Luca Tombolini. Artworks retail from £80 (approximately S$150) at The Woods.
More and more people are emphasising their mental well-being and practising self-care to alleviate the anxiety and uncertainty from the pandemic and beyond. And what’s a more simple self-care treat than soft, plush towels?
Sunday Bedding has launched Sunday Towels, a collection of organic, ultra-plush 700gsm towels woven in Turkey, made without any harmful chemicals, a promising foray outside of the brand’s usual bedding that offers a luxe, elevated bath experience.
Hongmin Lee studied animation at the Korea National University of Arts and cites artists including Akira Toriyama and Katsuhiro Otomo as influences. He founded art collective Goo For Brothers with fellow Korean artists in the 2010s and has since been active in producing illustration, fine art and animation. Hongmin’s signature graphic is visceral, often depicting the unflinching struggle of coming of age. His solo exhibition Meta Universe was most recently displayed at the Over the Influence gallery in Hong Kong.