Trendspotting With Someday Designs
From the emerging to the established, entrepreneur Emily Mayne selects designs and brands that are not only of the highest quality materials but which share a similar understated aesthetic that exemplifies the beauty of craftsmanship and thoughtful detail. Her platform and e-shop, Someday Designs, is used also to recognise the process of each of her carefully selected Design Partners, sharing the inspiration and story behind each piece, weighting its importance and value within the home; be that simply a piece kept for many years or one passed down from generation to generation. A curated selection of thoughtful design for the discerning customer, Someday Designs offer a personal, meaningful and considered online shopping experience. From leather straps to smoked glass, read on as the Warehouse Home team share three key pieces sure to be trending this autumn winter.
1. A rediscovered classic, the Nomad chair was inspired by seating once originally made for British military officers.
Nomad chair in natural canvas by We Do Wood, £740, Someday Designs
2. Smoked glass? Tick. Burnished Copper? Tick. Desire? Tick, Tick Tick! This stunning accent bowl lamp was inspired by traditional lanterns and is available in either a raw, textured copper or green, verdigris base.
Bowl lamp in smoked glass with raw copper base by New Works, £391, Someday Designs
3. A playful spin on positive and negative space, and an original take on the simple side table use this minimalist design as a stylish storage solution.
Monolit side table by Universo Positivo, £166, Someday Designs
In an extension of the e-shop, Someday Designs plan to offer interior packages, property styling and sourcing services for both commercial and residential clients. Emily is currently working on a collection of made-to-order sofas and a capsule lighting collection inspired by Scandinavian and Japanese silhouettes.
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