Winter Wanderers: First Light
by Nathan | June 21, 2022
Introducing dreamy light and touches of colour, First Light presents winter in a playful and modern light. The curated blend of solid European oak pieces with whimsical art prints by Jen Sievers and pops of colours in our metal range conveys how colour can still be understated and refined.
First Light elevates the everyday home with a mostly refined palette, accented by exploratory tones that are easily changed out when seasons change. Homewares, wall colours and selective accent pieces are key here, offering these pops of colour in selective areas.
“Light timber tones are accented by vibrant bursts of colour, a fresh and playful way to reimagine classic pieces. The perfect way to offset dreary winter days, and create a space that is fun and invigorating. Layer colourful accessories in complementary colours”, says our stylist Jess.
Pops of Colour
A large scale open plan setting, this living and dining space seamlessly brings more conservative colour choices together with bursts of colour. Marmoset Found vases pull green and pink tones through various areas, while the Bounce Armchair in Opal Forest anchors the space around a colour that’s deeper in tone, and easily transitions between seasons. Elsewhere, the Accent 3 Seater Sofa is seen in a pared back Copenhagen Grey boucle, a great way to introduce texture in a refined manner. The brand new Ripple range anchors the space, the matching Entertainment Unit and Sideboard on opposing sides of the room, and offering a playful yet practical aspect.
If blue and green accents are more your speed, this space is for you. The new Peek Dining table and Halo console offer maximum practicality in this space, while the Tribe Home Crete Rug explores these ocean colours with ease. Marcia Priestley’s The Empyrean helps further explore these tones through a more literal interpretation of the ocean, truly bringing this space full circle.
Featuring the brand new Echo Bed and Bedside Table, this setting explores the combination of refined timber tones with pastel colour injections. Lime greens come together throughout the space, while Jen Sievers’ Luminous Clarity brings abstract forms across pinks, yellows and reds together to a beautiful effect.