They come in three sizes and all share a flecked finish due to being hand-knotted from a blend of wool and silk.
Sistine was recently featured on Dezeen Showroom, alongside a large collection of terracotta tiles intended to be mixed and matched and a kitchen island designed for its contents to be visible at all times.
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The Portuguese brand created the range with the aim of using multiple tile shapes and colours in conjunction with one another to create unique and playful patterns.
Kitchen manufacturer Space Theory has released Daylight, a fully customisable kitchen island designed to allow its contents to be seen.
Users can choose the island's length as well as optional extras including appliances, drawers, specialised storage solutions and power outlets.
The pared-back sofa consists of a separate seat, backrest and frame that can be combined in different configurations for various uses.
The designers intended the piece to be placed centrally in a room rather than being confined to a corner or against a wall like traditional desk placements.
The German bathroom brand created the collection, which includes towel rails, mirrors, shelves and hooks, taking cues from the geometric forms of Axor's existing bathroom ranges.
Made from recycled glass, the lamp is made up of a bell-shaped shade with a blue loop attached, allowing it to be hung on a wall hook or mounted onto a tabletop or floor stand.
It has a myriad of advanced features including that it circulates steam as opposed to hot air, meaning food retains its colour and nutrients more effectively than traditional ovens, according to the brand.
Panels can be made from etched glass or 3form's signature Varia resin and decorated with a range of motifs.
Designed by Thinkk Studio for Thingg Store and handmade by craftspeople in Thailand, Sarn is named after the Thai word for weaving.
The lampshades are made from woven palm leaves and come in four different colours in either conical or bell-shaped.
German kitchen appliance manufacturer Gaggenau has designed a warming drawer with a wide range of functionalities.
The culinary warming drawer 400 series works across a span of temperatures from 30 to 80 degrees Celsius and can proof dough, defrost food and slow cook as well as heat plates, according to the brand.
The trolley provides storage as well as drinks-making facilities.
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