April Feels: Autumn meets edgy furniture

As the weather cools, wardrobes aren’t the only spaces warranting an update. Continuing on with our colour feels, this month is all about finding inspiration in the changing climate.

Get motivated by these edgy autumn-inspired interior additions that are sure to jump-start your seasonal refresh.

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Orion globe light by Lee Broom

Warm metallics reflect the rusty copper of fallen leaves and burnt orange tones of autumn sunsets. Orion couples understated modular lights with opposing opaque and solid polished gold spheres. These connect and expand horizontally and vertically to create bespoke constellations of light with infinite adaptations.

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Poppy pouf by Fogia

The round, quilted shape of the poppy pouf by Fogia is reminiscent of a beautiful flower with petals spreading out, while the colour palette exudes warmth in a contemporary style.

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Artwork by Melissa Boughey

Fleshy, earthy tones, layered and expressive are dominating elements in Melissa Boughey’s art – and this one is no exception. Time spent immersed in the landscape, drawing on the subdued colour of the Australian landscape is intrinsic to her experience and provides the framework for the development of paintings.

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Lagos table by Baxter

Cylindrical-shaped legs in antiqued brass pair with a sophisticated marble top to immediately infuse any space with sophisticated style reminiscent of the cooling outdoor weather.

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Lato side table by Luca Nichetto

Striking, graphic and poetic, the Lato side table is a timeless addition that can easily become the centre of attention in a room. Its slim silhouette is balanced by an oval-shaped top and base to resemble a modern statue.

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‘Any way you like it’ artwork by Dina Broadhurst

Sydney artist Dina Broadhurst’s evocative signature style of collage and photography results in pieces – such as ‘Any way you like it’ – that captivate and draw the viewer in to explore the multidimensional layers.

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Isabella chair by Simon James Design

At home in any space – from living room or office – the Isabela Chair is small enough not to overwhelm yet provides enough visual interest to give nod to autumn’s golden hues. The upholstered armchair features a slim three-legged steel frame supporting a plush seat in luxurious wool blend. 

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Bastone cabinet by Poiat

A true masterpiece, the partly open design of the meticulously crafted Bastone cabinet enables the filtering of light and reflection of shades. The skilful woodwork, rich textures, and dark tones are presented beautifully in stained oak.