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Curating the must have pieces each season, Sheridan Studio Buyer Jo Tarjan uncovers trends before they hit the shelves.

This SS17 Jo’s must haves feature earthy, textural elements bringing interior styling back to basics. With a strong emphasis on handcrafted accessories, each piece has a distinctly organic feel. To elevate your living space, subtle new additions can make a world of difference.

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Handmade ceramics

A key seasonal direction for our studio this spring/summer is handmade ceramic planters and vases. Whether displayed in the bedroom, bathroom or living room, this collection is easily incorporated throughout the home with its earthy and botanical feel. Bringing out key accents in design trends this seasonlace pillowcases, our ceramic planters and vases are all made by hand. To bring nature into your living space, the Villa Speckled 2 Tone Ceramic Planter is ideal for displaying lush greenery.Textured and organic, the Rhian 2 Tone Oval Ceramic Vase is one of Jo’s picks for the season ahead.

Handwoven rugs

Woven by hand in India, our new season rugs are rich, textured and impactful within the home. Our Ingham Flatweave Fringe Rug features subtle tassel detailing and a finely woven design. It’s neutral colour palette allows this beautiful rug to work seamlessly with your existing decor. Made with raw, natural fibres our rugs have an earthy and organic feel, complementing key design trends.

Inspiring reads

Filled with stunning imagery of wild botanicals and evocative interiors, this season, one of Jo’s must have items is a luxurious coffee table book. With a focus on textiles, colour and natural elements, Hans Blomquist in Detail offers endless inspiration for styling the home. A practical guide to caring for succulents, cacti, tropical and air plants, House of Plants shares tips on integrating greenery into every aspect of your home. For a thoughtful gift, Jo recommends pairing a beautiful read with our handmade ceramics.

Contemporary wall art

Nothing elevates a room like a vibrant art piece. This season, our in house artists sourced inspiration from design trips taken along the south coast of NSW. With a distinct painterly feel, each piece is natural and organic reflection of key seasonal themes. A mixture of photography and hand painted works, our wall art and wallpapers this SS17 are a contemporary take on Australia’s natural beauty.

Designed in house and made to order, both our Mulligan and Earston wallpapers feature soft, neutral tones to complement muted colour palettes and hints of natural wood. For added vibrancy to any room, consider wall art. Drawing inspiration from Australia’s diverse landscape, this season Jo’s must haves include Midnight Fleur and Lake Cave; two watercolour prints in tranquil shades of blue and indigo.

Natural storage

Practical and textural, this season natural storage is key. Handmade with water hyacinth, our Lucca and Adelaide Open Weave Baskets feature leather handles for added interest. Available in a range of sizes, Jo recommends using these natural, woven baskets to display houseplants for an unexpected twist.

With the most social time of year around the corner, there’s no doubt you’ll be having some guests to stay. See our simple guide to preparing your home for guests.

Jana Bek is an interior designer with a fantastic eye for color and an even better sense of style. Through Bek Design, she works with clients all over the country to design spaces that suit her clients’ needs and budget. After being dazzled by this entryway which features our Augusta Dining Table, we asked Jana to share her best tips for creating a purposeful entryway for your home.

Hi everyone! My name is Nancy Mahoney and I’ve been making quilts for over 30 years. My early quilts were hand quilted. However, for the last 20 years or so, all of my quilts have been machine quilted. When quilting with my BERNINA 790 I use a variety of techniques, including the BERNINA Walking-foot # 50 and free-motion quilting. Today, I’m going to show you how to quilt a unique design using your walking foot and my easy No-Mark method. If you’ve been wanting to use your walking foot for more than just straight lines, but have been reluctant to try free-motion quilting, this method is for YOU!

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