We’ve all found ourselves in that situation when you discover something you love in a design magazine and then later on you can’t find it. Well, you’re lucky – this nightmare ends today!
We want to share with you the lovely products we spot in ELLE Decoration magazine, and of course we know where to get them from… ferriousonline!
So, if you have it, open your June copy of ELLE Decoration, sit back and look through it with our guide.
After flipping through all of the adverts & reading a lovely letter from the editor, we finally spot something we really love – the Menu POV Table Candle Holders! On pages 20-21, you can win a whole dining set including these lovely candle holders. We wish you luck, but just in case you don’t win, click on the picture below to buy them on our website. They’re only £30 each!
Another product to win is HAY J110 Chair designed by Poul M Volther. It is a traditional-looking chair which comes in 5 colours to fit any interior’s colour palette. Click on the picture to see more info on the chair on our website:
Moving onto page 37 and ‘The Trend’, we see the Catch Chair by one of our newer brands – &Tradition. It was designed by Jaime Hayon and here is presented in lovely mint green – one of the trendy pastel colours this season. Click on the image below to buy.
This time a simple yet classy advert catches our eye – a new product from Carl Hansen & Son? Yes, please! Designed by Hans J Wegner in 1955, the CH88 Chair comes in many colours to satisfy everyone’s needs & likes. Click the picture below will take you the CH88T with seat & backrest in CHS signature colours.
After turning one page, we find some of our favourite home accessories from E15. The wooden paperweights are called Haus (means ‘house’ in German) due to their homely shapes. There are so many variants to it, see for yourself by clicking on the picture below the text. The other pictured accessories from E15 are the Stop bookends. They are marble, therefore very heavy and sure to STOP your books from moving. Click on the picture to find out more.
In the News section on pg. 50, another Menu product is featured – a side table this time. It is called ‘Yeh Wall’ and its name refers to the table having to lean against a wall to stand up straight. The table comes in a palette of powder colours, check them all out by clicking on the picture:
One page later we notice the wonderful Wishbone Chairs by Carl Hansen & Son – the classic design beloved by all our customers. In the magazine they are pictured within an industrial interior. The CH24 Chair in neutral white & natural oak, gracefully complement the contemporary space. Click on the picture below to discover the classic Wishbone Chair:
The CH88 is also featured on one of the news pages on pg. 62. This sleek new design is sure to be a hit. This time click the picture below for a more classic take on the colour palette – the natural wood in a number of finishes:
After flipping through many pages & seeing many interesting things on the way, we find ourselves looking at a beautiful vintage RAR Rocking Chair designed by none other than Charles & Ray Eames. Its shell is fiberglass – these are not commonly available now, however the polyurethane shell of the RAR produced by Vitra is just as great and even more practical. See all the available colours by clicking on the picture.
In Skye Gyngell’s kitchen (pg. 134), we catch a glimpse of chrome & white BL6 Wall Lights. Their refined shapes look very apt on a marble wall over the sink. We are proud to observe our favourite lamp in such a talented chief’s cooking space. Click below for the same version of Bestlite and discover more finishes on the website.
Next up is Adam White’s kitchen in his South London home, featuring the very popular Tom Dixon Beat Lights. The Beat Wide fittings resemble plates or bowls therefore look great above the breakfast bar. Find the whole Beat family by clicking below.
Not many pages after the Food feature, we look at the Anniversary Exclusive 100 Hot High-Street Hits under £100. One of them we actually recognise to be Menu’s Juuri Glass Containers. These are very practical jars in a variety of colours & sizes. Click on the image for details:
In the next mag feature, we find ourselves at a garden party, surrounded by some outstanding furniture & accessories, mostly in trendy powder green/mint & whites. At first glance, we spot a continuation of Gubi’s Mategot family – a trolley. Portable & slim, it fits in well with the feature Flos Aim Lights. These casually hang above a table that is ready for guests and food. Check out both products on our website:
A fresh indoor dining space looks more contemporary with the use of the &Tradition Raft Table in Smoked Oak. Its intriguing legs give the dated interior a chance to be revived. See the table on our website:
On the last page of the Nature’s feature, we identify two Menu objects – the Tilt Board with a Storage Jar on top. Their natural colours create a great composition next to the rest of the outdoor greens & whites. The white colour in the space is given mostly by the elegant Gubi Model 1 Chair. Find all 3 products on our website:
From classy outdoor picnics, to Eco Elegance. With the house featuring so many vintage & rustic pieces, we didn’t expect to observe a Twiggy Floor Lamp! With its smooth shade, long ‘neck’ & red finish, it almost resembles a fancy exotic bird amongst all the rare eccentric pieces of design. Find Twiggy by Foscarini on our website:
Although the name stated in the magazine is incorrect, we immediately see the Marset Scantling Lamp! Its original design stands out in an uncomplicated bedroom of a Long Island property. See the link below for more info on the lamp:
In a completely different setting of a Melbourne-based home, we detect one of the Alex Side Tables by E15. Its sturdy & traditional look introduces to a more toned down look overall. See the tables for yourself:
Further down the corridor (on the next page), we identify the Tab Floor Lamp by Flos. With its sleek contemporary look, it stands out in the space just well enough to be recognised. It is positioned above an armchair creating a lovely reading corner. See the light here:
A Nouveau Chic apartment in Barcelona surprised us with a modernistic Tolomeo Lettura Light (produced by Artemide). Used as a reading lamp in a corner it does make a positive statement and shows that styles can be mixed with a great result. For further details click here:
The last great product we observe is in the same apartment and it is one of the most recognised E15 designs – the Backenzahn Stool/Side Table. One of our favourites. We love them so much, we have 2 of them in our showroom! If you’d like to own one, please click the image:
If you are still reading this, we are grateful and hope you enjoyed it. Let us know in comments section if a feature like this one is something we should repeat next month. We are looking forward to hearing your thoughts!