Homewares & Technology

Refresh your home for Autumn/Winter

Looking to make those small changes at home that will make it your dream sanctuary, but unsure where to start?
 
"The first step is to prioritise," says artist and interior designer Lisa Quinn-Schofield from Featherhorse Studio. "Start with one room and complete it before moving to the next. You'll feel satisfied with your achievements."
 
Craving inspiration? Here is what Lisa loves at Karrinyup this season.  
 
Brass coffee table from Coco Republic 
“The best interiors are a combination of textures and materials,” says Lisa. “When styling, use a combination of different heights and shapes like books, textured vessels, and natural elements like stone.”  


 
We love clustering candles on a tray. Head to Dusk for scented, unscented, votive and tealight versions.
 
Curved light from Big W
“This little beauty will bring style and interest to any bedside table or console,” she says. “Place a cute vase of foliage or flowers next to it.” 


 
We love Cooper & Co’s Ali Glass Marble Square Side Table from Myer which features similar luxe materials and hues.
 
Ceramics  from Country Road
“I love seeing different height vessels together on a shelf or buffet,” says Lisa.  “Display as beautiful objects at eye level or higher, or place on a lower surface and fill sticks for height and a sculptural element.”


 
We love gathering flowers from A Mano Florals in a single colour for striking impact.
 
Black cutlery from David Jones
“Black cutlery gives an edge to any setting,” she says. “They are great for formal occasions or dining casually.” 
 
We love Country Road’s Dana Table Runner and Hast marble coasters that pull the scheme together.
 
Corduroy coverlet  from Adairs
“Floral on one side and corduroy on the other, this coverlet changes with the seasons,” says Lisa. “Use as a light cover or fold at the end of a bed for sumptuous layering.”


 
We love Sheridan’s Ortiz Square Cushion that adds rich colour to the scheme.
 
Statement bath towels from Bed, Bath & Table
“Subtle checked prints add interest to a bathroom,” says Lisa. “Team with a different print in the same palette to elevate your space.”
 


We love Sheridan’s Living Textures Towels in inky black for creating contrast.
 
Robert Gordon Garden To Table salad bowl & servers from House
“This set gives a lovely earthy feel to entertaining or sits beautifully on a benchtop as decorative objects,” says Lisa.


 
We love Home Republic Modena Fringe Placemats from Adairs. It’s their perfect match.