Flexible shelving, glass panels that evoke the natural world and a contemporary floor light. Here are the products that caught my eye this week
Wallcovering specialist Optidek has launched a collection of wall panels by abstract artist Sally Coulden (above). Developed for use as kitchen splashbacks and bathroom panels as well as wall art, the Earth Collection is designed to evoke the beauty and majesty of the natural world.
Each wall panel is created by digitally deconstructing Sally’s original canvases at the bespoke size required. The digital artwork is then applied to a heat-resistant, 6mm low iron toughened glass panel. Optidek offer an on-site survey, taking measurements that allow for uneven walls, then by using waterjet cutting machinery the company provides glass to exact dimensions. This ensures a perfect fit without the need for fillers.
Crucial Trading has launched sisal floorcovering Ogee. The new design embraces the rhythmic nature of the ancient ogee motif, taking inspiration from Indian architecture and the artisanal quality of twining and loop to create a textural design that is both contemporary and timeless.
Available in four colourways, including warm golds and cool silvers, Ogee is suitable for both rugs and broadloom.
A collaboration between Original BTC and interior designer Beata Heuman has resulted in the Alma collection of lights. Pendants, table, wall and a twin-armed floor light feature ceramic shades with pin hole decoration that give a soft glow but can also be angled to provide task lighting
Shelved modular units now offer more options to allow you to customise storage for the bedroom, living room hall or home office. You can add extra height, glass shelves, planter boxes even colourful fabric panels. Another nice addition are connection pins in black steel or solid brass with a knurled detail which help to elevate the product