Harrolds is decking its halls with new additions from the most covetable, cult-status interior design names, well in time for Christmas. If there’s ever been a year to get ready (extra) early, it’s this one. For summer browsing or premature merrymaking, our buyers have curated the most luxurious suite of new, locally-sourced arrivals to grace the House of Harrolds (and your very own four walls).
From opulent adornments to marble meeting places, these are some of the most sought-after additions to the modern abode. Peruse, memorise their names and pine over your favourite pieces as we prepare for a revival of entertaining à la maison.
Step inside the home of joy-stirring new interiors adornments
Existing to connect style savants with marble pieces that will stand the test of trends and time in the home, En Gold has swiftly garnered admirers from far and wide. Lovingly crafted in Melbourne and with ‘slow interiors’ at its core, this sustainable stalwart of beautiful design produces its sculptural monuments in limited quantities (adding to the exclusive, bespoke feel). Each stone piece is a pared-back pedestal, made to command a congregation of guests and cocktails around its curves this festive season. Now In-store at Harrolds Melbourne.
Degoey Planet balances a vested interest in responsible design with luxury pieces. Full of ethereal, whimsical vessels (think powder-pink ceramic swan dishes) and tangible imagination, Degoey Planet houses handcrafted clay and glaze ceramics with a difference. Fantasy and functionality is their forte, with pieces that have everyday purpose and conversation-sparking beauty. Everything is individually crafted, meaning no vase, cup or statuesque creation will be the same. Hailing from Queensland, Degoey Planet takes pride in its quality materials and honed techniques, propelling the resurgence of artisan works in the home-shopping stakes. With nothing mass produced and therefore nothing wasted, you can gift (or receive) a treasure from this trinket trove with open arms this Christmas, housewarming or any other at-home occasion worth celebrating.
The French coined term ‘jolie laide’ translates to an unconventionally pretty woman, or a dichotomy of ‘pretyt-ugly’. In a Melbourne design context, Jolie Laide is a mecca of all things bright, garish and polarising to furnish and distinguish the modern home with. Featuring kaleidoscopic candles, technicolour cushions and other elements of daring design, Jolie Laide appreciates the idiosyncrasies and uniqueness that make an abode one-of-a-kind. On their website reads a fitting quote for this wonderland of wild creations: “It’s easy to love pretty things; they’re just so comfortable to look at. More difficult, but ever more satisfying, is the pleasure that comes from appreciating something truly distinctive.” (Apartment Therapy, 2014).
Step inside the home of joy-stirring new interiors adornments from En Gold, Jolie Laide and Degoey Planet coming soon to Harrolds.