Hello Polly designers/sisters/online store owners; Sarah Kelk and Helen Adam
Photography and styling of studio shots by talented team; Brooke Holm and Marsha Golemac
Kiwi sisters Sarah Kelk and Helen Adam have been sourcing and curating special, beautiful product for their online store; Hello Polly since 2011. But with Sarah reconnecting with her painting practice and Helen furthering her interest in textiles and design they have now launched their in house debut collection, which I think you’ll agree is lush!
In addition to the rest of their offering (which you can explore here) their Hello Polly Home collection is full of vibrant giclee prints and knitted merino cushions and throws with their signature, fun, abstract aesthetic.
I’m really excited to see what they will be adding!!
Like what you see? Scroll down to get in amongst our giveaway.
ENTER THE DRAW TO WIN YOUR CHOICE OF CUSHION + PRINT!
– head over to check out the Hello Polly Home collection and view their great range. In the comments below let us know which cushion and which print ( excluding the One Day and Someday prints)
– as usual for a second entry you can locate the competition post on the Studio Home Facebook page and simply leave your choices there too! You can stay in the loop with Hello Polly by liking their page too.
Competition open to all readers.
Winner will be drawn at random on Friday 29th of November
Imagery courtesy of Drugstore
Photography by Emma Byrnes of Heartland
The name might have you guessing a little but Drugstore is a new Australian based online haven offering premium, artisan products for the mind, body, soul and home. In addition to the goodies like wooden tooth brushes, charcoal face puffs and exotic toothpaste, owner Pooja Sharma has also developed an in house brand featuring a black soap and beauty/beard oil. Good things to come here I think!
Definitely worth a look for your discerning gift giving!
Imagery courtesy of ALAS
ALAS (All Light All Shadow) are an Australian organic jarmie and loungewear brand which I have shared a number of times over the last few years. Its exciting to see not only their garment collections grow (LOVE these!) but witness the launch of a new collaboration with a like minded designer.
Sustainability and responsible production are important elements of the ALAS brand which is why it makes sense for them to join forces with Tara Whalley; an ethical designer who has spent the last year developing and sourcing collections with local artisans of the Guatamalan Highlands.
The first result is this debut slipper range!
You can see more of the people behind the production of the slips here or browse to your hearts content here!
Our good friends at Ink and Spindle have been beefing up their homeware offering by not only introducing some fresh handprinted textiles but transforming these into the quirky pyramini cushions, big squishy ottomans and more!
If I so had my way I would be making room for this ottoman and this pyramini…
Despite the Ink + Spindle team now having a change of members/designers/makers, you might still be interested in revisiting the story and beginnings of their lovely brand here.
All imagery courtesy of Ink + Spindle