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Style Bible: From carved wooden lamps to Ralph Lauren classics

Kesterport mirror and console table set

Kesterport mirror and console table set

FOR anyone looking to add a bit of wow factor to hallways in the run-up to Christmas, this striking Kesterport mirror and console table set has to be a contender. The reflective surfaces will bounce light around, enhancing a sense of space.

Available from new Glasgow outlet, Boyd Furniture Designs, which is headed up by Joe Boyd, a former director at Reid Furniture, the store stocks contemporary furniture from British designer names such as Michael Tyler and Kesterport, as well as Italy’s Nicoletti.

Console table, £799, mirror, £599, Boyd Furniture Designs, Clarkston Toll, Glasgow (0141-620 3030, www.boydfurnituredesigns.co.uk)

White stuff

RIGBY & MAC offers a combined product range from three lifestyle stores that is now available online. Country style, eclectic design and vintage feminine looks in furniture, fashion and home wares have been brought together from three separate outlets on one website. We love this distressed white carved wooden standard lamp. A lovely wintry, shabby chic addition to

living spaces.

Carved white standard lamp, £128, Rigby & Mac (www.rigbyandmac.com)

Seating plan

FOR luxurious finishing touches, the new Ralph Lauren Home collection is now at Jeffreys Interiors in Edinburgh. Since 1983 Ralph Lauren has been producing seasonal homes collections that stand the test of time. Pictured is the Hepplewhite Wing Chair with its vintage, hand woven washed indigo interior and walnut frame. Investment pieces that never go out of fashion.

Hepplewhite Wing Chair by Ralph Lauren Home, £3,120, Jeffreys

(www.jeffreys-interiors.co.uk)

What’s on

DESIGNER Laura Spring takes the inspiration for her fabric designs from everyday experiences such as the weather. Glasgow-based Laura, a graduate of Glasgow School of Art, has developed symbols and motifs relating to the weather into graphic fabric designs. She prints her own fabric in her Pollokshields studio, working with a tailor to custom make her products. Her current focus is on the relationship between print and its function through the design and production of a range of bespoke luggage and clothing.

Until 3 Dec, Show Studio Presents Laura Spring, Review Gallery, The Lighthouse, 11 Mitchell Lane, Glasgow (www.thelighthouse.co.uk)

 

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