You know I adore a bargain; nothing gives me greater pleasure than decking my home out for next to nothing. But at the same time, I believe every home needs balance – and that’s what mine has.
In it you’ll find a slew of budget buys alongside designer pieces I’ve treasured for years, and I like to think that a blend like this makes my humble abode feel resolved and well-rounded.
The divine pieces of furniture I’m showcasing today are the sort you’ll keep for years. What makes them even better is that they’re from iconic designer Normann Copenhagen – and when you feast your eyes on them you’ll agree that they’re definitely worth the splurge!
Above: The Block Table is so multi-purpose. Use it for drinks, as a bedside or anything you like!
The best part about the Normann Copenhagen range – which you’ll find locally at Curious Grace – is that the prices start at just $35 for the Agnes Vase. So it doesn’t cost a bomb to get your hands on a slice from this designer collection.
I also adore that the pieces fit in so well with some of the new-season paint colour trends that are coming through for the home (more on that next week on the blog), like the amazing One Step Up shelf sitting against that sublime pink wall above. Isn’t it something!?
Anna Curnuck from Curious Grace believes the range fits perfectly in the stores current family of products.
“There is an integrity and honesty in this beautiful range. We’re sure our customers will love it”.
Above: The Toj clothes rack is a great solution if you don’t have built-in wardrobes.
It’s not all furniture, of course. The Normann Copenhagen range also features everyday items given a truly unique twist. Get a load of the dustpan and broom above. That’d almost make cleaning up after the cats an enjoyable experience!
The collection features a range of items not seen in this post; think hooks, pouffes, vases, tableware and more – and at prices you won’t actually won’t find crazy. If you’re wanting to get a look at some more pieces in the collection, Click Here to visit the Curious Grace website.
>>> What’s your fave piece from the Normann Copenhagen range? I’d love to know what’s making you weak at the knees!