Friday means only one thing here on the Peter’s blog. Actually, it means five things, to be exact…
Every week, we select five of our favourite new arrivals to profile as our Friday Favourites. It’s been difficult narrowing it down to just five products this week, but somehow we managed.
Ready to take a look at this week’s Friday Favourites? Here they are…
Just try to resist this enticing Tea Set, made by hand from denim blue porcelain. We couldn’t – hence it’s first up in this week’s Friday Favourites! Like all Zero Japan teapots, it’s made in Japan, but unlike the rest of Zero Japan’s range, this enticing teapot is accompanied by a pair of matching cups. It’s the perfect way to enjoy tea with a friend. And just like your favourite pair of jeans, it’s ideal for any occasion.
Every year, Victorinox releases a selection of Classic Swiss Army Knives, in a series of limited edition designs. Our range for 2016 has just arrived, and we’ve taken quite a shine to this colourful forest-inspired Swiss Army Knife…but with so many to choose from, there’s bound to be a design that’s perfect for you. The thing about the Classic Swiss Army Knife is that it’s got everything you need – scissors, a blade, a nail file that doubles as a screwdriver – and it’s the perfect size for your keyring, so it never has to leave your side. Which is great news, because you’ll find yourself using it all the time.
Tampico bags, made in France, are a completely new addition to our range, but the reaction to these bags on social media and in our store has been so overwhelming that they’re bound to become a permanent feature. Each Tampico bag is made by hand from natural, raw materials, like cotton and leather. The result? Simple, sophisticated style that’s bound to be noticed. Our favourite is the Folk bag. It’s not only huge – it’s so breezy, with two handles that loop effortlessly over the shoulder, as well as a detachable shoulder strap. Want to see the whole range? Click here.
A new collection from dinnerware icon, Wedgwood and fashion powerhouse, Vera Wang is always something to celebrate! We love the creamy, matte grey finish of the new Colour collection. And then, there’s the organic shapes and the contrasting rims that make each piece look handcrafted. Colour is made from stoneware and it’s ideal for presenting any meal in typically elegant Wedgwood style. Invite it over for dinner.
This week’s edition of Friday Favourites has taken us to Japan, Switzerland, France and England – and finally, we’re heading back to Australia! We’re huge, huge fans of Melbourne brand, Otto and Spike. In fact, we’ve just welcomed a whole heap of stunning new Otto and Spike cushions and throw rugs to our range – and the Cherry Bomb Throw Rug in particular caught our eye. Decorated with a distinctive, intricate pattern of pink cherry blossoms set against black on one side and duck egg blue on the other, this versatile throw rug will liven up your lounge room all year round.
We hope you’ve enjoyed this week’s Friday Favourites post, because we get a real kick out of putting them together for you. We’ll be back next week with a look at one of our favourite brands, as well as some decorating inspo…and, of course, another fresh set of Friday Faves. Have a great weekend!