Falling leaves

Capture the essence of autumn with these rich tones and biophilic pieces, curated by our editor.

1 — 'AvanTech YOU' pantry stacker by Hettich, designwithhettich.co.nz
2 — ‘Zeus’ chaise by Antonio Citterio for Flexform, POA, from Studio Italia, studioitalia.co.nz
3 — ‘Kaori’ armchair by Poliform, available at Studio Italia, POA, studioitalia.co.nz
4 — ‘Montholon' chair and sofa from the Montholon series by Wendelbo, arriving soon at Bauhaus, POA, bauhaus.co.nz
5 — ‘Dipping Light’ by Jordi Canudas for Marset, $3399, available from ECC, ecc.co.nz
6 — NEFF 90cm wall-mounted canopy rangehood in stainless steel, POA, available from UnserHaus, unserhaus.co.nz
7 — ‘Bolzano' chair, available from BoConcept, POA, boconcept.com
8 — ‘Stair’ table lamp by Oblure, $675, from Good Form, goodform.co.nz
9 — ‘Contour’ rug by Bernabeifreeman, $5,880, from Designer Rugs, designerrugs.co.nz
10 — ‘Feast by Ottolenghi’ salad bowl by Yotam Ottolenghi & Bisignano for Serax, $162, from ECC, ecc.co.nz
11 — 'Yoell' chair by Vincent Van Duysen for Molteni&C, available in Black Ash, Eucalyptus or Sunrise Oak frame, POA, available at Dawson & Co., dawsonandco.nz
12 — ‘Waffle’ wool blanket, $390, from Citta, cittadesign.com
13 — ‘Fin’ pendant, $1,770, from Tim Webber Design, timwebberdesign.com

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