Urbaani Homewares is Australia’s destination for Scandinavian designed homewares and tableware. All ceramic homewares in the Urbaani collection capture the principles of simplicity, minimalism and functionality and, at the same time, delightfully radiate warmth and modern- day charm.
Australians can now enjoy a piece of history and luxurious quality with Danish design company Lucie Kaas who is behind the re-launch of a selection of the most popular Danish and Scandinavian objects from the 50s, 60s and 70s. All pieces of the Urbaani Homewares collection are timeless, recognizable and will introduce a luxurious look to your space.
Urbaani Homewares welcomes to the table a range of fluted vases (10cm and 17cm) (starting from RRP $60), Bonbonniere (RRP $90) and candleholders (RRP $49.95) developed by the infamous Christian Schollert in the 1930s.
This earthenware collection plays with striking sculptured pottery that depicts nature; tapered lines, superior quality and a classic aesthetic sure to add lightness and intrigue to the kitchen or table setting. Available in matt white and mint green glaze, the Christian Schollert collection is dearly loved by design enthusiasts around the globe.
The veritable haven for Scandinavian cool, Lucie Kaas has revived the 1950’s iconic Lotus leaf pattern by Scandinavian Designer Arne Clausen – considered to be one of the biggest successes of Nordic design.
Featuring a distinctive range of ceramic bowls, cups, milk jugs and pitchers in a color palette of red, black, blue, green, yellow and pastel colors; white with orange, white with mint green, white with light blue, white with dark blue, mint green with white, the Arne Clausen collection is timeless and a true testament to minimalistic elegance.
Steal a piece of Scandinavia with Urbaani Home and Living collection with a series of witty wooden carvings from Gunnar Flørning- the man behind many of the biggest Danish design successes in history. Each animal celebrates a playful elegance inspired from the 1960s, while putting a fresh spin on timeless designs. These Danish darlings are simply delightful and the perfect accessory to add to your décor.
Bordfolk characters, ‘otherwise known as table people’ include delightfully painted wooden eggcups, candle holders and pencil holders with origins that date back to the 1960s. The collection comes in a range of characters and appeals to adults and children, alike. Now, that’s cute!
Designed by Japanese designer Megumi Ito, Peggy Wall Clips (RRP $49.95) eclipse Scandinavian’s functional minimalist look with Japan’s pure forms. Made from Beechwood, Peggy Wall Clips are painted MDF in rose, mint green, grey and dark blue; defined silhouettes that create a feeling of harmony and simplicity and add a touch of sophistication to an otherwise bland wall.
Sit down in style with the Pick ME Stool (Height 45cm, seat 30x45cm)/ (RRP $299) – a small chair or side table with big personality that is cool, modern, young and vibrant, and adds instant playfulness and sophistication to any room. Designed by Anna Karnov, the Pick ME stool is available in rosa, burnt orange, dark grey, grey white and petroleum green, and a seat for the stylish!
A business born from an appreciation of color, craftsmanship, form and above all functionality, Urbaani Homewares has been heralded as Australia’s destination for superior Scandinavian design.
GREAT NEWS: Urbaani Homewares will be exhibiting at Life Instyle, Melbourne, 30 July- 2 August, 2015. Get on down and see them, & say ‘Don’t Call Me Penny’ said to say “hi”.
Would you like to add a bit of Scandanavian style to your home? Aren’t the Bordfolk and wooden animals just adorable? I’d like to take them all home. What would you take home?
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