Homestyle February/March 2022 Issue

We were thrilled to see our Rex Kralj 4455 Chairs beautifully photographed in the Auckland home of Deb Brown and Chris Schofield on the cover of Homestyle's latest issue. The issue showcases more of this stunning Point Chevalier home so be sure to get your copy today.

Sarah Lods is no stranger at Good Form. We’ve been lucky to have some of our pieces styled by Sarah many times. We’re big fans of her work and there’s absolutely no wondering why. Be sure to check out 'Flowing Forms' – NZ House & Garden's latest styled edit full of quirky shapes and colours to brighten up your interior.

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Faye Toogood’s ‘Doodles’ series encapsulates the designer's distinctive playfulness. The series' overarching aesthetic is painterly, abstract and free-thinking as it responds to Toogood’s preoccupation through her work to ‘tinker’ and intuitively explore new styles without boundaries. The collection draws on her series of experimental textile collages. Assemblages of canvas, fabric scraps and string are saturated with vibrant washes of watercolour. The pieces feature graphic stitching detail that form curious patterns connecting the playful cut-out shapes. Though the rugs are independently idiosyncratic – they connect through an overarching style of ready-made collage and handmade materiality.  The collection comprises 40 individually dyed colors to guarantee the soft and subtle shading achieved. A distinctive texture has also been produced through a unique combination of thick and fine yarn, while the pile of the rug is hand-cut, creating differing heights and textures, from smooth to a shaggy pile.

Faye Toogood’s ‘Doodles’ series encapsulates the designer's distinctive playfulness. The series' overarching aesthetic is painterly, abstract and free-thinking as it responds to Toogood’s preoccupation through her work to ‘tinker’ and intuitively explore new styles without boundaries.

The collection draws on her series of experimental textile collages. Assemblages of canvas, fabric scraps and string are saturated with vibrant washes of watercolour. The pieces feature graphic stitching detail that form curious patterns connecting the playful cut-out shapes. Though the rugs are independently idiosyncratic – they connect through an overarching style of ready-made collage and handmade materiality. 

The collection comprises 40 individually dyed colors to guarantee the soft and subtle shading achieved. A distinctive texture has also been produced through a unique combination of thick and fine yarn, while the pile of the rug is hand-cut, creating differing heights and textures, from smooth to a shaggy pile.

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