Loving Local. Playing house with David Larwill and Etsy.
LOVING LOCAL. PLAYING HOUSE WITH DAVID LARWILL AND ETSY
Last year, you might remember we partnered with Etsy, bringing the best of Australia’s community to the stylish surrounds of The Cullen. We’ve partnered up again, this time with The Larwill Studio, showcasing how you can pair a David Larwill print with some of the gorgeous handmade Etsy items, or simply by taking inspiration from the artwork and creating a Larwill-inspired space.
Taking hints of colour from Larwill’s work above, Tribal (1984), in the form of touches of blue, brushes of red and large strokes of mustard, we’ve sourced neutral and complimenting Australian Etsy homewares to really make this piece pop or effortlessly replicate the warm and vibrant tones.
1. Shibori Linen Tea Towel by BindandFold
2. Grey Bed Linen by House of Baltic Linen
3. Marsala Linen Pillowcases by House of Baltic Linen
4. Ceramics by Louise Fulton Studio
5. Ceramic Vase by Olive and Joy
6. Ceramic Vessel by Susan Simonini
7. Water Jug by The Stoneware Pottery
If you’re looking for more inspiration for your home, click over to the Esty editor’s picks for home and living where you can shop from local makers around Australia. If you’re on social media, follow the #etsyhome hashtag for inspiration from creatives all over Australia, sharing their real-life home style for 2016 — share yours too!
As a part of our ongoing partnership, Etsy are giving away 20 free listings to start your own creative business. Sign up using the promocode artseries and start your shop today!
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