Check out our living news to hit refresh on the home-front and give your space an update with these new drops in homeware and furnishings.
If you’re wanting to make a switch up to your bedroom decor this new season, one simple yet effective way could be as easy as changing up your duvet cover or adding in new sheets. With its sustainable qualities and breathability, linen is increasingly becoming a popular bedding choice over the classic cotton and local leading homewares retailer, Father Rabbit, has just released their latest offering of linen bedding, giving us every reason to look forward to making our bed each day.
A highlight is the range from premium linen bedding brand Cultiver, including a lush Forest colourway, perfect for the upcoming colder months and is available in duvets, sheets and pillowcases. The softness and pared back look of linen is an ideal way to lift a room in a tactile way while remaining simple and fuss-free.
Unsurprisingly, us Kiwis don’t look forward to the weekly household clean. In fact, according to a recent study, 56% of us dread those cleaning days when they roll around each week. However, YOURS, a new Kiwi-made cleaning brand, has created a line of products designed to reduce stress and improve your mood while you clean.
Harnessing the mood-lifting and energy-boosting power of essential oils, YOURS is free from nasty chemicals, isn’t tested on animals and has one of the highest concentrations of essential oils of any cleaning products on the market.
Powerful as well as relaxing, YOURS antibacterial products have been deemed to be an effective cleaner by 100% of the cleaning companies who have tried and tested the range commercially over the past 18 months. With 100% recyclable packing, YOURS comes in a range of multi-purpose cleaners, toilet cleaners and stain and mold removers and retails from $16.50.
Now that we are spending more time inside, it’s important to take note of the dust and allergens that exist in our home and how we can ensure a cleaner home environment. Dyson’s latest range of purification machines are designed to capture ultrafine dust and allergens in your home, and even can destroy potentially dangerous volatile organic compounds (VOC), including formaldehyde, which are colourless gas pollutants 500 times smaller than particles the size of 0.1 microns, making them tricky to capture by sensors.
Dyson engineers have designed the machines to ensure that no air bypasses the filter and blocks any potential leak points where dirty air may enter the airflow, meaning the purifiers remove 99.95% of particles as small as 0.1 microns.
Better yet, the Dyson Purifier Cool has been designed to be 20% quieter than previous models, so you can have purer air in your home without compromising on the noise factor.
The range will be available from 20 May at dyson.co.nz