Studio Oliver Gustav

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There are 3 reoccurring themes in my house: wood, linen and concrete. I favour anything natural and tactile, mostly in various shades of grey. If I lived alone, I’d have my entire house painted dark grey with nary a white wall in site, however Prince B is not prone to walking on the dark side, so we have compromised by having dark grey feature walls and an entirely dark grey hallway with everything else white.

If I were wealthy, there is one place I’d shop for all my home accessories and objects and that is Studio Oliver Gustav. The shop is filled with beautiful objects in marble, alabaster, linen and leather. The shop hosts designers and brands such as Michael Verhayden and Mad et Len, as well as carrying some pieces from Rick Owens. Naturally it’s all pretty expensive but my goodness I’d have a home filled with it if I could.

I’m currently awaiting the arrival of a concrete side table and I’d love a little marble or alabaster vase to sit on it and this shop has many by Michael Verhayden. Sadly the smallest amount you can expect to drop on a very small vase is nearly £300. Yikes.

 
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There are a few things that are fairy affordable and that’s these wrought iron shapes. They start at only £10 and I’m very tempted to buy a couple.

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