With September school holidays coming to an end in the southern hemisphere, we switch our focus to a stylish handbag solution to head back to work with, some body oil to quench our sun damaged skin from two weeks spent at the beach – and a stylish solution for those pesky wet towels that seem to be taking over our children’s bedroom floors.
Artist Sally West adds a fresh approach to the traditional technique of Plein Air painting. The moody greys of the ‘Palm Beach Study 2’ has eagerly awaiting christmas holidays on Sydney’s northern peninsula.
25.5cm x 12.5 cm
Oil on Oil Paper
The all natural skincare range by Ena is the new brand on the block to look out for – and the ‘liquid gold’ Body Oil is just what our skin’s in need of after a few weeks on the beach. Made from rose geranium and lavender, use it as a body moisturiser, a face serum or even as a booster for sun damaged hair. Beautifully packaged too…
Tom Raffield’s Taffrail makes for a stylish bedroom or bathroom accessory for those pesky wet towel situations in every household. Taking inspiration from the finely carved railing found around the stern of a ship, this elegantly designed towel rail is made from sustainably sourced English oak and finished with a blend of natural oils to give it that highly covettable matt finish.