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Be part of one Australia’s best temporary art programs: Art & About Sydney

Expressions of interest are being sought for specialists in all art forms – visual artists, performers, filmmakers and musicians, writers, composers, theatre companies and architects – to invigorate public and unusual spaces across the city.

Expressions of interest are now open until 3 March. Selected works will be chosen to be exhibited in 2016 and 2017. The City will provide financial support ranging from $10,000 to $85,000 for each of the selected projects.

 Submissions must demonstrate artistic excellence, an innovative approach, be highly accessible and appeal to a broad audience.

The City is looking for projects and installations that are:

- Participatory & immersive - Site specific/responsive - Storytelling/remixing history - Performance & live music - Street art/murals - Emerging artists & companies building their capacity - Collaborations

Interested parties are encouraged to visit artandabout.com.au for a copy of the brief and submission guidelines and more details on current and past projects.

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200 Years of Australian Fashion

Alongside works by contemporary designers, such as Akira, Richard Nylon, Ellery and Toni Maticevski, the exhibition will showcase standout designs from the last 200 years including Australia’s earliest known surviving dress (c1805), a glamorous 1950s blue feathered ball gown by Collins Street salon La Petite (pictured), and a dress from Collette Dinnigan’s ground-breaking 1995 Paris runway show, where she became the first Australian designer invited to show on-schedule at Paris Fashion Week.

A highlight is a newly commissioned work by Dion Lee that will signpost the future of Australian fashion and demonstrate the designer’s forward-thinking approach and innovative design practice. The exhibition will also feature a show-stopping catwalk of garments that celebrate the vibrant output of the Fashion Design Council (FDC), which was established in 1983 to nurture independent Australian fashion design. Well-known designers associated with this movement include Jenny Bannister, Sara Thorn and Kara Baker.

Iconic and milestone moments of Australian fashion history will be displayed from early dressmakers and tailors who adapted European fashions to the Australian lifestyle, class system and climate during the nineteenth century. The exhibition will also focus on the output of the nation’s first department stores, such as Buckley & Nunn, David Jones, Farmer and Co. and Bright & Hitchcock’s, which were critical in disseminating fashionable dress during this time.

The colour and experimentation of the 60s will be celebrated through a focused display featuring mini-dresses, including designs by Prue Acton, who was the first female Australian designer to show in New York. The remarkable knit wear from Jenny Kee and Linda Jackson’s Flamingo Park boutique of the 1970s will also have a dedicated display, illuminating the designers’ landmark range of Australiana-inspired garments.

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Hero Image: Linda Jacksonborn Australia 1950, Models wearing Flamingo Park knits including Big fish dress and hat 1979, Private collection © Linda Jackson.

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Barnaby Lane’s vision for minimalist and accessible furniture

Rae Maxwell is the designer behind the Barnaby Lane range, which has grown to include armchairs, dining chairs, stools, tables and benches. Alongside the Barnaby Lane is also a collection of curated products that support Rae's creative vision for sleek, minimalist design. "My creative vision for the brand and the products is absolutely centred on simplicity," says Rae. "I really hope that this reflects in the brand and in every piece that we do. A beautiful piece of furniture that is elegant, simplistic and timeless can be all that a room needs." barnabylane_furniture_habitusliving The Barnaby Lane range features primarily timber and leather, and these materials are a driving force behind the development of the range. "Sustainability is important to us and we only use certified recycled wood in our products," shares Rae. "We love the thought that a piece of wood can have many lives and that one day it could end up in your home – imagine the stories it could tell." Barnaby Lane's collections are intended to be constrained in both the range and the product design, which is reflected in the simple, clean and elegant lines in each piece. "I think that selecting furniture and interiors can be so overwhelming and typically you don’t start with a clean slate, you are adding pieces over time," explains Rae. "So first and foremost we try to create collections that are going to compliment each other and are highly adaptable to many different interior styles."   View the complete Barnaby Lane range at – Barnaby Lane barnabylane.com.au barnabylane_furniture_habitusliving barnabylane_furniture_habitusliving barnabylane_furniture_habitusliving barnabylane_furniture_habitusliving  abc
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habbot x Emma Lipscombe collaborate to create a capsule fashion collection

Due for release next month, the collection fuses Emma Lipscombe’s original painting (created exclusively for habbot) entitled 'Keys and locks and other architectural items', which will be output onto a collection of five fashion habbot styles including five footwear styles; a loafer, pointed flat loafer, ankle boot and a handbag/clutch.

The collection, designed in Melbourne and hand crafted in Italy, utilises the softest Italian skin that has been locally printed to feature Emma’s geometric artwork along with bold complementary solid leather panels for that signature habbot look.

habbot designer Annie Abbott explains that the collaboration was borne from a desire to introduce different materials, colours and patterns into her work. "I always try to include unexpected materials in each new collection and realised that a great way to do this would be to create my own by collaborating with an artist," she shares. "Emma (Lipscombe) and I share several similar design values in the way we both love using strong and often contrasting colours and I have always loved geometric prints and patterns, which is obviously a cornerstone of her work."

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Inspired by Emma’s use of geometric patterns, Annie was reminded of mid-century textile and wallpaper prints that serve as a constant inspiration and are often the starting point for each of the seasonal habbot colour palettes.

“I love Emma’s use of rich and unexpected colour combinations in her work and the final palette used in this collection came together very naturally for both of us," she explains. "Emma complimented my eternal favourites of navy and dark raspberry with soft mint and musk, as if it were one mind pulling the palette together.”

Emma’s rich understanding of colour, luminosity and geometric shape and designer Annie’s bold statement colour choices, complement each of their creative aesthetics whilst the collection habbot x Emma Lipscombe maintains the quality craftsmanship habbot is respected for. "Our creative vision was to merge Emma’s geometric prints with our shared love of statement colours into a classic habbot style shoe and accessory capsule collection," explains Annie. "Each of the styles in the collection reflect my polished yet uncomplicated style in terms of shoe design and shape, which allows Emma’s print to play the major role in defining the collection." habbot_fashion_habitusliving "The small collection is made up of a relaxed lace-up ankle boot with spliced print and hi-shine leather pin-punched by hand. The classic tassel loafer design was a perfect vehicle to introduce a shoe in all-over habbot x Emma Lipscombe print, whereas the point loafer with only a small piece of the collab leather meant we could offer a slightly more pared-back member to the group. The clutch is another statement piece with minimal hardware so as not to interrupt the geometry of the print."

habbot pieces are based on the philosophy of melding classic styles with a colourful palette and contemporary treatment, with details being the hero. This contemporary aesthetic of designer Annie Abbott, combined with artisan craftsmanship brings together the best of both worlds – uniquely designed in Australia (Western Australia and Melbourne) and hand made in Italy.

"We initially discussed the shapes that Emma would use to create the piece taking into account both purely aesthetic and also practical considerations such as the size of the repeat. We then worked on colour and after providing Emma with some starting points for this she mixed several options and we worked back and forth on them before reaching the final four colour palette," explains Annie.

"Once the piece was complete we photographed and converted it to a digital file format and began sampling up printed versions on differing weights and types of leather to achieve the perfect softness yet durability we required. The resulting hides were sent to Italy to create prototypes of the shoes and bags and within a couple of months we were in a position to curate the eight original pieces down to a four shoe and single bag collection."

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In summarising the collection, Annie says that there is a ‘vibrancy’ about each of their work that captures audience’s immediate attention.

"On closer inspection our shared appreciation of fine detailing becomes evident through the textured finished to the small shapes that make up the whole of Emma’s work in the same way that I take great job in incorporating hand punched details and fine stitching and edging in each of my designs."

In line with the collaboration launch an exhibition of Emma’s work will run from Wednesday March 2-5 at the habbot Collingwood showroom – 2 Robert Street, Collingwood, Melbourne.

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Introducing Sunbrella’s New Upholstery Fabrics Collection

The newest collection of fabrics from Sunbrella emphasises design simplicity with bright colours and textural neutral additions. This collection intends mixes two different ends of the spectrum – bright to muted, old to new – and highlights how they can come together to create beautiful, unassuming design solutions. The Sunbrella brand is the leading premium fabric choice for awning, marine and furniture manufacturers, offering legendary durability, fade resistance and ease of cleaning. For more information about the range contact – Sunbrella au.sunbrella.com Sunbrella_Fabric_HabitusLivingabc
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How the Balancing Home harmonises traditional and contemporary

The best response to design on unassuming, potentially bland site is to come armed with a collection of memories; familiar and classic forms that you can feel comfortable in provide a setting for more bold, modern architecture that recalls old memories yet is not unsettling. Balancing Home, on Sydney’s north shore, is such a design. The house sits on a straightforward, relatively flat block of land and comprises two wings with traditional gable roofing. The upper bedroom wing balances over the lower, earning the house its name. This lower wing features the and family communal rooms. The interiors of the Balancing Home reflect a presence of traditional detailing wed to a contemporary sensitivity, as exhibited in the vaulted cathedral ceilings and polished concrete floors. Robust timber trusses alongside delicate steel windows provide a further pleasing juxtaposition. Responding to client Laura’s dreams of a fireplace, steel windows, high cathedral ceilings and soft furnishings, Luigi Rosselli actively avoided any sense of the sterility and hard edges of certain modern architectural environments. Internally, full height sliding doors are concealed within the wall cavities maximises space without feeling overly ‘modern’. This has the courtyard serving dual roles as part of the internal family room or outdoor space. Luigi Rosselli Architects luigirosselli.com Luigi-Rosselli-Architects--Balancing-Home----005 Luigi-Rosselli-Architects--Balancing-Home----019 Luigi-Rosselli-Architects--Balancing-Home----018 Luigi-Rosselli-Architects--Balancing-Home----017 Luigi-Rosselli-Architects--Balancing-Home----015 Luigi-Rosselli-Architects--Balancing-Home----014 Luigi-Rosselli-Architects--Balancing-Home----011 Luigi-Rosselli-Architects--Balancing-Home----004 Luigi-Rosselli-Architects--Balancing-Home----002abc
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Sister duo Bliss and Bonnie Adams’ Marble Basics

The Marble Basics range is made up of functional objects that can be used day-to-day including bowls, platters and canisters, as well as ornamental objects that can be appreciated for their shape, weight and materiality. We sit down with Bonnie and Bliss Adams to learn more about their range.

Can you tell us what led you to begin Marble Basics?

Bonnie: Bliss and I started Marble Basics nearly two years ago in 2014. We wanted to create an offering of functional and luxurious pieces for the home that were also affordable and made to last. Our intention was to fill a void in the market and offer something as precious as marble.

Marble, so often utilised as a building material hundreds of years ago, was considered in today's society as a 'sometimes' material, and we set out to change that, offering consumers luxury in an accessible and functional way. We wanted to give our customers the opportunity to hold a unique, very real, natural and incredibly long lasting material in the palm of their hands and experience the allure of individuality within the home, as well as functionality.

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How would you describe your collection? 

Bonnie: Our collections are driven by functionality and are always products that we would actually use ourselves in day-to-day life. We believe products can not only be beautiful, but a useful everyday piece that becomes part of the fabric of your home. We are focused on creating timeless pieces that draw on geometric shapes and simple form.

Our current collection, 'The Foundations' is influenced by rock formations, the contrast between soft, curved forms and jagged sharp edges like the face of a cliff is something that has played out in our designs and recent range.

Our products must be long lasting and so the need to create quality, timeless pieces also inspires our design choices, so even if we have an unbelievable idea, if it doesn't pertain to our philosophy of simple, usable, affordable and beautiful, we can't take on the design, so our vision is quite strict in that sense.

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Can you tell us a little bit about the process of creating your collections?

Bliss: We are pretty traditional when it comes to designing our collections, everything is sketched and rendered by hand and we don't use the aid of technology. For us, there is nothing like pen to paper to achieve what is in our heads. This works for us. We then move into the sampling phase and work with our clever team of artisans to achieve what is inside our brains and on the paper and make sure this vision is translated. We are very in touch with all of our processes from the start of a block to the final piece so we understand how and if designs will be achieved.

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What do you think is the common factor across your creative output? 

Bliss: We always design products based around functionality, we like to think of the main use of a product and then the maximum uses it could have to make sure a product is worthwhile to our customer – this is where we see value for our customer. Another factor is to compliment and respect the sheer beauty of a material, we don't like to mess with materials too much with over-ornamentation, when it comes to marble, we appreciate its endless veins and dense, weighty structure. Every piece is a relic of the earth and a piece of history.

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How Coco Flip products pop with personality and playfulness

“Play is a crucial part of the creative process and we believe the best ideas come when you least expect them,” says Kate Stokes and Haslett Grounds, the talented design partnership behind Coco Flip. And perhaps the same could be said for Kate and Haslett themselves who, as husband and wife, first met serving drinks at a friend’s art exhibition and eight years later are designing a range of furniture and lighting undoubtedly filled with warmth, personality and character. “Our business is very personal to us and an extension of our values and aesthetic.” With a background in industrial design, Kate started Coco Flip in 2010. Successfully growing the business to such a point she couldn’t manage everything alone, Haslett, an experienced architect, came on board as a partner in 2013. “Our partnership evolved quite naturally,” Kate explains. “There was always a lot of discussion at home and Haslett was always involved in resolving designs and nutting out details.” CocoFlip_Furniture_Lighting_HabitusLiving Kate and Haslett’s ideas and design directions are shaped by their shared personal experiences, especially travel. “New destinations and cultures help us see things from a fresh perspective and renew our enthusiasm for design.” This is combined with a design process that begins with what they describe as a mood or a tone. “Whether it’s a place, character or feeling, we want to imbue objects with personality.” They use raw and natural materials that have warmth and beauty to create objects with clean lines, elegant forms and expressive, almost-animated geometry. Certainly, this combination of personality, playfulness and foreign inspiration is evident in the products’ names and descriptions: the cartoon character-like Puku takes its name from ‘chubby belly’ in Maori; the sculptural Mayu collection is inspired by Iceland’s distinctive landscapes; and the Coco pendant, influenced by Scandinavian and Japanese aesthetics, “is like a heavy yo-yo at the end of its string.” CocoFlip_Furniture_Lighting_HabitusLiving Kate and Haslett work closely with local manufacturers who handcraft the individual components that are checked, assembled, and personally packaged at the Coco Flip studio. As supporting local design and manufacture holds significant appeal to a great number of architects, interior designers and individual buyers, Coco Flip products have subsequently found their way into residential and commercial spaces, “from kid’s rooms to airports and the great hall of the National Gallery of Victoria.” Coco Flip has a nine-point design philosophy that reads like a reflection of the couple. It includes celebrating the good things in life, balancing the timeless and the contemporary, and creating the kind of products Kate and Haslett want to own themselves. “We believe a considered purchase is a purchase for life,” they explain. “In design we strive for quality and longevity so our customers can enjoy our products for a very long time.” Coco Flip cocoflip.com.au CocoFlip_Furniture_Designers_HabitusLiving CocoFlip_Furniture_Lighting_HabitusLiving CocoFlip_Furniture_Lighting_HabitusLiving CocoFlip_Furniture_Lighting_HabitusLiving CocoFlip_Furniture_Lighting_HabitusLiving CocoFlip_Furniture_Lighting_HabitusLiving  abc
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Slowdown Studio collaborates with artists to create a small range of blankets

With a shared love of playful prints and patterns, Claire Tregoning and Marc Hendrick collaborated with some of their favourite artists from around the world to produce their first collection of woven blankets. The pair have consciously kept the production to a small scale, with each 100 percent cotton throw produced in tiny runs of just 25 per style.

"Early last year, Marc and I discussed making blankets that were a little more unique and not mass-produced, so when we managed to find a small textile producer in New York that made these really great cotton throws we decided to start Slowdown Studio," shares Claire. "It made sense to keep our runs really small and get different artists to design each throw, just so everything we made felt really special. Our first collection was released in November 2015."

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In their first collection, Claire and Marc tried to design a few different styles that complimented each other while avoiding a singular style. "There's not a style in particular that we single out, but generally we lean towards the abstract and art with a bit of character. Some people's art just really resonates with us," explains Claire.

In creating their collection, together Marc and Claire headhunted artists that they wanted to work with – some familiar and others they just discovered – primarily through Pinterest and Instagram. "The creative process bounces back and forth with the artist until we're both really happy with the final art, which later becomes a woven blanket," explains Claire.

"I think our blankets really do look different from other products on the market. Because we produce such limited quantities, it allows us to be more creative and daring with the art we use. I think every blanket we sell goes to a home where it's completely loved for this reason."

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THE ULTIMATE ONLINE DESIGN JOURNEY LAUNCHES TODAY

With over 40,000 exclusive Italian-made products at affordable prices, we are pleased to be the first to invite you to browse through our massive range on offer all at your fingertips with Reissi Mall.

r7 r4 So, what can you expect from Reissi Mall? Designed and manufactured in Italy, Reissi Mall offers unique, quality craftsmanship at extremely accessible prices to Australian customers. Where tradition finds innovation, and functionality meets luxury – Reissi Mall is the ultimate destination for Living, Dining, Bedroom, Office, Bathroom, Lighting, Kitchen and Homewares. Six years in the making, Reissi Mall is making its world-first launch in Australia. The luxury home and lifestyle concept company is the result of one man’s vision; to bring a new world of Italian-made home and lifestyle products to the Australian market. r5 r6 The current lack of quality made products at affordable prices in the Australian furniture market, combined with manufacturing limitations for customised concept for residential and commercial projects, led Founder, Mark Reissi, to go in search for premier products throughout Europe that he could share with others.

And so, Reissi Mall was born, A game-changer in the home and lifestyle space, Reissi Mall, for the first time ever, provides Australians with exclusive access to thousands of the finest Italian made products through is own brand Reissi Home. Their unique position lies in their own brand, yes that’s correct they have their own brand. Reissi home’s main philosophy is quality, selection and affordability.

These core principles are the foundation on which the Reissi Home brand is structured. You can be sure to find an affordable variety with quality and well manufactured Italian made products right down to the last stitch.  Manufactured in Italy, delivered to your doorstep, Reissi Mall caters to all residential and commercial projects.

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Reissi Mall was born to remove limitations in manufacturing and provide Australians with total room solutions, through mass customisations for consumers and projects.

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Celebrating the skill of indigenous artists with North

North was founded with a philosophical drive to shine a line on lesser-known skillsets from communities in northern parts of Australia. This focus not only showcases the diversity of the under-represented region, but also furthers the design conversation in the Australian textile industry. With proceeds from the fabrics always being channelled directly to art centres of indigenous communities, North creates a source of sustainable income for artists and designers. We had a chat with North’s founder and interior designer Crystal Thomas about the innovative brand… Can you share with us what has led you to this point? When did you first begin North?  My journey to NORTH begins in 2012, when I relocated to the Northern Territory. I was drawn straight away to the Indigenous hand screen printed textiles coming out of remote communities. After purchasing my first piece of textile within my first month, I made it a mission to feature the textiles and art in the Interiors I was designing. I was inspired by the beauty and the need to celebrate this important, and yet undervalued, artistic medium coming out of remote communities; I immediately began work on this idea, but the next three years encouraged a slower pace and a deeper level of understanding and consciousness about Territory living. I fell in love with the people, the landscape, it's communities and Indigenous art and design. It was the knowledge that in the current market the textiles faced so many hurdles to being seen and appreciated by wider audiences that sparked the idea for NORTH. IMG_0004 How would you describe your creative vision for your collection?  Our vision for NORTH is to represent culture and country with an authenticity and stylised sensibility.  The Territory is bold, beautiful and sparks a natural curiosity. My self-assigned role was to curate a selection of textile prints.  I chose to represent three artists based on the artists work and yes - my personal favourites!  A major element of NORTH’s mission is to create a way to share the stories and raw talent of artists from these remote communities, and so I don’t understand the collection as mine as I am not the artist and these are not my stories to tell.  I am simply experimenting with how to run with this magic and keep it showing up in our work, so we are presenting the artists in the most authentic way possible. It thrills me that our aesthetic playground is the Territory! Brands with a strong identity that have endured the test of time, are a source of constant inspiration. This collection represents three remote art centres and artists in the Northern Territory.   Can you explain the process of creating this collection, from your initial vision to reality? Creating a vision for NORTH, started with the communities.  Building a relationship with remote community Art Centres was a slow process that was nurtured over a period of time. Each Art Centre is very different and our relationships have been built around the individual needs of the community.  It’s integral that NORTH is flexible and responsive to what is happening in the community as freight and logistics can be hindered by the elements such as floods that cut off access or wet-season humidity that prevents ink from drying. Though the development process it became important to us to manufacture in Australia.  Inspired by 'slow living' philosophies, which value quality and long life, and drawing from beautifully crafted and simple things, we wanted the wares to be homemade with the best-quality materials. It felt right to pair the fabrics with Australian artisans and craftspeople, in this way each piece doesn’t come from a production line, but has been handled with care. The choice representing the textiles from community in the form of quality produced homewares was a natural inclination; with a background in Interior design, I want to turn every piece of wonderful fabric into a luxury cushion!    What do you think is the common factor across your creative output?  We are looking into various ways to represent the brand creatively. One of the most exciting collaborations is with Melbourne based photographers.  We have paired with a group of respected photographers to tell the story of NORTH through their eyes, with their personal sensibility and interpretation of the Territory. It should be quite a lot of fun! North northhome.org IMG_0008   Kieren_Karritpul_Fish_Net_silk Kieren_Karritpul_Fish_Net_linen Gabriel_Maralngurra_Mimih_Spirts_silk Cornelia_Tipuamantumirri_Rokini_silk Cornelia_Tipuamantumirri_Rokini_linen Lifestyle_check-for-credit-1  abc
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Bed Linen that will help you drift to sleep

Soft and relaxed, Jardan’s latest bed linen collection is crafted from fabrics and fibres of the highest quality, sourced from around the world. Designed and developed in-house by Jardan Lab, Jardan’s new bed linen range includes some pretty exceptional styles.

There’s a super soft, bluer than blue range of pillowcases in Japanese chambray denim. For this particular style, Jardan sourced the denim from the Okayama Prefecture in Japan before making it and washing it locally using environmentally friendly techniques. Pillowcases come in a range of sizes including Standard, European and King — not to mention two staple colourways of Indigo and Stonewash.

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Just like your favourite t-shirt Jardan's Jersey range is something you’ll never want to get out of. Sourced from European mills, this 100 percent organic cotton range is soft to touch and perfect for every season — winter through to summer. An easy fit no matter what type of bed you have, the range comes in every size from Single right through to Super King and is available in three classic colourways — include Navy Stripe, Marle Grey and White.

For a more luxurious feel Jardan's soft and silky Sunday Sheets are a dream come true. Made from Giza 45 cotton, Sunday Sheets start their life-cycle in Egypt, where the cotton is organically grown on the Nile Delta, before being harvested by hand. It is then flown to Italy to be woven, before setting sail for Melbourne where it is made into sheets. As a finishing touch, Jardan's Sunday Sheets are beautifully wrapped and boxed, ready for the ride home.

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Crafted from the highest quality fabrics and fibres, Jardan's latest bed linen collection embodies the Australian climate. Relaxed and versatile, their bed linen is made to be lived in and has been designed to be an affordable everyday staple. Select from a range of sheets and quilt covers sized Single through to Super King — with pillowcases in Standard, King and European sizes.

Browse the Jardan bed linen range, visit –

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