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Habitus Loves… Making A Statement

Adding a creative touch to any interior can be done through a selection of fine, bold and quirky designs. Habitus loves the following statement pieces.

Hold in Forest Green from Curious Grace

The original Hold sofa is a pleasant and gentle addition to any home. The Hold is available in two sizes and a range of fabric colours, featuring handcrafted natural oak legs and two oak wood buttons.

Curious Grace

Habitus Loves Making A Statement sofa curious grace


Black & Snow Chest Set from Dinosaur Designs

Each chess set comprises 32 hand-made pieces representing the traditional chess kings, queens, rooks, bishops, knights and pawns.

Dinosaur Designs

Chess Set 1


Collecta Coffee Table by VELA

Characterised by large pieces of inlaid Terrazzo marble, the Collecta coffee tables resemble polka dots. Designed by Alberto Bellamoli, an Italian industrial designer, the table features a white base with green marble spots.



Svaale Cushion Cover from Marimekko

The folkloristic Svaale pattern in white, dark green and dark blue covers this heavyweight cotton and linen blend cushion cover, which measures 40 x 60 cm.


Habitus Loves Making A Statement marimekko


Regenbogen Bowl from Fenton &  Fenton

Handmade from heavy crystal and treated with a special chromatic film on the underside to distort the crystal’s natural ability to break light into seven rainbow colours, the Regenbogen series of bowls was inspired by taking an augmented reality approach to the laws of physics.



Eames House Bird from Vitra

Charles and Ray Eames augmented the interior “collage” of the Eames House with numerous objects brought back from their extensive travels. The figure of a black wooden bird – evidently one of their most prized objects of American folk art – has stood in the centre of their living room for over fifty years.



Torso Chair by VELA

Designed by Walter Barda, the Torso chair references the smooth lines of his watercolour paintings. It is manufactured using the technique of steam bending woodwork where strips of wood are steam heated using a steam box.



Luxa Mirror by Totem Road

The Luxa mirror boasts a timeless appeal that is a result of its luxurious function and authentically simple proportions. Crafted from ethically-sourced sustainable solid oak with a stunning hand-finished natural grain throughout, Luxa gives you the freedom to personalise any surrounding space.

Totem Road


Bathyscafocus Hublot Suspended Fireplace from Oblica

With a shape that references the helmet of a deep-sea diver, Bathyscafocus Hublot brings together the ancient element of fire and the power of the sea to spectacular results. The unique porthole provides an easy view of roaring flames as well as excellent fuel efficiency.


Ottawa Side Table from BoConcept

Cleverly designed, the base of Ottawa fits right to any sofa or bed, giving you a place to put down your drink or meal for a comfortable snack. Though slim and elegant in design, the table is sturdy enough for both laptops or books.



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