10 New Homewares Launches Sure to Brighten Up Your Home This Winter

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Who doesn’t like knowing about the coolest stuff before everyone else does? I know I’m certainly guilty of spending far too many hours of my day trawling through interior design accounts on Instagram looking for what’ll be the next big things in homewares.

For that reason, I thought I’d save you the effort I go through and round up a bunch of new homewares launches here. Skim this single list, and you’ll be completely up to speed on all the latest homewares to drop here in Aus, all of which’ll help to brighten up your winter.

Jones & Co. Evil Eye Vase Sapphire, $76

Homewares brand Jones & Co. recently launched five new ranges: Tourist DreamsFlorist BountyRosineBellini and Evil Eye. This vase from the Evil Eye range will work as a water jug for dinner parties or as a vessel for flowers.

In The Roundhouse Light Cosmic Gradient, $29

In The Roundhouse are known for their colourful, stylish plates (I own many!), and their latest two — Light Cosmic Gradient and Dark Cosmic Gradient — are some of my favourites. Like the brand’s other plates, these are made from bone china and coated with a clear glaze.

Gradient plate

Merci Maison Yin Yang Mirror, $3,800

Y2K style has reached homewares, with the ‘yin yang’ design on this mirror set. Both are made with teak wood, with a black semi-gloss finish. Buy them as a set or individually.

Yin Yang Merci Maison

Seed Heritage Rae Oval Tray, $49.95

Seed Heritage only launched homewares late last year, but since then, they’ve consistently been delivering quality pieces at a surprisingly affordable price. This brass tray would work well in a lounge holding jewellery, spare keys or even a candle.

IKEA Billy Bookcase range, starting at $59

An IKEA favourite for the last 40 years, the Billy bookcase range will be given an upgrade in July 2022, introduced in more colours and finishes, including black oak, dark brown oak, brown walnut and oak, as well as the existing white. The materials used to make the bookcase will also be more sustainable.

BILLY Bookcase

Koala Cloudy Pillow and Koala Breeze Pillow, $140 and $190

Koala have also dropped two pillows, Cloudy and Breeze. The Cloudy is made from lyocell fibre that keeps you cool and dry at night, and has a gel-infused memory foam ideal for head support. Meanwhile, the Breeze is better for head and neck support, made from zoned memory foam.  

Cloudy pillow

In Essence 360 Diffuser Whisper, now $119.96

Forget single-direction essential oil diffusers when you can get one that’ll disperse oils in all directions so you can be surrounded by the droplets and better achieve that calm.

360 Diffuser Whisper

King Olive Outdoor Bar Table, $3,050

King’s sleek new outdoor furniture collection Olive was named after olive branches, speaking to the casual al fresco dining culture Australian living is known for. The bar table is customisable in your choice of a slate or pumice ceramic top and your pick of a salt or rock finish.

Olive outdor table

Miss Amara Ginta Ivory Cream Textured PET Rug, $845

PET is a fibre made from recycled plastic bottles that, despite what you may think, feels silky smooth underneath your feet. This new rug from Miss Amara makes use of it, dyed an ivory and cream colour so it’ll easily fit in almost every home.


Frank Green Premium Stainless Steel Utensil Set, $49.95

This new utensil set comes with a silicone travel pouch that you can pop into the dishwasher too. Get it in gold or silver.

Frank Green

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