We thought it only fair to throw open the doors to the W* House and share with you how we’d fit out our dream digs. From consoles to cupboards, beds to bookcases, the W* House features our favourite pieces of design from across the globe, room by room. When it comes to sharing our finds, we wanted to keep things simple, letting you furnish your house with the click of a mouse, the Wallpaper* way. 

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Roman 'Holders'

Raffaella Mangiarotti / Atipico
From €65

Raffaella Mangiarotti has reinterpretted Roman classicism with contemporary Italian materials, resulting in this delicate, sculptural tableware range for Atipico. The designer was struck by a catalogue of Roman art that featured a glass vessel with two loop handles, that 'looked like it had been made recently in Murano, and instead was an ancient artifact'. This inspired her looping metal candlesticks, jars, and vases, that use a single strip of golden metal to suspend their glass contents to ethereal effect.

'Uruoshi' bottle

Hirota Glass

Taken from Hirota's 'Uruoshi Series', this glass bottle quietly presents a number of uses. The lacquer stopper is believed to possess unique qualities — including anti-fungal and insect repelling properties — none of which interfere with the condition of the water flask's contents. Meanwhile, a crisp silhouette of undulating waves is inspired by the Japanese word 'uruoshi', meaning 'to enrich', and is intended to enhance any liquid decanted from the 720ml bottle — be it mineral water, wine or liqueur.

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Mini 'Panthella'

Verner Panton / Louis Poulsen

Louis Poulsen has launched its mini-version of the iconic Panthella lamp, designed by Verner Panton in 1971.Featuring the original semi-spherical lamp and tumpet-shaped foot, Panthella MINI features painted metal shades available in eight striking colours from Verner Panton’s own palette: yellow, orange, pink, red, mauve, blue and two shades of green. In addition, Panthella MINI has three light intensities and cutting-edge LED technology.



Zan Design

Fusing ancient craftsmanship with a modern aesthetic, Zan Design's container offers a seamless bridge between classic and contemporary. Crafted from a mixture of decorative, lead-free enamel, also known as 'Jingtai blue', and grade JIS C1100 copper, the vessel is finished in a high temperature kiln. The result is a linear surface design that blends potent hues of azure with a thick copper base, a multiplicity of textures that is further enhanced by the container's fabric lid.

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Kusa Tea Service

Kengo Kuma / Georg Jensen

An inaugural project for Kengo Kuma, this 11 piece Japanese tea set merges his architectural roots with Georg Jensen's fine and polished Danish silver craft. While the mix of materials is experimental –  oxidised and mirrored finishes, plus bamboo – the method was kept traditionally handmade. A complex latticework of silver stands in front of the darker base, while the silhouettes remain elegant, with a hint of warmth from the intricately cut bamboo stirers.

'Mirror Box'

Laura Bilde / Woud

Laura Bilde channels her simple Scandinavian style to master the multifaceted qualities of this mirror. The circular model has a geometric friend with it; a clean painted black metal shelf that can accessorise in the bathroom, or bedroom. Created for Danish brand Woud, the 'Mirror Box' plays with a pleasing mix of angles and a stylish dark finish.

‘Ruban’ square mirror

Inga Sempé / Hay

French designer Inga Sempé is known for her light, playful creations, and her ‘Ruban’ range of mirrors for Danish brand Hay is no exception. The square and rectangular mirrors come with rounded corners and are framed with simple ribbons that extend into a loop for hanging. The graphic collection comprises five different sizes, including a large horizontal mirror, each framed in a bold colour.

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'Oxide' Range Cooker

Lexx Pott / La Cornue
Price on request

In an attempt to transform basic culinary apparatus into works of art, luxury French oven manufacturer La Cornue invited Dutch designer Lex Pott to experiment with the colour of its traditional brassware. Pott put the outer layers of its classic ‘Château 150’ range cooker through an oxidisation process, resulting in an intense reaction that gives a brilliant electric blue textured finish.

'Bolla' vase


Distinct for its sharp lines, smooth curves and elongated neck, courtesy of a freehand glass-blowing technique, NasonMoretti's 'Bolla' vase is an elegant addition to any home or office setting. Available in a selection of bold hues, the ornamental vase is equally as striking when displayed solo or as part of a collective.

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Carina Deuschl / Kaldewei

Bringing a slick finish to our bathroom is Italian brand Cielo's extra slim ceramic shower tray. The super refined piece seemlessly fits into the shower room set with its 3cm thickness and range of 20 hues and alterative textures. From an organic moss green to a creamy sandstone, or even just monochrome black and white, each piece is handmade with finesse.

Large sculpture


The largest of the two pieces which make up AYTM's 'Moles' collection, this piece can be used as both a bookend and sculpture. Crafted from concrete, the sturdy block cuts a contemporary silhouette, while its rough surface offers a beautiful contrast to the rounded edges.

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Hugo Passos / Fredericia Furniture
From €287

Danish brand Fredericia Furniture has collaborated with Portuguese designer Hugo Passos to create this versatile collection of functional tables. Drawing on Passos' expertise in wood, they have carved the simple collection intricately to create slender thin tops and contemporary round legs. Available in different finishes including oiled, black lacquered and white, the pieces can be used in every room for any occasion.

Self-Cleaning '400 Series' Combi-Steam Oven

Price on request

For more than 15 years, Gaggenau has been producing home steam ovens for cooks who like the power, precision and time-saving short-cuts of professional kitchen equipment. That tradition continues with the release of its new self-cleaning combi-steam oven. A cleaning cartridge, mounted on the oven ceiling, is operated by the push of a button, cleaning even the heaviest soiling.

'Come As You Are'

Christophe de la Fontaine / Dante Goods and Bads

Designed by Christophe de la Fontaine for Dante – Goods And Bads, this bar cart references the classic hostess service trolley. Pared down to its bare essentials, the piece comes in minimalist black steel and features two horizontal surfaces for increased capacity.

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Playing with texture, colour and shape, Illulian Design Studio's handmade rugs are both timeless and in keeping with fashion trends. The luxury rugs are inexhaustible sources of wonder, often catching the eye with striking patterns or shocking colours: case in point, this wool and silk 'Rehab' rug, which uses a repetitive black and white linear pattern to present a mesmerising optical illusion that creates depth and intrigue.

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Sliced Sphere

Frederik Roijé
From €229

This dynamic light from international design studio Frederik Roijé comprises a hollow globe of powder coated steel with a characteristic, diagonal cut through the middle that light atmospherically shines through. Staying true to the firm's graphic style, 'Sliced Sphere' hangs elegantly in a cluster or on its own as a feature pendant. Available in a range of tones including an earthy brick brown and copper green, or a lustrous gold version for a sleeker finish.


Karimoku New Standard

A lesson in balance and gravity, Karimoku New Standard's 'Chuckle' is both playful and practical. With a gentle tip of its rim this organically shaped bowl slightly rolls, allowing easy access to its contents, such as coins, paper clips and keys. Crafted from Japanese itaya maple and sculpted into varying thicknesses at its rim, the bowl has the unique characteristic of appearing differently from any angle.

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'Pelle' kitchen

Price on request

High-quality materials and handmade processes are at the forefront of Italian kitchen brand Henrytimi’s manufacturing approach. Its latest kitchen, ‘Pelle’ – which launched at this year’s Salone del Mobile and is customisable in both dimensions and configurations – is a case in point. A dramatic juxtaposition of travertine sanpietro stone, with door handles, taps and numerous other features hidden from view, it’s a colossal piece that is more architectural sculpture than recognisable kitchen. Each functional element of the monolith kitchen is integrated into the project, including the tailor-made ton sur ton induction cooktop, and the sink, an organic cavity carved from a solid block of travertino sanpietro stone, while natural teak interiors add a touch of warmth.

Table Bistrot Garbo40 Ronde

Antonino Sciortino / Serax

Antonino Sciortino's 'Table Bistrot Garbo40 Ronde' for Serax is an apt demonstration of the Milan-based designer's hand with iron. A circular tabletop sits on a triangulated base formed from singular soft iron rods, which collectively cast a unique dancing shadow on their surroundings. Thanks to a vintage finish and simplicity in form, this table offers a sculptural aesthetic that integrates comfortably in a variety spaces.

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Napa drinks table


This summer, Sabin’s classic Napa drinks table has been adapted for the great outdoors, helping you to add the perfect colour accent to your garden terrace. Keeping its signature circular shape, spherical foot leg ends, and sophisticated diagonal stretcher, Napa has been rejuvenated by a vibrant lick of paint on the powder coated steel in your choice of colour. Included in the range are a punch-orange and forest green that work together beautifully in a contrasting pair.

Gin Lane bar

Yabu Pushelberg / Avenue Road

There is a certain level of sophistication that is expected with creating a gin bar, and Yabu Pushelberg definitely exceed this with their smart brass and marble model. Taking its cues from the structure of a classic drinks trolley, they refine this with clean lines and two simple small wheels for a contemporary finish. The Gin Lane bar is given a luxury touch through its smoked glass top that includes a geometric slab of Carrera marble, just for some added elegance.

'Bowl' table


Fusing traditional Indian craftsmanship with clean Scandinavian design, Ayush Kasliwal's 'Bowl' table is a smooth amalgamation of two styles that, on paper, aren't supposed to work. In reality, the combination of a sustainably-sourced mango wood tabletop — crafted using techniques of Kharadi, an Indian wood turning community — and the clean silhouette cast by milled hollow steel rod legs, is a success. True to Mater's environmentally-friendly ethos, the table is finished with a lead-free, water-based PU lacquer.

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'Ametis Ring'


Graff's refined 'Ametis Ring' shower head is wall-mounted and finished in powder-coated, high quality steel. Available in sleek architectural black (pictured), white, or polished chrome, the sculptural circle features six full-colour spectrum LEDs, creating a spa-like chromotherapy glow whilst you shower. Discreetly placed faucets release a halo of water, you can choose to either transport yourself to a relaxing waterfall or wake up with a revitalising rain-jet setting.

Travel teapot set

Motor Design

Motor Design's travel teapot set and bag seamlessly combines Eastern zen aesthetics with Western minimalist style. Crafted from porcelain, the grey tubular teapot is a stylish vessel for hot beverages on the go, while the two cups which can be securely fastened to either end. The set's mobility is enhanced by the inclusion of a simple blue linen drawstring bag.

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'Xtend' Bathtub

Carina Deuschl / Kaldewei

Bathroom innovation doesn’t come much better than a pop-up tub. This model has been realised as part of German brand Kaldewei’s young talents design competition during Salone del Mobile. Winner Carina Deusch’s travel friendly piece uses carbon fibre to enable it to be collapsible, arriving as a portable flat package before expanding into a classic tub-shape in its wire structure. Inside, there is soft padded material for a comfortable bathing experience, be it indoors at the office, or camping outside.

'Branch' Lounge + Table

Lievore Altherr Molina / Tribù
From €200

Lievore Altherr Molina is a dab hand at outdoor furniture, thanks to its design sensibility and clever line work, which give a mature sophistication to its pieces. A collaboration with Belgian firm Tribù has resulted in a minimal aluminium lounger with a teak side table that can be clicked onto the frame to join two together.

Diana' B

Konstantin Grcic / Classicon

Formed of sheet metal, powder-coated in a variety of colours, Konstantin Grcic's 2002 ‘Diana’ side tables (available here in two versions) were conceived in the manner of a font character, with careful reworking of each line, angle and radius. ‘The more I worked on this project, the more I realised that even a few simple folds were sufficient to create a beautifully three-dimensional form,’ says Grcic.

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Giulio Cappellini and Alfonso Arosio / Del Tongo

Designers Giulio Cappellini and Alfonso Arosio have imagined three new kitchen models for Italian manufacturer Del Tongo. The three solutions, entitled Borghese, Laboratorio and Radicale, are designed to cater to all needs, though with different accents in terms of material, colour and cooking habits. Borghese (pictured) features a separate hob block and island workspace with a floating snack table, unified by a colour, such as a burnt orange hue, that can be splashed onto various units. Laboratorio features a compact island worktop area where all functions have been designed to be easily accessible, while Radicale features an irregular-end worktop and a visible pantry.

'Palladio' console

Claesson Koivisto Rune / Artifort

A series of simple tables with classic proportions, Swedish architecture and design practice Claesson Koivisto Rune’s Palladio collection for Dutch company Artifort is a colourful expression of minimalist design. The tables, such as this slender console, are characterised by the subtle joint between the legs and the top, developed by Artifort’s in-house engineers. ‘We were equally inspired by the work of the Venetian master of Renaissance architecture Andrea Palladio and the minimalistic sculptures of American artist Donald Judd,’ explain the designers.


Boris Klimek / Lasvit

Based on a fascination with transparency and perception, Boris Klimek's 'Lollipop' collection of tables and lighting for Lasvit is at once playful and functional. Experimenting with the technique of slumped glass, Klimek has combined organically-shaped glass plates with a metal holder and an inserted light source to produce the 'Lollipop' pendant light. The result is a stunning centrepiece light that also offers a beautifully distorted view of reality through a turquoise lens.

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