I like the clean lines and bold colours of this range of twotoned tableware from Galanga Living.
You can bask in the lush greenery of the Singapore Botanic Gardens while catching Pokemon.
One of the smoothest pour-over coffees I’ve had was from Okinawa Cerrado Coffee in Okinawa, Japan. The shop also sells beans roasted on-site, alongside various brewing equipment.
Bookniture, as its name suggests, is a piece of furniture disguised as a book, which can be carried around. It can be a coffee table at home, or a stool at a picnic. Seen in Hong Kong.
I never thought that putting together a few platforms could create such a cosy space. Spotted at Make Room.
For someone who dislikes open shelves that collect dust, and has problems remembering where items are kept, this numbered cabinet from Make Room is the perfect storage solution.
Journey East stocks these vintage graphicthemed food guides by Phaidon – both a great source of inspiration and a delightful addition to my bookshelf!