Pared back style with our Finch Armchair and Orion Side Tables at Josefina's home on Made Unboxed

Josefina's home in St Albans GB. See inside more inspiring homes on MADE.COM/Unboxed.

Moroccan influences with the Moroc Rug in Multicolour on Made Unboxed

Grey sofa with a patterned green blue rug, very simple but looks really good

Navy Tripod Floor Lamp in natural wood | made.com

Natural Wood Tripod Floor Lamp, Navy

The Navy Tripod Floor Lamp in natural wood brings versatile and striking contemporary lighting to any set up. It's also height adjustable to suit your needs.

Spoon Side Table - 55cm | made.com

Spoon Side Table - 55cm

Made of white oak wood, the Tripod side table makes a perfect drink table for any living space. Use as a centrepiece, sculpture or side-table.

Abstract Circles

"Abstract Circles" - Graphic Limited Edition Art Print by Paper Dahlia.

Retro Art, Eames poster, Retro office poster, Mid century modern, Motivational poster print dont forget to relax" A3 by handz

Retro Art, Eames poster, Retro office poster, Mid century modern, Motivational poster print dont forget to relax -with the reminder that you should not

Moroc Rug, 170 x 240cm in multicolour | made.com

The multicolour Moroc Rug, 170 x is a contemporary interpretation of Moroccan tiling. Handmade by artisans in India - each one helps fight child labour.

Pair of Devlin Dining Chairs in white | made.com

The pair of Devlin dining chairs in white add simple, dynamic style with a distinctively retro flair. Comfy and supportive - other colours available.

Abstract Circles

"Abstract Circles" - Graphic Limited Edition Art Print by Paper Dahlia.

In-your-face Poster "Hark, now hear the sailors cry, smell the sea, and feel the sky, let your soul & spirit fly" by van morrison #25419 - Behappy.me

In-your-face Poster

In-your-face Poster "Hark, now hear the sailors cry, smell the sea, and feel the sky, let your soul & spirit fly" by van morrison - Behappy.

Moroc Rug, 170 x 240cm in multicolour | made.com

The multicolour Moroc Rug, 170 x is a contemporary interpretation of Moroccan tiling. Handmade by artisans in India - each one helps fight child labour.

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