Bella Cucina goes multi-purpose

 5 Tips to get the look

  1. Be flexible
  2. Repurpose spaces for work at home
  3. De-clutter and put away
  4. Clean and wipe frequently
  5. Make meal time a family priority

Seamless transitions

The bar top made from solid ash generates additional warmth and a harmonious contrast in the kitchen layout. It offers the perfect invitation to breakfast together, to enjoy reading newspapers over coffee or to have a relaxed aperitif before dinner.

Art de la Table

Sabrina Monte Carlo is renowned for her bright, playful tablescaping.

Not stirred

Explore the pleasures of drinking and the stories behind the Bond phenomenon with creator, Ian Fleming.

Let them eat cake!

Natural ash, mouth-blown glass and hand-knotted, natural leather create this attractive cake dome.

Stand out

Sealed in a glossy gold-and-white dip-dyed finish, this iron counter stool delivers bold contrast to brighten things up.

An earthy look

For a contemporary farmhouse these terracotta planters are handmade and aged for long-lasting style.

Playful pasta

Liven up your everyday dinner parties with this fun focused set of pasta bowls, inspired by a well-traveled lifestyle.

Lilac comes to life

This space is designed to be the true heart of the home; breakfast at the coffee bar, a work station or venue to host lunches, and a perfect spot to enjoy an evening glass of wine. Designer Denise McGaha used Silestone Eternal Charcoal Soapstone on the bar and island and Calacatta Gold on the counters.

Editor’s choice

Time for a quick clean-up! With advanced filtration, the Sharp Rocket Pro is light, powerful and easy to empty. Ideal for daily use as a hand-held or for extended reach.

Whimsical woodland

Plates that are fanciful, fresh and play well with others in the artist’s woodland collection.

Kitchen to table

Lightweight, easy to handle & clean, this colourful cookware from Dansk Kobenstyle offers superior performance.

Ready to hang

Each of these citrus fruit studies is reproduced on matte paper and displayed under glass in a distressed black frame with a fabric-wrapped mat.

Black and white

Designed by the Brazilian sculptor Manoela Medeiros, this unique collection carries mosaic patterns that echo the Portuguese cobblestone pavements.

Little stories

Collages and sketches mingle on this poetic collection of ceramic tableware imagined by French designer Sam Baron.

Back to basics

 A purist, minimalist kitchen that features subtle concision and clarity. The wall line, tall unit block, and central cooking island are a hub for all the most important things in life: Family and friends, pleasure, and communication.

Make Vienna yours

With a choice of 120+ fabrics and leathers and 2 leg options you have the freedom to match Vienna to your style.

Elegant and eco-friendly

These biodegradable napkins mix botanical prints and brooches inspired by the Duchess of Devonshire’s private jewels and a china pattern from Chatsworth House archives.

Marine inspired

With a hand-painted inner border that couples stylized azure seaweeds and white fish on vivid green enamel, this bowl’s a keeper.

Pack me up

A soft cooler that folds flat for storage then pops up to hold 12 cans and 8.5 lbs. of ice.

Gardener’s friend

Stay protect sun, rain and wind while you’re working in your home vegetable patch.

Cups that cool

We personally this for a socially distanced glass of cab or chardonnay, but it works beautifully for warm beverages too.

Chilly evenings

Use this posh picnic rug rolled in a leather carry handle as a soft blanket to cover your knees or shoulders.


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