I love it when I come across a brand that has all the right aesthetics that resonate with me and my style. Let me introduce you to Murmur a lifestyle and interiors brand that I know you won’t be able to resist when you see their beautifully designed products.
Murmur is more than just a home ware brand they want to capture a renewed desire for hand crafted simply designed pieces, bringing with it a fresh approach and attitude to how we live today. Their ethos is simple based on one that is influenced by Scandinavian and Japanese design; elegant natural materials are paired together with geometric patterns inspired by batik style dyeing techniques. Texture and colour palettes marry together perfectly but by then adding in a simple stripe or pattern, layering each piece becomes effortless. The combinations simply work beautifully creating a coherent home.
Each product has been designed in house at their Northern Irish studio space. Pieces have been sourced and hand crafted by the talented design team who have travelled from India to Scandinavia to gather inspiration bringing together this collection, making sure each piece can be mixed and matched to create harmony for your interiors.
From soft cotton bedding in soothing tones to beautiful cushions and throws. Adding texture through cotton, linen and wool layering in a mixture of scale, pattern and colour palette to create a haven of comfort. Their ceramics collection of Portuguese stoneware will add that artisan twist to your dining table. Organic shapes with hand finished details coming in three complimentary shades are designed to be mix and matched creating a unique look.
I have a selection of their stunning towels, so soft and lightweight make bathing a great pleasure. They bring a little bit extra to my bathroom, the deep geometric pattern of the Japanese floral towel contrasting with the small print of Hama towel adding texture and tone to my all white room.
I can’t stress highly enough that you should pay Murmur a visit to bring a little of that pared back style into your own home.
- with thanks to Murmur for gifting the towels in this post