What's on your coffee table? - Rangitahi

What’s on your coffee table?

What’s currently on your coffee table and why is that important in your home? Your coffee table generally takes pride of place in the heart of your living room, so why not fill it with things you love, and help create a sense of home. Here are some pieces we find interesting to help inspire you to style your living room coffee table…

Lettuce puzzles, Auckland based puzzle designers

There is something extremely mindful about puzzling on your own or with family. Lettuce NZ loves the ritual of puzzles and have created puzzles in collaboration with designers to bring you interesting & gorgeous scenes to delight and amuse. Pour yourself a cup of tea or a glass of wine and relax with your puzzle. Find their range online here.

‘Resident dog’ a book by Nicole England

Incredible homes and the dogs that live there. Capturing beautiful architecture and interiors along with the dogs that reside in them. This book is a playful take on Architecture & design, with the added bonus of some pooch personalities! From mid-century brick to a penthouse apartment, gracious Edwardian to Scandinavian modern, from beach house to country retreat, there is always room for a dog or two.

Fig and Bergamot Candle by Tony Sly

Hand poured in Whanganui, these beautiful candles by Tony Sly Pottery smell like heaven and have a burn time of 55 hours. The perfect addition to your coffee table set up, your home will smell amazing! Find them online here.

Fresh Blooms from Raglan floral Co.

Fresh beautiful blooms are never too hard to find in Raglan. You’ll find local flower farmers filling the Raglan supermarkets with their offerings, one of which is Raglan floral Co. Kristel grows seasonal blooms in her 1 acre Raglan garden as well as buying from other local growers to create her beautiful bunches. Find her blooms for your coffee table at Four Square Raglan or at her roadside stall at 494B Wainui Road.

‘Every Day’ the Latest cook book by Emma Galloway

Looking for every day vegetarian recipes? You’ll find beautiful, nourishing, simple-to-make and absolutely delicious recipes celebrated in Emma Galloway’s third book from her home kitchen, My Darling Lemon Thyme Every Day. The perfect coffee table read. Pre-order via her website here.

Download our Rangitahi Design Guidelines here for more home design inspo