Vitreous citrus

Mondo lemony, plenty of citrus, gloriously glassy and a dash of refreshing blue make the world go stylishly around!

From left. Brass bottle opener #2 by The Horse | $69 from paperplanestore.com; Japanese stemless wine glass pair | $45 from everyday-needs.com; Bottle Soliman by Cinq étoiles | $142 from tessuti.co.nz; Stainless steel drinking straw by CaliWoods | from $5.50 from paperplanestore.com; Beldi wine glasses | from $9 from paperplanestore.com; Jochen Holz blown glass jug | $149 from everyday-needs.com; Glass juicer | $38 (price includes a jug) from paperplanestore.com; Lemons sourced by Simply Fresh, Northcote; Sphera element vinyl flooring in cerulean by Forbo | from forbo.com. Image:  Toaki Okano; styled by Thomas Cannings
From left. Stainless-steel vegetable peeler | $105 from everyday-needs.com; Enamelled lunch box | $70 from everyday-needs.com; Enamel pasta plate | $12 from paperplanestore.com; knIndustrie stonework tray | $358 from tessuti.co.nz; Ottolenghi Simple book | $65 from paperplanestore.com; Sphera element vinyl flooring in cerulean by Forbo | from forbo.com. Image:  Toaki Okano; styled by Thomas Cannings
From left. Everyday Needs string bag | $16 from everyday-needs.com; Monmouth Glass Studio blue drinking glass | $72 from tessuti.co.nz; Glass bottle with olive wood stopper by Cinq étoiles | $129 from tessuti.co.nz; Opinel tradition knife | $35 from everyday-needs.com; Teak wood chopping board | from $59 from paperplanestore.com; Limionier citrus saucer | $178 from tessuti.co.nz; Sphera element vinyl flooring in cerulean by Forbo | from forbo.com. Image:  Toaki Okano; styled by Thomas Cannings
Clockwise from top left. Footless bowl | $88 from everyday-needs.com; Mini enamel cup | $10 from paperplanestore.com; Opinel vegetable peeler | $22 from paperplanestore.com; Hay cup | $48 from everyday-needs.com; Mist collection ceramic platter | $55 from paperplanestore.com; Hay container from | $48 from everyday-needs.com; Sphera element vinyl flooring in cerulean by Forbo | from forbo.com. Image:  Toaki Okano; styled by Thomas Cannings

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