Design Objects

Design Objects

Just like a piece of art, a unique design object can transform a room. At Esensual Living we’ve been busy truffle hunting creations that will set your home apart, from Gaia&Gino’s Sebastian Bergne-designed Large Eye bowl, which adds a dramatic pop of colour to a space, to Creel and Gow’s delightful silver-dipped shells, fruit and vegetables — perfect dining table conversation pieces. 

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