Design Covet | Reed Gift Fair Sydney 2020

Join us on our pre-show preview of the stands we don’t want to miss at the Reed Gift Fair Sydney 2020.

This year’s Reed Gift Fair in Sydney, co-located with Life Instyle, will be bringing together 455 exhibitors in the gift and homewares sector under one roof. If you’re in the retail or buying game looking to find the latest products, or to peruse unique objects to dress future projects; Reed Gift Fair Sydney is the perfect opportunity.

In anticipation of the Fair commencing this Saturday, here’s a sample of the brands and the wares we’ve got on our must-visit list. Reed Gift Fair Sydney 2020 runs from 22-25 February at ICC Sydney. Registration is free and available to all legitimate trade here.

See a full list of Reed Gift Fair Sydney 2020 exhibitors here.

Robert Gordon has recognised our collective yearning for the handmade, with the launch of their custom basins. As a reaction to mass-produced bathroom fixtures, these basins have been designed and developed in Australia, available in six different reactive glaze finishes. As we see basins become an object of display and cabinetry being designed around them, we recommend you seek out the Robert Gordon stand to see their latest stoneware in the bathroom range.

Earth Dinnerware

Robert Gordon has tapped into the ceramics movement that takes inspiration from the earth. Their Earth Dinnerware range is high-fired porcelain and available in both natural tones and the darker colourway pictured, both relaying an organic design language.

Robert Gordon will be located at stand K43.

Sand Platform Bowl

Plating and presentation have become a very important part of how we consume our culinary creations. We know that for this reason the Sand Platform Bowl by Robert Gordon is a dinner party companion, letting your culinary work rest on the cream clay with oatmeal fleck vessel. Piquing our interest with a number of objects, we can only expect to spend considerable time at the Robert Gordon exhibit.

Robert Gordon will be located at stand K43.

Ranger Earth Tall Pot Set

While we’re sure it’s easy to get lost in the Canvas+Sasson stand, we’ve selected the Ranger Earth Tall Pot Set as the ideal objects to display your kitchen tools, in a blush pink and rust, sand-blasted matte finish. Contrasting modern shapes with natural hues, we know these warm undertones are here to stay in the kitchen.

Canvas+Sasson will be located at stand FF28.

Black Timber Dish

Shifting towards a darker mood, we know the charring and smoking of wood has become more prevalent for both the exterior and interior of the home. A traditional burnt timber technique is how the Black Timber Dish from St Barts also came to be, designed as both a fruit bowl or an entertainer’s grazing plate. If you’re leaning on the bohemian side or after objects procured from trips around the globe, the St Barts exhibit should be at the top of your list.

St Barts will be located at stand HH29.

Taro and Tuta Vase

Those with their eye out for objects that fit a textural, brooding brief; Horgans have got you covered. Their Taro and Tuta Vase resemble handmade, carbon-inspired artefacts; not to be hidden away, but proudly displayed in the home. See the Horgans European-inspired living stand for an abundance of home accessories.

Horgans will be located at stand K11.

Abstract Face Clay Planter

We’ve found the terracotta Abstract Face Clay Planter for the green thumb. It’s just one of a covetable selection of indoor planters and home decor Urban Products will have on offer at Reed Gift Fair Sydney 2020.

Urban Products will be located at stand FF11.

Zoe Cushions

Weave reveals a nod to the 1970s with the Zoe Cushions in soft velvet blush and rust hues. For all things fabric and textiles at Sydney Reed Gift Fair this year, don’t miss Weave’s extensive range on offer.

Weave will be located at stand K29.

Valley Wine Cooler

While we still enjoy the summer months, we’ve found the chic Valley Wine Cooler from CAFE Lighting and Living. Visit CAFE Lighting & Living at Reed Gift Fair Sydney 2020 to also see their extensive lighting range, which the wholesaler have specialised in since 1995.

CAFE Lighting & Living will be located at stand G28.

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