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Seed heritage launches into home and lifestyle with a considered collection


Iconic fashion brand Seed Heritage is thrilled to announce the launch of its bespoke Home and Lifestyle range to add to its ever-evolving offering.

The considered collection focuses on stoneware, premium linen napery and super-soft cotton towels to elevate the home.


The collection’s lovingly-handcrafted ceramics have been created in collaboration with iconic Australian maker Robert Gordon, representing a unique yet modern range of beautiful serving ware and delicate décor.


The pieces are paired perfectly with the selection of kitchenware on offer, which includes a collection of luxurious pure linen tea towels, waffle napkins and matching placemats and tablecloths, soft cotton-linen blend aprons, chic oak timber serving boards, bowls and servers.


For the bathroom, expect to experience a new level of luxury with soft pure cotton striped towels and matching textured bath mats, which are available in two tones of rich butter lemon and subtle ivory cream.

Seed Homeware also offers a range of Fazeek designer soap bars, body wash and interior spray to further elevate any bathroom, together with waffle sleep co-ords, dreamy robes, and cotton sleep sets in chambray and gingham.


With picnic season upon us, it’s also the perfect opportunity to consider a cotton and flax linen gingham picnic blanket, perfect for beach side picnics this Summer. Pair with the new range of ceramic and silicone travel bottles and cups in soft, muted hues for a chic yet sweet alfresco experience!


“Home and Lifestyle is a category Seed has considered for some time and one that we believe makes absolute sense for our customer. We have designed a range that fits perfectly with our brand, that we hope New Zealanders will love,” said Karla Fitzpatrick.


The Seed Home range is available in select stores and online now.

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