04/09/2015
Sweet dreams.

Words by

Naomi Hatton

Premium homewares, bedding and textiles innovator SUKU Home, has released its SS15 collection, and boy is it dreamy. 

The OHAYOU collection makes it that much harder to part with bed in the morning. Hand-tailored, and in keeping with artisanal Indonesian textile traditions, the designs emulate bright, blue skied mornings.

“We want every moment of the day to feel like a good morning,” says creative director Christine Lafian.

Though locally designed in Melbourne, the collection takes inspiration from cultural influences. Its four patterns have emerged from the historical Japanese influence on the Indonesian batik culture during the 1940s.

Adding to the already illustrious collection, SUKU has introduced its first loungewear and clothing products to accompany, aiming to provide a feeling of comfort wherever you roam.

They've also dropped a soundcloud track to help you get ready for bed.

Sweet dreams. 

sukuhome.com

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