5 things you need to take your new apartment from low to wow
1. A bar trolley to call (and distribute) the shots
You're a full-fledged grown-up now, so there's no excuse to not have a well-stocked bar at home. Better still, a bar trolley, the mainstay of a home from the '60s. Bring out your best Mad Men suits and roll up this stylish and durable baby, with gorgeous oak and walnut panels.
2. A wall-mounted storage unit to show off your collections
Dismantle your Ikea shelves and upgrade to this stylish black ones that for a sleek, premium look. Choice items to display? Anything with a Midas touch, crystal curations and brass beauties that play well with the black base.
3. A recliner you can call your own
You still need your own corner, a private space to unwind that's just your own. Sure, you might not be able to keep your hands off your partner post-honeymoon, but when real life gets in the way, a chill pill is much needed. Enter the Lucca recliner, a customisable creation. Choose between a slim and tapered back to a broad back with an adjustable headrest. Side panels can be upholstered or finished in oak or walnut, while legs come in either black, white or grey to suit both masculine, feminine or fluid moods.
4. A multi-purpose bench
Benches aren't just for canteens and cafes. Place a bench in your home to encourage more interaction between guests. Available in two sizes, the London bench can be placed at the foot of the bed, near the entrance or at your home office. You also have the option to choose your own fabrics and leathers.
5. A sofa to sink into
Anders Nørgaard's modular sofa is made up of thick, pillow-like forms to submit yourself to after a long day. Long, simple legs raise the form, while broad armrests ensure you're well rested. Build your base camp with a corner unit or a pouf.