The Cut + Paste Homeware Collection Appreciates Layers in a Fresh Form
“This felt like a really natural partnership, we have a joint appreciation for color and we wanted to find a way to celebrate this in a way neither studio would have come up with alone,” said Jemma Ooi, co-founder at CUSTHOM, of their collaboration with Jonathan Lawes. The Cut + Paste homeware collection, designed by the two London-based studios, adds some lighthearted fun to your home with its playful approach to color and form.
One of the best parts? The collection of tumblers, highballs, a vase, and artwork are designed so that each piece can be enjoyed singularly or as part of a set. The collage-like designs are chosen by the team for their bold, graphic color blocks.
Jonathan Lawes adds, “A lot of my work can get quite busy and numerous layers all interacting – this was a good way to reel that back in and focus on specific elements.”
Another fantastic quality of Cut + Paste is that its pieces are all made from recycled glass supplied by revered glassware brand, LSA International. In fact, both the color palette and designs are inspired by the green of the recycled glass being used. The art prints are made using water-based inks and FSC-managed papers, and the entirety of the Cut + Paste collection can be recycled.
To learn more about the Cut + Paste collection, visit custhom.co.uk.