First - a few months ago - came the Douglas and Bec dressing table, inspired by designer Bec Dowie's own Queen Anne dressing table, a loved, life-long possession. Then, that deceptively simple, meticulously-considered new dressing table inspired a range of complementary pieces... to form the just-released, complete Douglas and Bec bedroom range.
The brass drawer pulls and brass feet I loved so much from the dressing table are also there on a new night stand, a perfect sideboard (with a concealed drawer - my favourite thing ever) and a low boy, and there's also a geometric, minimalist bed head, and a series of kauri bedside lamps that are turned by master craftsman (and Bec's dad) Douglas Snelling and hand-painted by Bec herself.
Yes, yes and yes to furniture that is at once both contemporary and timeless.
And one more yes for Bec, who says she's taken her lead from previous generations, and their ability to live simply and slowly, yet with style. Amen and take me to church, you clever lady.
PS: This is the RD Dining Chair with leather saddle - not from the bedroom collection but new to the Douglas and Bec stable. Would you just stop it.