Winter is certainly upon us, and our new season arrivals are here to inspire.

From rugs to wall art don’t be afraid to make a statement with complimentary pieces that will fill your home with style. Mixing and matching different tones and textures is an effective way to uplift your space and bring a cosy atmosphere indoors.

Make way for the objects you love with new season shelving. Whether you want to keep things all out on display or prefer them hidden away, there is an option to take care of your go-to items while serving as a stylish and decorative piece of furniture.

Sink into Winter by layering in new-season comforts.

From comfy reading nooks on lazy Sundays to peaceful bedrooms for everyday use, don’t forget to have fun with your layout and lean into colour, texture, and layering for that snuggly at-home feeling that reflects your style.

Adding a splash of paint can be a cost-effective way to transform an area in need of a refresh. Whether you prefer classic natural tones or a bold statement, embrace colour in every room and let contrasting furniture pieces do the work.


As the gathering point of the home, dining holds an important place in the range and Winter is no exception. At the heart of every meal, the dining room provides space to unwind from the day and enjoy good food and company.

Handcrafted in Christchurch, our new Portview Table reflects local artistry and is composed of 100% NZ-grown pine timber. Have fun setting the table with new glassware to really take things to the next level!

However, you choose to bring warmth into your space this Winter, have some fun, lean into colour, and treat yourself to comfort!

Winter doesn’t have to mean soups and stews, brighten up your dinner party with some summery desserts like this tart filled with berries and mascarpone. If you don’t have berries, switch these out for your favorite in season fruit.

A light tart filled with the flavours of berries and mascarpone encased in a crispy shell.

Tart Shell

400g Sweet Short Pastry


150g Mascarpone,
 150g Cream Cheese,
 80ml Cream,
 100g Fresh or Frozen Berries,
 4 Tablespoons Icing Sugar
, ½ Teaspoon Vanilla Extract


150g Mascarpone,
 1 ½ Tablespoon Icing Sugar,
 1 Teaspoon Vanilla Extract, Fresh Berries

  1. Preheat the oven to 180°c bake, then lightly grease or oil the 12 cups of a muffin tin, then set aside.
  2. On a clean and floured surface, roll out your sweet short pastry until about 3-5mm thick. Using a large round or crinkled cookie cutter, cut out 12 circles of pastry, then gently manoeuver and press each circle into the cups of the prepared muffin tin. Scrunch up small squares of baking paper and gently place inside each cup, overlaying the dough, then fill each cup with baking beads or uncooked rice.
  3. Bake pastry for 15 minutes, then take out of the oven, carefully removing the baking beads. Return to the oven for another 5-10 minutes or until nicely golden. Once baked, remove from the oven and allow to cool in the muffin tin before moving to a cooling rack. Note: Depending on the thickness of dough and browning of tart shell, you may want to cover with tin foil part way through to stop shells from darkening too much.
  4. To make the filling, add the first measure of mascarpone and cream cheese to a bowl and beat with a hand-held beater until incorporated and smooth. Next, add in the vanilla, icing sugar and 100g of berries, beating and mashing until the berries have broken down slightly.
  5. In a small bowl or jug, beat the cream until soft peaks form. Gently fold this through the berry mixture.
  6. To make the topping, beat together the second measure of mascarpone, icing sugar and vanilla in a small bowl until smooth. Tip: To add the perfect blob to the top of your tart, fill a piping bag (with desired piping tip) with the vanilla mascarpone and pipe small blobs or swirls onto a sheet of baking paper. Place this in the freezer to chill and harden for about 30 minutes, then using a knife, gently scrape vanilla mascarpone off baking paper and place on top of your filled tarts.
  7. To assemble the tarts, spoon desired amounts of berry mixture into each cup, followed by the vanilla mascarpone swirl on top. Finish off by decorating with fresh berries, and serve.