The magic of mid-century style is revisited at Menu in their hotly anticipated Umanoff collection. One of the lesser-known American modernists, his use of sculptural forms and organic materials are explored in a wide range of timeless accessories that seek to softly elevate our passions and hobbies. Plant parents will be delighted by the organic rattan planters — a luxurious, handwoven alternative to vases. Wine buffs, on the other hand, will want to pay special attention to the Umanoff Rack. It’s clever leather suspension loops help tip the bottle forwards to wet the cork — ideal for wines that require long-term ageing.
Elsewhere another mid-century icon has also received an avant-garde update. The Knitting Lounge Chair can now be purchased in sheepskin — the cosy, natural material taking Scandi design by storm.