Baya’s latest collection is crafted for living with a connection to nature

In association with Baya.

Colours based on the bush, cushions that speak to snow-capped mountains, a rug that references patterns carved into the sand… The Winter 2024 collection from Baya has us pondering the power of nature, and how to get more of it if it’s too cold outside.
The grounding effects of gazing out at the ocean or feeling your feet on the grass are instant — can they be replicated inside? We like to think that surrounding ourselves with natural materials, shapes and shades keeps us connected to Mother Nature’s positive influence even in the wet-weather months, when time outside can be harder to come by.

THESE IMAGES Inspired by nature with the aim to help you create spaces in which to seek solace, Baya’s new collection is purposefully designed in Tāmaki Makaurau/Auckland and crafted in partnership with textile artisans from around the globe to ensure every item is beautiful, functional and long-lasting. Pictured here from the Winter 2024 collection are the hand-painted Canopy cushion (top), the Shoreline rug (middle) and the Tundra cushion (above). New pieces pictured in the main image at the top of the page include the Sandringham rug and hand-painted Dune cushion.

Placing the focus on wellbeing, comfort and retreat, Baya’s latest offering is replete with soft furnishings that bring that beauty indoors. Nods to Aotearoa’s geological forms, forests and coastlines in tones like Moss, Glacier, Fog, Sunset and Seafoam say it all. Cotton and linen cushions combine with wool-blend throws and 100% wool rugs in matching and complementary colours that allow you to devise a scheme that calms and connects you to your favourite places.
As well as new-season pieces, this collection sees some of Baya’s core classics updated, plus an expanded palette of neutrals all based on natural pigments, and they’ve also launched a range of commercial-grade cushions for your office or studio. Many of these quality products are handcrafted by master makers using traditional techniques that result in another natural element — the variations that come with the handmade and make each item unique.
This winter, we suggest ushering hints of the outside in, gently evolving your interior to ensure timeless appeal and a subtle yet enduring link to the wonderful world around us.

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