19th century designer William Morris once said, “Have nothing in your homes that you do not know to be useful or believe to be beautiful.”
If, like me, you subscribe to that way of thinking, chances are you’ll have bought one or two useful or beautiful things in your time; things that are purchased and lovingly carried home, or ordered from afar so you can wait expectantly for them to be delivered to your doorstep. Either way, getting your hands on those precious objects is generally preceded by a simple yet satisfying activity. Unpacking.
That’s why every lover of all things useful or beautiful will always find themselves surrounded by two practical things; boxes and bubblewrap. The inevitable bi-products of a beautiful home.