The nautical interiors trend is one fraught with clichés, conjuring images of mass-produced faux ships wheels and inauthentic maritime knots (perhaps accompanied by a bowl of seashells) that scream ‘beach house’. But Yellow Diva is reinventing nautical with a minimalist sensibility that is wholly stylish.
Inspired by Australia’s rich coastal narrative, it’s easy to see how the signature minimalist aesthetic of Yellow Diva’s CP Collection has earned itself such a cult following. Repurposing classic maritime materials such as yachting rope and marrying them with traditional hand-weaving techniques, Yellow Diva’s CPC chair and CPO2 Ottoman have already captured the imaginations of the brand’s fans. Now Yellow Diva is set to expand the series, with the release of its latest edition to the collection, the CPS Stool.
Designed and made in Australia by Melbourne-based design studio Yellow Diva, the CPS stool is created to slip seamlessly into a fuss-free design conscious Australian lifestyle that is as stylish as it is function-focused. Designed with the challenges of the elements in mind, the stool’s steel frame is protected from corrosion by zinc plating, meaning it won’t be weathered when outside. Suitable for both indoor and outdoor use, the stools are ideal for spaces that play with the boundaries between house and garden, allowing you to create interiors that transition from inside to outdoors with ease.
The beauty of the CPS stool is it’s ability to seamlessly weave rich nautical references into even the most minimalist interior. Combining Australian coastal culture with contemporary tastes, each seat is hand woven from uv-resistant marine grade rope that incorporates a wonderfully subtle maritime feel into any space. The result? A unique aesthetic, that’s part-industrial, part-artisan, creating a sleek and streamlined look with both soul and a story.