off the shelf pegged out Why settle for a plain or plastic peg, when you can have one of these beautifully painted creations? Inspired by the need for a peg to attach a muslin cloth for shade on her daughter’s pram, Kylee Dillane painted some wooden dolly pegs using Resene paint. Then started gifting them, then started selling them. The bee design seen here is still one of her favourites and is joined by floral designs and lately, some in tropical leaves and plants. For more, see quick view The ever-popular Resene testpot is changing its lid – with a clear viewing panel so you see what colour is inside, without having to open the testpot. The overall size and pricing is the same, just with a new lid and a flatter finish, which provides a little extra grip when opening the lid. Always remember that wet paint doesn’t look identical to dry paint so the colour through the viewing hole is just a guideline. Use the Resene colour charts or the colour library folders to view the colour when dry. a tasteful team An industrial take on mid- century shapes, the Santiago table and sideboard from Nood are a perfect pair. Featuring oak veneer and curving metal legs they lend softness and sophistication to any space. The designers and stylists at Nood chose Resene Half Perfect Taupe for the walls to complement these pieces and commented that the mink-toned taupe provided the warmth they needed to tie in with the large format architectural print. Other pieces include the Chelsea Dining Chair and Monty Shag Rug. See Resene Half Perfect Taupe New products and ideas for the home. of palms and pink Two of the most popular interior trends in recent times come together in this luscious new wallpaper from Resene ColorShops. It’s pink meets palms to create a modern and fresh look for spring and summer. This is design 384601 from the Resene Wallpaper Collection and part of the Vivid range that includes a variety of palm designs and colourways as well as other botanic prints and interesting plains. Resene Shilo 12 off the shelf