Everything in the carefully-curated collection at online homewares store Lo & Co Interiors you’ll find in the stylish homes of friends and founders Arielle Lopresti (the Lo) and Teegan Cocchiaro (the Co).
The Adelaide duo created Lo & Co Interiors while Arielle was building her first home with her husband and Teegan was renovating her family home. It was during their searches for hardware, homewares and unique furniture they realised they could bring their finds together for friends, family and anyone seeking something special for the home – so Lo & Co Interiors was born.
The offerings are inspired by their travels and experiences over the past two years. But it’s more than just personal style – Arielle developed her eye while studying interior design and brings sourcing and creative skills to the store, while Teegan’s personal style is complimented by her business skills as a corporate finance executive. It means everything at Lo & Co Interiors is both stylish and value-for-money with a timeless, international feel.
The furniture range includes the amazing marble furniture collection from Danish furniture design brand Handvark, with a number of other pieces set to arrive over the coming months.
“All of our furniture collection is based on pieces we love to style our own homes – it has to be practical and beautiful and bring joy,” Teegan says.
There’s also the eponymous Lo & Co Interiors hardware range, a stunning range of solid brass furniture knobs, pulls and hooks with finishes in matte brass, matt copper and matte black. The duo commissioned the range after finding it near-impossible to obtain quality, architectural hardware – beyond polished stainless-steel – at reasonable prices within Australia.
“Hardware like knobs, pulls and hooks are such an easy and inexpensive way to add a cohesive finish to a home – these beautiful metals are a luxurious look for less,” Arielle says.
“Remember, you’ll be touching the hardware on your doors, bathrooms and in your kitchen many times each day – you want that tactile experience to be a bit of everyday loveliness.”