10 June 2013
It’s wonderful to see our fabric used in two rooms in this beautiful house in the West Country. Rosa was chosen as upholstery fabric for one of the sofas and Viaduct was chosen as fabric for curtains. A big thank you to Godrich Interiors!
7th June 2013
We are delighted to let you know that a second delivery of our cushions are on their way to our favourite store in Australia, Crate Expectations.
We love these photos which show us how our cushions look in their store! Beautiful!
9th May 2013
Your can still catch GRANDdesigns live at the excel in London until 12th May.
3rd May 2013
We are very excited to announce that a selection of our geometric cushions will be on display as part of the GRANDDESIGNS live exhibition.
Interior stylist Jo Bailey has been asked to design a series of interior spaces for the event and has kindly asked to feature our products. Cheers Jo!
Grand Designs is at the excel centre in London from the 4th-12th May.
26th March 2013
I am very fortunate to have someone close to me who I can gabble onto about interior design. Amanda Talbot (AKA Amanda Heath), who writes a wonderful blog named snOOp just sent this lovely article from Real Living Australia to me… ‘cheers heath-y!’
Sadly, there has been a lot less gabbling lately as she has gone back to live in Australia still, Its very nice to know when she likes something of mine, she is very honest, my harshest critic!
01st March 2013
Life has suddenly become quite hectic since we received the news a few weeks ago that we had to vacate our little flat…. so I am sitting here in my soon to be old studio with boxes all around me and emulsion paint in my hair (from white washing the new place) … so I hope to be forgiven for neglecting my new blog, before its even really begun!
Anyway, to quickly get something on the blog, I thought I would quickly share a typical email from my mum….I received this a couple of days ago – her emails never fail to cheer me up!
She lives in rural france, and Isaac is the-very-loud-non-stop-talkative-siamese-cat that my mum inherited from my brother when he moved to Australia….I think he drives her a little crazy at times…..:
13th February 2013
You will probably remember learning all about Piet Mondrian at school, renowned for his abstract paintings; monochrome grids filled with large blocks of primary colours.
You many not be so familiar with is early work, which is of stark contrast to the style he is best known for.
I love this early work, and every time I chance upon one of his drawings, it makes me want to take my pencils, sketch book, and plonk myself in the middle of the closest park.
I thought I would quickly share…..