Nobody should ever — even if they can afford to — furnish a house with art in one shot. You want to cultivate collections as you go.Lori Graham, Washington Post, 30 Aug 2012
Accessories add a finishing touch to this main bedroom and help to define the theme in this room. The original Mid Century Holmegaard Scandinavian glassware collection adds a designer focus to our client's main bedroom. The glassware compliments the artwork and sits beautifully on top of the custom designed handcrafted cabinet.
Collections are created over a lifetime and deserve to play a central role in your home or office. Custom shelving or display cases allow for unique sizes and the opportunity to incorporate lighting to showcase your special items."Solutions are never found in a single purchase".Jeffrey Bilhuber, Jeffrey Bilhuber's Design Basics
This sphere is created by joining metal letters of the alphabet to create an interesting piece of sculpture. The metal works well with the timber and polished timber floors used in this project.
These pictures were seen at Momu in Melbourne. Sepia photos of some iconic Melbourne landmarks are then framed with copper that has had a acid wash to create an interesting patina. Also available with scenes of Sydney. A series of these pictures would be a statement in nearly any room.
Our design concepts take shape on these boards! Made in a variety of colours, shapes and sizes, not only are they practical, but attractive too. (more…)
Love these fabrics from Shine Shine, a Cape Town based designer. Colourful and playful, perfect for a statement cushion.
On a recent trip to New Zealand I came across Dear Colleen artworks. Word play, letterpress and bright colours combine in the designs and homewares from this inspired artist. Prints, tea towels, tote bags and postcards... http://www.dearcolleen.felt.co.nz/browse/user/dearcolleen
Pop Artist, Margarita Georgidus uses an amazing colour palette to create works on canvas that provide a unique view of our society. This work 'Surrender Two Peace' is inspired by the war in Iraq. (more…)