Friday, November 11, 2016
Bold colours and confident brush strokes feature in our new prints inspired by the Bloomsbury Group. Boldly use these in the home on a feature chair, bedhead or scatter cushions. Available on linen and cotton canvas.
Top: Broad brush green
Bottom: Zig Zag
Wednesday, September 28, 2016
Love this gorgeous photo from Sibella Court’s book Gypsy, it features our chairs upholstered in “Glossy Leaves” and ottoman in “Big Leaves”. Our prints are available on linen and cotton canvas.
Photography: Chris Court
Tuesday, September 20, 2016
We’re inspired by…
Vanessa Bell, an English artist, interior designer and member of the famous circle of friends known as the Bloomsbury group. Her artistic talents knew no bounds and her creative flair translated beautifully to ceramics, textiles and furniture that she designed for the well-known Omega Workshop.
Monday, August 22, 2016
The Charleston Farmhouse that served as the creative core for the Bloomsbury group was used as the location for this sumptuous shoot bringing fashion, art and interiors effortlessly together.
Publication: Harper’s Bazaar UK November 2014
Photographer: Tom Allen
Wednesday, August 17, 2016
We’re big fans of pattern on pattern on pattern! So delighted to have our “Chinois” included in this fabric feature for House Beautiful in the US.
Wednesday, July 13, 2016
A spotlight on our gorgeous “Garlands” print which is a vibrant and fun twist on a classic floral. Seen above in the Ham Yard hotel in London, just one of the stunning hotels from the Firmdale Hotels group.
Wednesday, June 1, 2016
We designed two prints for Arent & Pyke for their Alex Hotel project. We were thrilled to hear that they took out the Belle Coco Republic Interior Design Award in the Hospitality category for this project!
Wednesday, May 11, 2016
Love the colours in this old postcard from Maine.
Wednesday, May 4, 2016
From the EDIT archives, the hand painted chairs on the right were just some of the highly creative pieces we had in our boutique. Chic Sydney-sider Wendy Paterson snapped these up and here they are in a feature on Wendy’s home for Vogue Living.
Photography: Mikkel Vang