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Behind the Scenes…Harlequin Print

Friday, May 31, 2013

Harlequin Rectangle

Harlequin is one of the earliest fabric designs created by Sharyn Storrier Lyneham for EDIT. The print is hand painted by Nina Davis and has proven to be one of our most popular fabrics, and has even been picked up by Kit Kemp for use in the Firmdale Hotels. The hand painted, poppy style of Harlequin looks particularly quirky on an antique chair. Harlequin is available to purchase by the metre and on a number of products in store including cushions, mannequins and tote bags.

 

Harlequin is available on the following fabrics:

Hemp $240/m                      Cotton Drill $170/m                       Cotton Canvas $160/m

Linen $210/m                        Silk $210/m

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Autumn in the City

Tuesday, May 28, 2013

MLC Centre

 

With winter coming, this is your last chance to see sculptor Luke Storrier’s wonderful autumn installations throughout the MLC Centre. Amongst the installations are benches covered in EDIT’s Glossy Leaves Autumn fabric.

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Tuesday, May 21, 2013

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We are Moving!

Friday, May 10, 2013

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We had a great year at Orson & Blake and are very excited to announce that our new EDIT boutique will open on Tuesday 21 May in Woollahra. Pop by to say hello and see our gorgeous collection of EDIT fabrics, cushions, furniture, mannequins, lamps and gift items. We look forward to welcoming you to our new home!

 

 

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Travel…Brussels

Friday, May 3, 2013

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Brussels is home to the remarkable and pioneering architecture of Victor Horta, one of the earliest initiators of Art Nouveau. His work is characterised by curvilinear botanical forms, diffused light, elaborate ironwork and open plan interiors. A must see for anyone with an interest in architecture and decorative arts are Horta’s four major UNESCO listed town houses, Hôtel Solvay, Hôtel van Eetvelde, Maison & Atelier Horta  and Hôtel Tassel, considered the founding work of Art Nouveau.

 
Top Image: Horta Museum, photograph by Bastin & Evrard.
Middle Image: Hôtel Tassel, source unknown.
Bottom Image: Horta Museum, photograph by Bastin & Evrard.

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