Experimenting with the evolution of pottery.

This pottery collection is developed from gathering inspiration from artifacts and simplifying the process by stripping down to the basic essentials. The colour choices are influenced by the raw materials, organic forms, and friendly curvy lines. Playing on a clear chromatic palette that rather highlights the forms and singularities of each piece allowing it to… Continue reading Experimenting with the evolution of pottery.

A Collection of Sculptures & Art

There is a certain softness and calmness to a soft minimalist space, with its slowing pace and creamy colour palette, combining modern and raw together is the perfect recipe for a contemporary aesthetic. Styling oversized sculptures and abstract art in a space adds to the overall mood. With the combination of raw clay and architectural… Continue reading A Collection of Sculptures & Art

The power of Natural Green in our homes

Being exposed to the outside whether it involves greenery, fresh air or water makes us feel good. It provokes the release of good endorphins that assist in our moods and wellbeing. That’s why bringing a little outside in will make all the difference. Paint colour Implement restorative green shades into your space through wall colour.… Continue reading The power of Natural Green in our homes

8 steps to embrace a Wabi-Sabi style in your home

There is a push towards editing our homes in a more simplistic approach, which is why Wabi Sabi seems to be gaining awareness.  The blend of ancient traditions is merging to find a place in modern day living and interiors. Which in essence is a forward approach to merge western and eastern ideas and design… Continue reading 8 steps to embrace a Wabi-Sabi style in your home

Inside Guide to: Slow Design

Slow Design or Slow Living; enables people to spend more time and to truly engage with what they doing or making. It’s all about being present and bringing focus to the task at hand, ignoring all distractions and enable deep concentration and awareness through the process. “To promote slowness or what we call ‘Slow design’ as… Continue reading Inside Guide to: Slow Design

Styling a Bathroom Vanity

After renovating our modern bathroom with oversized porcelain tiles and a black and white pattern running across the floor onto a feature wall. We wanted to keep the vanity minimal, modern and artisanal, but at the same time tell a story through items we collect. Let’s look at basics, what is needed is a hand… Continue reading Styling a Bathroom Vanity

Contemporary Dinning- Shop the look

High ceilings, thick detailed cornices, white walls and wooden floors are the characteristics of a Victorian style home, making it the perfect fit for a clean contemporary look. Look for pieces in your home that have meaning or are sentimental value to you. Keep your space light and airy with the furniture, add texture and… Continue reading Contemporary Dinning- Shop the look