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Illustrative art of Eddie Botha
Decor and Design / Feature

Illustrative art of Eddie Botha

EDDIE BOTHA sits at his desk in a large, shared artists’ studio surrounded by multiple artworks in various states of completion. Shelves and crates are stacked high with artists’ media, tools, paper, exhibition posters and splashes of colour. Bookshelves and rudimentary panels of different heights serve as partitions to define each artist’s workspace while the hum … Continue reading

Beauvue’s candlelight romance
Decor and Design

Beauvue’s candlelight romance

Decor + Design 2015 will attract an eclectic and fascinating mix of exhibitors from the interiors sector. One example is Melbourne-based outfit BEAUVUE, which specialises in metal-based, handcrafted tea-lights, candles and votive and pillar holders – including styles for hurricanes, lanterns and wall sconces. The brainchild of Deepti & Abhay, their singular eye for beauty … Continue reading

Café Lighting & Living comes of age
Decor and Design / Feature / Furniture

Café Lighting & Living comes of age

STEPHANIE Di MASCIO’S passion for interior design has grown alongside the family owned business founded by her uncle, Frank Laureti, in 1995.  She has watched as Café Lighting and Living grew from a lighting wholesale business which occupied the ground floor of two large warehouses, into a business that now offers an extensive and ever growing … Continue reading

Eclectic shades of Boyd Blue
Decor and Design / Feature / News

Eclectic shades of Boyd Blue

TEXTILE DESIGNERS spend a considerable amount of time sketching ideas and thinking about the technical and functional aspects of each new range of fabric. Whether their focus is on upholstery, window furnishings or another application, textile designers constantly review colour combinations, weaves, textural effects, pattern repeats and yarn types. These innovations provide designers and decorators … Continue reading