Have a look through our latest Full Design, Design Board and Decor In A Box projects.
Having moved into a new home with grey linen look curtains we previously made for the client, she now had three extra windows to cover. So we selected a simple, striking design in a duckegg that matched the curtains perfectly, to make roman blinds for this window.
We did a colour and wallpaper consultation for a hair salon's new venue in Linden, Johannesburg. It's beautiful!
Giving a room in your home a fresh touch can be surprisingly easy and affordable with a couple of carefully selected soft furnishings. We decided to use brave pops of colour here, as opposed to the pink and blue pastels which are so often used with florals, and the result is simply beautiful!
A themed nursery based on Coco Chanel and ice cream. This is an example of a Decor In A Box interior design project.
An African-Colonial Pool Lounge Design Board purchase and custom made ottoman.
This shopping morning was an extension of an earlier full decor project we did, the African-Colonial Lounge. The adjoining dining room, freshly painted by us, needed a little rounding off though. We already had the theme, so all she needed now was a little shopping assistance from us. This bright and sunny dining room with an African touch is an example of a Tassels & Tigers Shopping Morning service.
We thought it may be fun to play around with a couple of ideas on which Mr. Price Home decor items you could pair with our Solomon & Sheba scatters... and also give you an idea of what we mean when we refer to a Curated Decor Collection, or Decor-In-A-Box.
A Themed Interior Design Board based on a newly launched Gucci suitcase.
She wanted to create a bit of privacy in the living room and bedroom, as well as protect her wooden floors and furniture from the harsh sun. Thick and heavy, block-out curtains would have undermined the home’s open, airy feel however, so she was looking for a sheer, natural linen look.
We were careful to find curtaining that had the natural, wafty look of linen, but would be able to stand up slightly better against the sun, so we suggested two fabrics from Stuart Graham Fabrics’ Atmosphere collection: Question: Silvery, for the bedroom and Cloud: Linen, for the living room.