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27.4.12

INTERIORS BY ALEXANDER WATERWORTH INTERIORS: NEW KERBISHER AND MALT

FACADE
EXISTING 
PROPOSED TAKE AWAY AND FRONT RESTAURANT
EXISTING

PROPOSED BACK OF RESTAURANT

This August will see the opening of the second fish and chips shop from Kerbisher and Malt. The design concept has been confirmed and we are on site today! We'll keep you in the loop with updates over the next few months. 




26.4.12

FAVOURITE FABRICS: CLARENCE HOUSE



IMAGES FROM AN OLD CAMPAIGN


We are hoping to use Clarence House for a set of curtains in a current project. We unfortunately can't go into much detail but trust us, the fabric in question is one of the most beautiful fabrics around. Fingers crossed it gets pushed ahead! They have other beautiful fabrics flying around as well, see belows link. 

25.4.12

OUR 1ST DIBS FAVOURITES: BRASS 1970's PENDANT


This rather beautiful little number is from Germany and was made in the 70's. The weight mechanism isn't the typical style but we think it looks incredibly unique and want one for  above our desk please. 


24.4.12

THE DECORATIVE FAIR: BATTERSEA


We were at the Decorative Arts Fair today shopping with a client. Purchased some lovely things so we're very happy. Took an image of (what we think) was by far the nicest stand, Matthew Cox Antiques. Is on till this Sunday but i doubt you'll be seeing much from the image above, he had quite a few of his main pieces by the time we got to his stand - only an hour after it opened. 


23.4.12

INTERIORS INSPIRATION | LOCANDA ROSA ROSAE









Congratulations to Ells on her first post! Has taken nearly a year but well worth it:
Situated in the Italian countryside, a stone’s throw away from the town of Treviso, Locanda Rosa Rosae offers only a small handful of guestrooms at this beautifully restored mill. The owner’s undertook an extensive restoration project; exposing brick work, existing floors and original beams. A stunning interior, that is both sparse and minimal, whilst maintaining the rustic character of the original building. We think it’s charming.