Melbourne Decor and Design 2017
July is always fun.... my mans birthday requires a visit to Melbourne to eat our way through Melbourne’s south bank. In addition to that we did manage to weave our way through the many restaurants to this year’s Décor and Design Show. Here are some of the highlights:
Hermon Hermon Lighting
Always inspring with dazzling displays, Hermon Hermon Lighting gathers material and form inspiration from nature. Their work is a fusion of handmade objects and environmentally sustainable technology such as LED globes creating beautiful and timeless lighting solutions.
As the name suggests Uniqwa Furniture is a trade supplier of designer furniture. Their designs, inspired by nature and ethic culture, are fashioned from recycled and sustainable materials. The furniture combines simplicity, functionality and art to create uniquely aesthetic pieces.
The guys use contemporary design to create amazing lighting effects.
A leading supplier of Premium grade Birch plywood and Specialty timber panels and Veneer board, Maxiplywood materials can help create unique interiors.
Entanglements Metal Art Studio provide metal art and wall art for outdoor spaces. They collaborate with architects, designers, landscape gardeners to produce custom made sculptures, metal garden art, metal wall art, decorative screens, fire pits, pergolas, letter boxes………….and much more! We loved these……….
This homewares range is all about creating a luxe bohemian lifestyle. St Barts has procured a collection of crafted décor and fabulous furnishings from global travels with the intention of creating a sense of adventure in your home. The store is based in Brisbane’s Fortitude Valley and is definitely worth checking out!
The right artwork can make a dramatic statement in a room. There is nothing like using images from nature like these prints from Cooper Black. Artwork is available printed on glass, perspex, canvas and paper. Glass prints offer amazing sharpness and vibrancy and must be seen to be appreciated
Using skilled craftsmanship D-Bodhi turns recycled materials including teak and iron into remarkable furniture.
The Melbourne Decor and Design Show is a permanent fixture in our yearly calender. If you can visit, it is definitely worth a trip... and the south bank eateries are awesome !