A few more detailed shots at Project Rivet: Interiors scheme created and executed by Moregeous Design, photography by Andy Marshall.
Finally I get round to it!! Thanks to Andy Marshall Architectural Photography for such spectacular images, to Team & Mr Moregeous for such hard work, and also to my clients for allowing me such freedom and having such faith in our vision for the redesign of Project Rivet. It was a delight to give this... Continue Reading →
For Project Rivet, I'd decided on a very warm metallic feel to tie in with the deep blues, oak and creams, but it was proving hard to find exactly the sort of oversized copper coloured lights I'd imagined for the bedroom. No matter, I simply created some! Using two fabulously huge white metal pendants found... Continue Reading →
Project Rivet was a rather cold feeling apartment in an old factory in Manchester, converted by Urban Splash around 2000. The ceiling was a pale grey cement, the walls flat & white, the overall feel somehow impersonal and unwelcoming. This was all very architecturally & design modern in 2000 but when you live in a... Continue Reading →
Getting there now with my latest Parker Knoll project and completely loving starting my week off every Monday with Andrea's Didsbury upholstery class. I've learned so much from being hands on under her expert tuition, much recommended if you're free on a Monday morning and want a positive & creative weekly wake-up 🙂 All my... Continue Reading →
Delighted to announce I'll be working with local interior experts Zoe Rigby from Agapanthus Interiors and Andrea Austin from Plush Upholstery on a fab Manchester Masterclass on Saturday 13th April. The three of us will be whipping up plenty of upcycling, painting and upholstery action, using products from one of my favourite paint suppliers, the... Continue Reading →
It's been the final week on my dining room chairs project and the undersides have all been protected with dust covers of light hessian. Seriously getting this upholstery bug now, have decided I want an air compressor for Christmas! So just as a recap, these chairs have been painted using Annie Sloan's Emile pale purple... Continue Reading →