Wednesday, March 13, 2013

Forté Apartment - more pics!

Our very talented photographer Natalie Jeffcott sent through some more photos from Forté (the eco apartment we fitted out the other week), and now that we've waded our way through yet another heat wave, we finally have enough energy to show them to you!

It was so exciting and inspiring to see the apartment come to life, with huge thanks to a bunch of talented locals who contributed their wares, time and energy. We love that these sort of projects really allow us to share the vision we have for our textiles when we design and print them. It's one thing to see a length of fabric on the print table or rolled on a tube, but another thing entirely to see our prints transformed into a curtain, blind, bedlinen or upholstered chair. We hope you find these pics as inspiring as we do!

Forté living room - furniture by Grandfather's Axe, tableware by Shelley Panton, curtains by Bradley's Curtains & Blinds, rug by Armadillo & Co

Table & chair by Grandfather's Axe, tableware by Shelley Panton

Tableware by Shelley Panton, curtains by Bradley's Curtains & Blinds

Forté master bedroom - ceramics by Abby Seymour, artwork by Miso

Forté second bedroom - chair by Tane Re-Loved, roman blind by Bradley's Curtains & Blinds, lamp by Wilkins & Kent, artworks by Ghost Patrol and Beth-Emily, rug by Armadillo & Co

Artwork by Ghost Patrol, ceramics by Abby Seymour, terrarium by Squiggly Rainbow

xx L


Dee said...

Wow1 beautiful space
Dee : )

Dee said...

Wow! beautiful space

Anonymous said...

The interior of this apartment made the place really sophisticated. It is really good to use warm colors and wooden furniture because it brings natural beauty to any space. The styling is great just like the ones in luxury apartments Edinburgh where they used good quality interiors, decors and furniture to improve the modern look of the apartments.