Hello to all on this autumn Sunday – hope this finds you well 🙂
Here’s a sneak peek of our recent photo-shoot showcasing some of our antique pieces fresh out of the workshop, they have gone on line today!We love these utilitarian pieces that work so well in the home and look beautiful at the same time, why would you buy Ikea ?
One of my secret hoarding habits is textiles; i squirrel a few away each trip, undecided as to what i will do with them (i know there are quite a few of you who have the same obsession) …i bought this fabulous Indian panel a trip or two ago and have only just had it framed – i love the old and new elements that pieces such as this can bring to an interior.
The timeless appeal of Anglo-Indian furniture suits Australian homes, its no nonsense ; many early pieces are made from hardy but beautiful teak timbers. We choose each + every piece carefully, drawn towards furniture with aged and worn condition, they maybe dirty – but this often offers protection to original old polishes that really lift when cleaned and waxed – whats not to love…Last but not least this early 20th oak table – this piece quite possibly has come from a convent or similar institution as it has wonderful wear to the stretches and lovely colour to the top, a great piece for home or a retail boutique space piled high with jeans or crockery.If you click on each of the images, the links will take you to all of the pieces on our online store. I just loved this detail shot from the photo-shoot, the original French Trumeau mirror in the background is stunning as is the round table, chandelier etc…
+ just in time for Mothers Day we have added a little instagram feed to our social media bow elementsilove_shop…lots of really cute, smaller finds as well as some of our new lines that might be overlooked online + sale items and discontinued pieces – definitely worth a look!
Still working on my next Travel Stories post ~ lovely Amsterdam. x Brooke