Chloe Planinsek’s stand at Decoration + Design fair was an oasis of calm as is the lady herself. Her original artworks are arresting and intriguing.
Inspired by nature's landscapes and the ever changing cloud formations, Chloe brings a sense of harmony and fluidity to her paintings which offer peace and happiness to a room.
Chloe works with Interior Designers, Interior Decorators, Property Developers Styling companies, Furniture/Gift & Home companies to achieve their desired outcome of either painting original pieces in custom sized canvases or ordering printed canvases and framed prints of her very affordable 'Glimpse' series.
While she has always exhibited paintings at her exhibitions, Chloe has introduced an affordable 'Glimpse' series of prints to her collection which are snap shots of her original paintings, either framed or unframed.
Chloe has had an impressive following of her 'global' style of paintings (featured on this page), which are the first to sell out at her exhibitions and are usually the brief of her private commissioned art works.
Her artworks can be purchased online and shipped anywhere in Australia.
I love these. They’re both available for sale on Chloe’s website.
For further information visit Chloe’s website www.planinsekart.com.au
If you have the wall space and the right decor, these Giant vintage canvas prints from La Grolla are a big statement.
They measure 180cm x 140cm so aren’t for the faint hearted.
Definitely a statement for the right room.
For further information, www.lagrolla.com.au
Middle of Nowhere had some gorgeous prints for children’s rooms and a delightful range of prints featuring thoughtful endearing statements such as Rise and Shine, Forever and Ever and my favourite, I Like You.
(the photograph above by courtesy of Kritian Beek)
The stand also featured some contemporary interpretations of world maps in funky colours as well as the more traditional style world map which have become increasingly popular over the past year ... and a few very wantable furniture pieces such as the pretty little milk stools below and upholstered children’s chairs.
Photographs above by courtesy of Kritian Beek)
Middle of Nowhere will have their website up and running in the near future, however their products can be found on www.warranbrooke.com.au.
It’s a wholesale company and therefore doen’t sell to the public however they are happy to provide interested customers with stocklists.
For further information contact Cassandra Lucas on email@example.com
And keep this website in your favourites for future use www.middleofnowhere.com.au
Designer Boys Gavin and Warren have just released a gorgeous new catalogue which includes the third member of their design team, Charlie the Jack Russell.
The kitty below belongs to a neighbour, but has also made itself at home with the boys.
Their stand featured just a selection of the new collection.
The below works are from the Exclusive Print Collection which was created by their Californian Artist who has a fascination with the beauty and elegance of feathers.
The below print is from the Exclusive Coral Collection, a watercolour print series as an ode to the fragile nature and beauty of coral.
Each is printed is a giclee on fine quality art paper and meticiulously framed in the Designer Boys studio in a range of frame options. All artworks in the collection have also been discreetly embossed with the Designer Boys DB emblem to define their authenticity.
The two images above are from the Silhouette Fern Collection which is created using hand beaded mother of pearl.
Each is hand beaded in fern designs inspired by foliage from the rainforests around the boys’ local area.
I’ve featured background in navy (it is a stunning rich blue), however pale blue, black and natural backgrounds are also available.
The above two are from The Signature Collection of Hand Embellished Textiles.
Above left is Tital Pools featuring luminous pearl shells stitched together on a natural hand-woven textile backing.
Right is Leaf Shimmer featuring elegant leaf shapes made from mother of Pearl shell and shimmering beads also hand stitched onto a natural textile.
Both are 880mm high by 770mm wide.
The fire artwork above was inspired by the flowers on an old Firewheel tree on the boy’s property.
They find much of their inspiration from their beautiful Queensland country surroundings.
For further information, www.designerboyscollections.com That’s all for today.
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Say goodnight Charlie.