Ok folks, get your drool on. This Chippendale dining setting was delivered to the northern NSW coast today. How about that for a view?
Living in the Dandenong Ranges means I have many beautiful locations to choose from for taking photos. This is one of my faves, Johns Hill Reserve in Kallista. Amazing almost 360 degree elevated views, taking in distant ranges and the bays.
One of my favorite installs is this setting from our Polywood range. Powder coated aluminum frame with lime green Poly slats for the table and bench and grey slats for the chairs. Working well with client's existing grey bench seat and earthy timber panelled wall.
Beautiful view over Port Philip Bay from the amazing Arthur's Seat on the Mornington Peninsula.
Seashell with views over the bay from Arthur's Seat
We recently donated one of our benches to the Armadale Primary School, as part of the Sustainable Schools Festival. Here's the kids in the Stonnington Leader enjoying their new eco-friendly bench.
This week we are at the Furnitex Expo. So far it has been a great success with heaps of interest in the eco-friendly nature of our furniture. We can't thank enough the Box Hill Institute Interior Design class for helping us design our expo stand.
We ran a competition with the class to come up with an expo design which would suit the environmentally friendly aspect of the products, while displaying the range in an attractive way. There was so many great designs that it was hard to choose. But in the end the winning students were Megan Medwell and Linda Rubens-Jumelet as we thought their design best suited the beachy and Hamptons style of the products, while highlighting the environmental features (through the cutest lanterns and plant pots made from milk bottles).