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Real Homes Magazine features 'How the Leopard got his Spots' velvet and cushion

October 24, 2019

The stunning home of interior specialistsFresh Start Living was featured in the October 2019 issue of Real Homes magazine with their home office using'How the Leopard got his Spots' velvet for a roman blind and as acushion.
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Absolutely Home features cushions by The Monkey Puzzle Tree - 'Mad Maximalism'

June 09, 2019

Lovely to see our 'Rita does Jazz' and 'Between Certainty and Oblivion' cushions featured in this issue of Absolutely Home. Read the full article in Absolutely Home May 2018.

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House Beautiful November 2018 Inspiring Homes

November 15, 2018

It was a complete surprise to see Joel Weaver's 'Between Certainty and Oblivion' linen cushion in House Beautiful Magazine. The cushion was featured as part of the Inspiring Homes article on Sarah Collier from theSilson Contemporary Art Gallery.
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Luxury Lifestyle Magazine Dolce features 'Rita does Jazz' cushion

November 15, 2018

We were thrilled that US luxury lifestyle and fashion magazine Dolce featured our 'Rita does Jazz' velvet cushion by Sarah Thornton in its 'Objects of Desire' feature in their Fall 2018 issue.
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The Evening Standard - The Most Popular Interiors Trends of 2018 Featuring The Monkey Puzzle Tree

November 15, 2018

Alexis Snell's 'How the Leopard got his Spots' velvet cushion was featured by the Evening Standard as one of the most popular interiors trends of 2018.
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The Evening Standard - 'Leopards off the Catwalk' featuring The Monkey Puzzle Tree

November 15, 2018

Our 'How the Leopard got his Spots' cushion by Alexis Snell was featured in The Evening Standard in their 'Leopards off the Catwalk' article.
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Estila Magazine Issue 33/34 Interview with Charlotte Raffo from The Monkey Puzzle Tree

August 07, 2018

...Our inspiration always comes from the art rather than researching current trends. A traditional design house might set a brief, and the designer would work towards that. The way we work is by visiting the artists, looking at their work and finding something that really sparks our imagination, then finding a way to turn it into a beautiful product..

 

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The Yorkshire Post - Real Homes

October 22, 2017

Fabrics from her recently launched business are also evident. Charlotte has a degree in colour chemistry and was a textile buyer before setting up her online store the Monkey Puzzle Tree. It helps artists translate their work on to fabric and the resulting range has been a big hit with those who are looking for interesting alternatives to mass-produced material. She is about to include wallpaper in the collection.


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