Starting a new business is really tough, and we have found Holly Tucker's podcasts supporting new creative businesses to be incredibly inspirational and motivational. So we were ecstatic to find out that our advert (recorded under a duvet for best sound quality!) was to be featured in this week's podcast.
'Splashy abstract art on wallpaper, rugs and cushions adds drama and echoes new blockbuster shows at Tate Britain and Barbican' by Barbara Chandler.
Read the full article at Evening Standard Homes and Property
Platform showcases new design talent in the infamous surroundings of The House of Detention, a former remand prison which opens for the public during CDW. Monkey Puzzle Tree will also be presenting a selection of unique designs in collaboration with fine artists. The business has a strong social conscience, paying the artists a generous royalty and supporting British manufacturing.
Sumptuous velvets in deep, intense jewel hues sit in stark contrast to glossy table tops and metallic, geometric shapes.