Sumptuous velvets in deep, intense jewel hues sit in stark contrast to glossy table tops and metallic, geometric shapes.
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 the Silson Contemporary Art Gallery.
We were thrilled that Alexis Snell's 'How the Leopard got his Spots' velvet was featured in Living Etc Magazine's 7 Must-Sees at Decorex 2018.
We were thrilled to be featured in July's issue of Period Living magazine...
I was given a sneak peek at some of the other artists who will be working with The Monkey Puzzle Tree and the decoration pieces that they will be producing. That is what makes Charlotte different to her illustrious predecessor. William Morris focused on creating a style that was easily identifiable as his. Charlotte has an altogether more eclectic catalogue planned. She tells me that this is no accident, her aim is to work with a range of artists and to develop products with them that reflect how their own art work is developing without restrictions.