Those of you who 'like' my Facebook page will already know that at long last, prints of my 'Malle Fleurs' painting are now available. I've had many, many requests for them, and now they're finally here. And better yet, all prints are still 20% off - but only until 30th June.
It's the end of the financial year, and that means....
All prints are now 20% off, but only for a limited time, so head on over to my Etsy store.
Oh, and you may have noticed I'm now on Instagram - my username is @driftwoodinteriors, or just click on the link on the top right of this page. It's quite different to any of the other social media sites - more of a relaxed, 'behind-the-scenes' type arrangement - and I have to say it's fast, fun and very addictive. Pop on over and say hi if you're that way inclined :)
If you're a liker of my Facebook page, you'll already know about this new addition. To be the first to know about new work, as well as exclusive previews and sales (!!!) head on over....you just might find a bargain or two (and if you don't pick up on all those hints, there's just no help for you!)
As a teenager, one of my prized items of clothing was a white, oversized Stuart Membery shirt. Worn with leggings, slouchy boots and requisite bandana tied in my hair (did I mention it was the late 80's?) I was loving myself sick. As you do. Anyway, nowdays I'm still a massive Membery fan, and although my shirt is sadly no more - worn to death until it was beyond help - my focus has shifted to his stunning interiors and furniture collection.
After moving to Bali, he unleashed his creative talents on an old bungalow, and transformed it by blending the best of colonial plantation, Hamptons style and Caribbean cool into the perfect island getaway.....
all images courtesy Nick Leary/Vogue Living Australia
Couldn't love it any harder if I tried. For more of this beautiful home, and lots of other goodies, check out the latest Vogue Living Australia.
Do you ever sit back and realise how lucky you are? I try to take the time out to appreciate all the good things, and lately I've had plenty of reasons to be grateful. It's been really busy on the work front, but when work means meeting up with lovely clients, in their gorgeous homes, I'm not complaining. Over the past weeks, I've taken a couple of road trips to the beautiful Byron Bay region. It's one of my favourite places on earth, and to top it off, I was honoured to have been invited to one of the most stunning homes I've ever seen. Let me set the scene for you: a beautifully restored farmhouse, set in rolling green countryside in the Byron hinterland. I know. I've been intently plotting and planning my move there ever since, and as I can't manage to persuade the current owners to part with their lovely home (yet), I guess I'll have to find an alternative. So take a look at a few options I've come up with......
I'm an artist and designer with a passion for creating beautiful, relaxed, livable spaces. My design philosophy incorporates a mix of vintage and contemporary pieces, natural materials and unique artwork to create individual interiors with timeless appeal.
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