Milan, a city full of history, rich culture and abundant creativity! We are so lucky to have had the opportunity to visit this amazing city. Its always fun to visit somewhere new - we were so inspired by all the awesome design. ?

We had the privilege of attending the HOMI fair in Milan, which offered plenty of design to feast our eyes on.?

The show was full of incredible decor and design elements. We explored all the new fabric houses from France and Holland - what magnificent colours and patterns, they were all so beautiful! Sitap ( had the most gorgeous rugs, it was hard to hold back on taking them all home - there was just so much choice and variety. ?

HOMI 2015 was alive with fun, quirky decor stands - it was impossible not to gasp at every corner. There was a whole stand solely dedicated to zany clocks - what’s not to love about that? This was one of our favourites for sure. We loved being introduced to new suppliers and designers!

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The quality of design at the show was just outstanding. Every exhibitor went all out to show what their company was about - every stand was magnificent. The show inspired us to create our own amazing stand… Watch this space!

All-in-all, Homi 2015 was an incredible experience that left us a little wiser, enthralled by Italian design and ready to create some new masterpieces. Perhaps next year we will check out the Milan furniture show, who knows.


New Office Space

They say a change is as good as a holiday, so we thought we would change it up a little with a new office space. We are absolutely loving it, and are pretty sure you will too. We work on an appointment only basis as we are often on site and not always in the office - please email or call us to book a meeting with us. 

Our new address is:
36 Hagart Rd, Pinetown.
Call us on 031 709 6318.

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Keeping on trend with one of the hot colours of 2014 - turquoise - we designed this chic and modern contemporary guest bathroom. Clean, simple design is visually appealing and perfect for a bathroom setting. The use of neutral colours such as grey and beige (brought in with tiles and natural wood) with the pop of turquoise colouring makes this a vibrant yet simplistic design.



The hexagon shaped shelving is a key feature of this unique bathroom - keeping the look and feel simple, yet striking. The vinyl flooring is a fantastic product that worked well with the clean feel of this bathroom. The use of the flooring up the side of the bath keeps it flowing and gives a great unique quality to this space. We loved designing this bathroom.



Keeping the flow of clean and simple throughout the house - we designed the main bathroom with a similar feel. We kept the vinyl flooring for consistency, matching it with the natural wood look on the vanity and in the shelving. White is always a clean and classic look and feel in a bathroom, and we felt it flowed beautifully with the natural look of the flooring and shelving.



The addition and subtle touch of the gold trimmings, keeps this bathroom on trend and looking classically sophisticated. The circular vanity mirror doubles up as a cupboard door and adds a unique finish to this gorgeous bathroom design.







Vanities are a unique, simple and useful way to make a statement in a bathroom. Whether it’s a simple, rounded vanity or a larger, uniquely shaped vanity, each has its own beauty and appeal. You can go all out with crazy designs to make a statement or keep it subtle, yet eye-catching. Vanities are best made to customer fit your unique style and personality, here are some ideas that we love…









Forthcoming bar design ideas for a boutique hotel

This is a concept board for an upcoming cocktail bar idea that we have been working on. Let us know your thoughts, do you like it? Would you change anything?


We kept a very neutral and clean-cut approach to this design - keeping in line with what’s trending, as well as the overall look and feel of the hotel, with its sleek, pristine finishes. We added in an element of fun and slight pop of colour with the scarlet red lips as a feature.








This month in understanding design lingo and concepts, we will explain space planning a little, in order for you to understand what this entails.

In space planning, the design professional blocks out interior spatial areas, defines circulation patterns, and develops plans and layouts for furniture and equipment placement. Basically, we design your interior layout so that you can use it in the best way, more efficiently and best suited to the functionality that it requires. We keep in mind all the special furniture pieces you would like in place, while designing and creating a beautiful interior around these.