The new Graham & Brown’s collection is called Art Decor. It is a perfect fit for fall/winter decorating. Inspired by the design elements from the influential 1920’s Art Deco movement, this classic collection features an eclectic mix of styles, colors and textured finishes ranging from bold linear stripes to theatrical florals. The geometric designs also [...]
Australian company Linen House wholesales a wide range of homeware products including bed linen, sheets, towels and coordinating household accessories. Today they are regarded as one of the most innovative wholesalers of coordinating designer bed linen and homewares. A continued effort to support Australian artists and designers has given Linen House a unique point of [...]
Graham and Brown is a designer wallpaper company that offers paintable, designer, textured and premier vinyl wallpaper, as well as various kinds of wall art and designer paint. Their Home Makeover Contest Offers Prize of $500 in Graham and Brown Product. Summertime is bringing another new design contest from wallpaper designer Graham and Brown. This [...]
Collection of Piers Mansfield-Scaddan was presented at Design Indaba 2011. Colors of Espresso Lamp are the result of inspiration and play with different technological methods of processing the metal.
Recently relocating their London design studio to Cape Town, Fly-Pitcher, aka Piers Mansfield-Scaddan's works take the form of limited editions and one off design pieces to installations of his work.
Elixir is the new Graham and Brown‘s newest collection of designer wallpaper. Elixir encapsulates modern elegance with beautiful hand-drawn floral and geometric patterns using a blend of metallic, gloss and matt finishes to add a timeless finish. As a global leader in wall decor, Graham & Brown is recognized as a powerful creative source stretching [...]
For the first time in its 64-year history, Graham & Brown expands its wall decoration portfolio to include an interior paint collection called ‘The Colours That Made Britain Great’, inspired by British icons and popular culture.
After years of beige rage, the trend-led palette reflects the vibrant fusion of British life and attributes its names to colorful historical figures, classic institutions and saucy double entendres.