A truly stunning design with a mesmerizing draped nickel chain chandelier. Creating fabulous shadowing while also appearing to shimmer, this really is a sexy chandelier and one of Quirc & Dunn's coveted items. With many different sizes and shapes, this layering effect creates a dramatic aesthetic in any space.
Posted on November 3, 2011
Posted on October 24, 2011
We are loving the new lean towards woollen heritage checks with modern colour ways. Using traditional weaves with splashes of colour, we feel this is a look that will go on and on. Osborne & Little show these in abundance in their new collection. Some are a linen and cotton jute mix, which is a beautifully soft to touch fabric in traditional celtic tones of rust, heather and peat livened up with gorgeous purples, blues, zesty greens and magenta. We also show some classical colourways available from our Zoffany collection.
Add these checks to spice up a traditional space or to bring luxury to that special piece of antique furniture. Alternatively you can add a touch of timelessness to modern spaces. Either way a great choice for a classical investment piece with longevity.
Posted on February 11, 2011
A few trends for homes which have been bandied about of late are being brought to mind all seem to reflect what is going on in the world around us. Words such as "utility design" and "Sobriety" are among the catchphrases. This is reflected in the elegant classic style that will always adorn our homes and magazine pages, which will never fail to date, a style invoking nostalgia and symbolising honesty, quality and consistency. Wouldn't it be great to see something new with an extra burst of life to wow us into this New Year ahead. There was an element of 1960's style creeping into this years Interior shows in Paris which might be more a bubble rather then a burst of life that is needed. Bold retro style carpets through the main show areas, and a couple of new collections dotted around could be seen to embrace this. Imaginative papers and prints adorning walls added an element of youth and imagination. Fabrics and textiles with abstract prints and textures reflecting this slight veer in direction. It has to be said that mixing the retro with the classic, two distinct but complimentary styles with the right measures does indeed lend itself to some fantastic and exciting combinations.