September 6 2017
On the 24th of May, after a few months of planning, we spent the day with 5 local businesses with the aim of working together to create something a little bit different.
We truly believe in the power of collaboration and we wanted to see what we could achieve when working with like-minded businesses. It’s a great way to invigorate during the winter months and come up with new ideas. Sometimes working in small-business you don’t get to work with too many other people (besides yourself!) so this was a welcomed change for us.
We all have unique skill-sets which made this project even more interesting to put together.
The businesses involved include Barossa Styling & Events, Kingsford Homestead, Matthew Dwyer Studio, Viva the flower store, Zoe Campbell Photography & Design & ourselves.
August 29 2017
Earlier this year we decided to shoot some footage to help give our customers a better understanding of who we are. This is just a little snippet from the full length film (still to come). We hope you enjoy.
Video shot by Matthew Dwyer Studio.
June 8 2017
Earlier this year I went on a trip to Byron Bay to visit a friend. On my visit, I stumbled upon this amazing duo – Elise & Sarah Mae from The Poor Girls Pantry.
Their mantra; Two Girls, One Pantry, No money.
Ideas & recipes showing you how to eat healthily on a budget.
Their recipes are delicious and most of all inspiring.
We sent them one of our fruit bowls to have a play with. Below is what they came up with.
We hope you enjoy this little bit of inspiration, and different ways you can use this gorgeous design – and maybe a sneaky recipe or two.
Check out The Poor Girls website here: www.thepoorgirlspantry.com
Thanks Elise & Sarah Mae for your lovely work.
Kristal & Peter
June 1 2017
We’re so excited to launch our Coach House Design series.
We had a lot of fun developing this particular range. Zoe Campbell Photography & Design really helped us capture what this range was all about with her beautiful photography.
We felt that we needed to develop a range that didn’t shout ‘recycled wine barrel’. As much as we love what we can create with our recycled wine barrels, we wanted to develop a range that experimented with sleek curves, textures and create a really modern feel.
We hope you like what we’ve created.
Kristal & Peter