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Naturally Rugs

Naturally Rugs

There are so many options for rugs, it is integral to get the balance right within the room.  The colour; style; size; positioning, as well as the components of the rug are all important to consider.  I tend towards the natural wools, jute, hemp and sisal.  It is reassuring to see the carpet companies coming out with more wool ranges again.  I think they have more presence than artificial ones.  However there are times when the artificial ones are more appropriate in a practical sense.

Shopping for a client last week I found a beautiful range within the inner city from some of my favourite suppliers – SF Design; Artisan and Designer Rugs

 

Recent Journeys to Suppliers

Recent Journeys to Suppliers

Some fabulous discoveries from the last few weeks:

Fiona Small

Artist – Interior Designer – Colour Specialist

Sienna Design

 

Textures

Textures

Textures: create elements of interest by mixing it up.

 

 

Opening of The Pacific Gardens Display Suite

Opening of The Pacific Gardens Display Suite

The opening of the display suite for Pacific Gardens in Manukau was on Wednesday. What a success – well done Changda team.  Proud to see Sienna Design’s Interior Design and Exterior Colour Schemes.  I will keep you updated as Stage 1 progresses.

 

Treat Yourself

Treat Yourself

Some days it is a treat to discover new pieces – some of them mixed with more established favourites, and some holding their own because they are just so darn sexy.  Imagine sinking into one of these Timothy Oulton sofas from Dawson & Co, under the rock crystal Elysium Ball Pendant.

Interior Designer, Fiona Small from Sienna Design

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New Fabrics & Wallpapers

New Fabrics & Wallpapers

Latest releases of fabrics and wallpapers.


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Recent Projects

Recent Projects

Recent Interiors and Exteriors

 

Interior Designer, Fiona Small from Sienna Design

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