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Embracing The Blues

Embracing The Blues

Blue is such an uplifting colour.  It goes with just about everything.  Inspiration is everywhere –  from the fabulous winter blue sky days; Timothy Oulton’s Noble Souls indigo dyed linen; this gorgeous Pierre Frey fabric; glossy textured subway tiles from The Tile People, to the layers of blue inks in my latest painting ‘When All You Can Hear Is What You Can See’.

After many layers of shellac inks and acrylics the depth is magic.  ‘When All You Hear Is What You See‘ is ready for sale. 1200x1200mm on Ply Box Board.

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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Which Tiles To Choose

Which Tiles To Choose

The new season’s tiles are looking great, particularly some of the splashback options.  Here’s a taste from a couple of my favourite tile suppliers.

Wall and Floor Tiles – 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 Works

Recent Works

Recent Interiors and Exteriors


Interior Designer, Fiona Small from Sienna Design

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Designs Of The Time

Designs Of The Time

The new collection from Designs of The Time is so tempting as always. Best described by themselves as a minimalist interpretation of African tribal art.

 

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