Climbing The Design Ladder

We’ve been making a number of changes to our showroom recently and one of the most eye-catching is our new modular system from Novamobili. The Italian designers are really innovative and the modular system makes really good use of space particularly in rooms with high ceilings. The systems can be adapted to any height or length and come in a great range of wood and lacquer finishes. Like all great design they can only be fully appreciated in the flesh and that’s why we’ve built and installed one in our showroom. It’s creating a lot of interest and is a real talking point with visitors. Feel free to come in and see it, we’re happy to go through the system with you.

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Double Celebration

Last night saw a combined celebration at Gideon Robinson, the launch of Louise Bramhill Interiors @ Gideon Robinson and our anniversary. Celebrity Chef John Quigley was manning the kitchen and conjuring up mouth-watering ‘Bang Bang Chicken’ and ‘Nasi Goreng’ rice to order all washed down with a glass or two of chilled prossecco.

Louise Bramhill was also on hand offering advice and ideas. The interior studio will be offering fabrics and papers from many of the world’s leading designers including Osbourne and Little, Zoffany, Designers Guild, Romo, Ralph Lauren and Mulberry to name a few.

It was a fantastic turnout and we appreciate everyone making the effort to come along and celebrate with us. We held a surprise raffle with some lovely accessories to win, Gideon and Susan did the honours and you can watch the draw on our Facebook page.

The winners were Oonagh Breheny who won a Designers Guild Cushion. Ann Perry won a beautiful cushion from Osbourne and Little, Bruce Hamilton won the GP & J Baker beach bag (We think Ishbel may nab it). Big congratulations to Tracey Elder on scooping the stunning vase from LSA and finally Robin O’Neill winner of pre-theatre dinner for 2 with prossecco courtesy of Red Onion, make sure you take Susan now!

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