Flox Wall Decals!

NZ artist Flox in her childs nursery with her new wall decal // Photography by Julia Atkinson for Junior's Design BlogShot of one of Flox’s Bluebirds  in her son Indiana’s bedroom.
You can see the full feature on this space over on Junior’s here
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Our friend Flox is back at it! One of our most prolific and popular NZ artists; Hayley King has always balanced her art with a keen focus on making it accessible to many which I find super inspiring!
In addition to her iconic mural work, prints,collaborations, apparel, cards and more she has now worked hand in hand with The Decal Shop to produce a series of large scale wall decals!!

You can view the entire collection here (some of you might recognise this one which was used on The Block recently) and take some time to view the idea and process of bringing these decals to life in the video below.

FLOX Decal Process from FLOX on Vimeo.

Largescale Wall Decal by FLOX // available online at The Decal Shop: http://www.yourdecalshop.co.nz/  Flying Bluebirds wall decals by FLOX  // available online at The Decal Shop: http://www.yourdecalshop.co.nz/
Largescale Wall Decal by FLOX // available online at The Decal Shop: http://www.yourdecalshop.co.nz/  Imagery courtesy of Flox and The Decal Shop.
You can learn more about Flox’s story with our interview here
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“Workbook” by Marsha Golemac + Brooke Holm

“Workbook” is a collaborative project by stylist and art director Marsha Golemac and photographer Brooke Holm. The result is a hard copy visual diary, and some extraordinary fine art prints. //Exhibition at Modern Times Thursday 30 October in Collingwood, Melbourne. It won’t be lost on you that I am overly enthusiastic about collaboration … on any level! Which is why I was excited and interested to view the new project by a pair of creative souls that I have followed with keen interest for some time!

“Workbook” is the visual diary of designer/maker/stylist Marsha Golemac and photographer Brooke Holm, created to celebrate the juxtaposition of studio still life with landscape imagery.
Marsha’s distinctive styling has been shot in studio in a response to Brooke’s dramatic captured landscapes. As frequent collaborators in producing campaign imagery for some of Australia’s top brands – the body of work and resulting exhibition is a refreshing and playful body of work that they have been able to work on together without commercial restraint.

The Workbook exhibition opens tomorrow at Modern Times but for those of you (like me!) unable to get our feet on the ground in Melbourne you can view more AND purchase the prints here!


Scroll down to take a read of the chat we had with Brooke and Marsha about the process of collaboration! Some nuggets of gold in there!

“Workbook” is a collaborative project by stylist and art director Marsha Golemac and photographer Brooke Holm. The result is a hard copy visual diary, and some extraordinary fine art prints. //Exhibition at Modern Times Thursday 30 October in Collingwood, Melbourne. “Workbook” is a collaborative project by stylist and art director Marsha Golemac and photographer Brooke Holm. The result is a hard copy visual diary, and some extraordinary fine art prints. //Exhibition at Modern Times Thursday 30 October in Collingwood, Melbourne. “Workbook” is a collaborative project by stylist and art director Marsha Golemac and photographer Brooke Holm. The result is a hard copy visual diary, and some extraordinary fine art prints. //Exhibition at Modern Times Thursday 30 October in Collingwood, Melbourne. “Workbook” is a collaborative project by stylist and art director Marsha Golemac and photographer Brooke Holm. The result is a hard copy visual diary, and some extraordinary fine art prints. //Exhibition at Modern Times Thursday 30 October in Collingwood, Melbourne. “Workbook” is a collaborative project by stylist and art director Marsha Golemac and photographer Brooke Holm. The result is a hard copy visual diary, and some extraordinary fine art prints. //Exhibition at Modern Times Thursday 30 October in Collingwood, Melbourne. “Workbook” is a collaborative project by stylist and art director Marsha Golemac and photographer Brooke Holm. The result is a hard copy visual diary, and some extraordinary fine art prints. //Exhibition at Modern Times Thursday 30 October in Collingwood, Melbourne. “Workbook” is a collaborative project by stylist and art director Marsha Golemac and photographer Brooke Holm. The result is a hard copy visual diary, and some extraordinary fine art prints. //Exhibition at Modern Times Thursday 30 October in Collingwood, Melbourne. “Workbook” is a collaborative project by stylist and art director Marsha Golemac and photographer Brooke Holm. The result is a hard copy visual diary, and some extraordinary fine art prints. //Exhibition at Modern Times Thursday 30 October in Collingwood, Melbourne.

YOU HAVE BEEN SUPER SUCCESSFUL, LONG TIME COLLABORATORS PRODUCING CAMPAIGN IMAGERY FOR MANY TOP AUSTRALIAN BRANDS – IS THIS YOUR FIRST PERSONAL COLLABORATION? WHAT LED YOU TO THE WORKBOOK IDEA?

B: Ever since Marsha and I quit our full time jobs and decided to pair up, the concept of this project has been on our minds. The idea was always there but we just needed the opportunity and means to make it happen. What’s so great about Workbook is that it all fell into place when K.W.Doggett Fine Paper approached us to collaborate with them and produce a printed book. The concept of the book was up to us, so this fortunately gave us the chance we needed to make a hard copy visual diary as well as an exhibition to go with it.

M: We have been in talks about doing a personal project from the very beginning. We’ve struggled to find the time due to our work commitments which of course isn’t a bad thing. When we were approached by K.W. Doggett Fine Paper we couldn’t pass the opportunity up. With everything online these days it seems so rare to have your ideas and work actually printed and to have it done by the best in the business – even better. The idea behind Workbook came from the desire to join our individual aesthetics and somehow make them uniform. The conceptual direction is almost a response to the landscape imagery, though it wasn’t an overall intention. Overall, we wanted to make something beautiful and thought provoking. We aim to create curisotity, whether it be in our personal work or for a client.

INDEPENDENTLY YOUR STYLES AND AESTHETIC ARE QUITE RECOGNISABLE (IN THE BEST POSSIBLE WAY!) BUT YOU WORK IN VERY DIFFERENT MEDIUMS – WHAT KEY ADVICE WOULD YOU GIVE OTHER CREATIVES CONSIDERING COLLABORATION?

B: I think we are so fortunate that we became best friends before we really started working together. We just got along so well, had a lot of respect for each other and had so many similar ideas and goals to achieve. Both of us are extremely ambitious so everything has naturally progressed.
In our situation, although having different areas of expertise, we have grown and learned new things together every step along the way. There’s nothing better than sharing the experience with your best mate. I would say to other creatives considering collaboration to find someone you really click with, someone who has very similar goals and someone who might be at a level of your own. Then work your ass off to make your success happen. Nothing falls in your lap.

M: What works for B and I is the fact that our aesthetics are so different. If they were the same then I would question how quickly we would have progressed. Though our aesthetics are different it’s our extreme perfectionism that allows us to combine our creativity. And being best friends is the icing on the cake, she supports all my random strange ideas! This type of working relationship isn’t exactly easy to find and for anyone starting out I think that as much as it would be amazing to find that special someone – don’t wait. An exciting collaborative opportunity can be as simple as a cup of coffee or a phone call to someone whom you admire. It is great to collaborate but it also isn’t essential. If you’re a creative wanting to take the plunge into the unknown – just do it. There is never a right time. When you throw yourself into the deep end you actually have no choice but to make it work. Expect that everything will not fall into place and that you will need to do work that you will not enjoy but there will be a point where things start working the way you want them to, just remember to keep at it. And most importantly, be nice to everyone.

 
“Workbook” is a collaborative project by stylist and art director Marsha Golemac and photographer Brooke Holm. The result is a hard copy visual diary, and some extraordinary fine art prints. //Exhibition at Modern Times Thursday 30 October in Collingwood, Melbourne. Imagery courtesy of Marsha Golemac and Brooke Holm
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Exhibition at Modern Times
Friday the 31st of October 2014
311 Smith Street, Fitzroy.
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HAPPY BIRTHDAY NOMI + HUGE GIVEAWAY!

Chevron Shelving by Henry Wilson for NOMI Furniture, Australia. // full customisable modern designAt the very beginning of the year I was excited to introduce you to an innovative furniture brand focused on shaking up how we can access and purchase locally designed furniture online!
Well! NOMI are just ticking off their 1st birthday with not only a collaboration with one of Australia’s most exciting young furniture designers but also by offering one of you the chance to WIN OVER $1000 WORTH OF FURNITURE!

Continuing their focus of working with designers to produce design led, customisable product – the NOMI team joined forces with award winning Henry Wilson and the result has been the snappy Chevron Shelves. Their site is somewhat revolutionary in its ability to allow you to not only customise the size and width of your unit but also individual panels from a selection of colourways! Its fun!

We then had a chat with one of the NOMI directors; Kiwi born, Australian based Henry Gresson about their collaboration and some realities of their first year of business.

Scroll down for that interview AND how to win your furniture!!

Chevron Shelving by Henry Wilson for NOMI Furniture, Australia. // full customisable modern designChevron Shelving by Henry Wilson for NOMI Furniture, Australia. // full customisable modern designChevron Shelving by Henry Wilson for NOMI Furniture, Australia. // full customisable modern designChevron Shelving by Henry Wilson for NOMI Furniture, Australia. // full customisable modern designChevron Shelving by Henry Wilson for NOMI Furniture, Australia. // full customisable modern design

NOMI DIRECTOR: HENRY GRESSON

 

WHAT LED THE NOMI TEAM TO HENRY WILSON? HAD YOU ALREADY IDENTIFIED THAT YOU WANTED TO COLLABORATE?

Henry is one of Australia’s most talented designers and his work speaks for itself. Our vision is to be an outlet for talented designers to bring their products to market, and Henry and his Chevron Shelves meets this vision head on.

NOMI IS CELEBRATING ITS 1ST BIRTHDAY! EXCITING STUFF ESPECIALLY TAKING INTO ACCOUNT THE SUCCESS OF THE BRAND AND “CUSTOMISABLE” CONCEPT. CAN YOU SHARE A FEW CHALLENGES YOU FACED IN THIS FIRST YEAR THAT PERHAPS CAUGHT YOU BY SURPRISE? AND WHAT HAVE BEEN YOUR MOST SATISFYING SUCCESSES?

We knew starting a business was going to be a challenge and had spent 2 years preparing for the launch of NOMI. Pushing the button on the business was an exciting yet daunting process and it was really like pushing the button on an enormous amount of problems that would need to be solved. 12 months in we feel like we’ve solved the majority but would have to say that logistics and delivery had been one of the biggest hurdle. Our wonderful customer service team has played a vital a vital role in helping us meet this challenge.

The most satisfying success is seeing the vision come to life and the response that it’s had from the public. We’re all creative people and NOMI is really a creative experiment to bring innovation to the furniture market. It did start as just an idea and to see this ‘idea’ become a reality and to be delivering designer furniture around the country on a daily basis is very satisfying.

THIS TIME NEXT YEAR, WHAT ARE SOME PROJECTS/IDEAS THAT YOU WOULD LIKE TO BE TICKING OFF?

As mentioned we see NOMI as an outlet for gifted designers to get their products to market. We’d like to be realising that vision by getting more products into more markets and in turn, in front of more people. We’ve got some really exciting product and technology launches planed for the next 12 months that we look forward to keeping you and your readers up to speed on!

Dove Coffee table by NOMI Furniture, Australia. // full customisable modern designThe sexy NOMI Dove Coffee Table!
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EPIC 1ST BIRTHDAY GIVEAWAY!
THANKS NOMI!

Get yourself into the draw to win a Dove Coffee Table (in your choice of colourway) AND a 2 height Chevron Shelf !

TO ENTER:

– visit the NOMI website and have a look at the highly customisable Chevron Shelf. In the comments below let us know one of the colours it is available in ?

– for an extra entry find the competition post here on the Studio Home FB page. Leave your choice in the comments below and don’t forget to follow Nomi!

another entry? Head to the Studio Home instagram here – regram the competition post with #happybirthdaynomi tagging both @studiohome and @nomi_studio

Competition drawn this Friday by random draw.
Open to NZ and Australian residents only.
Winner will select colourway of Dove Coffee Table and choice of available colours to create custom Chevron shelf.
 
 

NOMI and STUDIO HOME GIVEAWAY

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NZ HOUSE + GARDEN: SUPREME AWARD

Supreme Winner of NZ House & Garden’s Interior of the Year awards 2014. : Kitchen by architect and homeowner Felicity Brenchley // Photography by Jane UssherI definitely thought this snappy little kitchen was worth a share with you all. Designed (and largely built!) by architect/homeowner Felicity Brenchley and her husband, the kitchen took out not only the Kitchen category in the recent NZ Home and Garden Interior Awards but also the supreme prize.
Built on a budget, the space is super flexible with the movable island bench built on an old bbq trolley. I am also a sucker for the mix of smooth wood vs neutral cabinetry broken up with THOSE tiles!
You can check out more shots of the clever space as it extends into the living area here.

Supreme Winner of NZ House & Garden’s Interior of the Year awards 2014. : Kitchen by architect and homeowner Felicity Brenchley // Photography by Jane Ussher Supreme Winner of NZ House & Garden’s Interior of the Year awards 2014. : Kitchen by architect and homeowner Felicity Brenchley // Photography by Jane Ussher Supreme Winner of NZ House & Garden’s Interior of the Year awards 2014. : Kitchen by architect and homeowner Felicity Brenchley // Photography by Jane Ussher Supreme Winner of NZ House & Garden’s Interior of the Year awards 2014. : Kitchen by architect and homeowner Felicity Brenchley // Photography by Jane UssherImages courtesy of NZ House and Garden Magazine
Photography by Jane Ussher
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KINFOLK DINNER: TAURANGA

Kinfolk Dinner Tauranga – A Messy Meal from Quinn OConnell on Vimeo.

Presenting you the second of the recent New Zealand Kinfolk gatherings!

This beautiful dinner was hosted stylist and floral genius; Shaye Woolford at the Marilyn Cleland Interiors in Tauranga. Combining foodie forces with Nadine Bailey of Devour Catering and Danielle Cubis of Spongedrop, they took to the “Messy Meal” challenge with gusto. As you can see both in the imagery and the video – I think they well and truly achieved that mission (salivation!)

Enjoy the gorgeous imagery AND film by Quinn & Katie Photography – I think you’ll agree there is a great deal of dining/gathering/eating/entertaining inspiration to be had here! I love the lightness, simplicity and the toasting of marshmallows! Yes!

Explore all the clever collaborators and cooperating brands at the bottom of the post as well as a summary of the menu.

Kinfolk "Wabi Sabi" Dinner: Tauranga, New Zealand. Hosted by Shaye Woolford of On My Hand | Props, Styling & Flora. // Location: Marilyn Cleland Interiors // Photography & Film : Quinn & Katie Photography / Quinn O’Connell photo + video // Food : by Nadine Bailey / Devour Catering //Sweets:  Danielle Cubis / Spongedrop Kinfolk "Wabi Sabi" Dinner: Tauranga, New Zealand. Hosted by Shaye Woolford of On My Hand | Props, Styling & Flora. // Location: Marilyn Cleland Interiors // Photography & Film : Quinn & Katie Photography / Quinn O’Connell photo + video // Food : by Nadine Bailey / Devour Catering //Sweets:  Danielle Cubis / Spongedrop Kinfolk "Wabi Sabi" Dinner: Tauranga, New Zealand. Hosted by Shaye Woolford of On My Hand | Props, Styling & Flora. // Location: Marilyn Cleland Interiors // Photography & Film : Quinn & Katie Photography / Quinn O’Connell photo + video // Food : by Nadine Bailey / Devour Catering //Sweets:  Danielle Cubis / Spongedrop Kinfolk "Wabi Sabi" Dinner: Tauranga, New Zealand. Hosted by Shaye Woolford of On My Hand | Props, Styling & Flora. // Location: Marilyn Cleland Interiors // Photography & Film : Quinn & Katie Photography / Quinn O’Connell photo + video // Food : by Nadine Bailey / Devour Catering //Sweets:  Danielle Cubis / Spongedrop Kinfolk "Wabi Sabi" Dinner: Tauranga, New Zealand. Hosted by Shaye Woolford of On My Hand | Props, Styling & Flora. // Location: Marilyn Cleland Interiors // Photography & Film : Quinn & Katie Photography / Quinn O’Connell photo + video // Food : by Nadine Bailey / Devour Catering //Sweets:  Danielle Cubis / Spongedrop Kinfolk "Wabi Sabi" Dinner: Tauranga, New Zealand. Hosted by Shaye Woolford of On My Hand | Props, Styling & Flora. // Location: Marilyn Cleland Interiors // Photography & Film : Quinn & Katie Photography / Quinn O’Connell photo + video // Food : by Nadine Bailey / Devour Catering //Sweets:  Danielle Cubis / Spongedrop Kinfolk "Wabi Sabi" Dinner: Tauranga, New Zealand. Hosted by Shaye Woolford of On My Hand | Props, Styling & Flora. // Location: Marilyn Cleland Interiors // Photography & Film : Quinn & Katie Photography / Quinn O’Connell photo + video // Food : by Nadine Bailey / Devour Catering //Sweets:  Danielle Cubis / Spongedrop Kinfolk "Wabi Sabi" Dinner: Tauranga, New Zealand. Hosted by Shaye Woolford of On My Hand | Props, Styling & Flora. // Location: Marilyn Cleland Interiors // Photography & Film : Quinn & Katie Photography / Quinn O’Connell photo + video // Food : by Nadine Bailey / Devour Catering //Sweets:  Danielle Cubis / Spongedrop Kinfolk "Wabi Sabi" Dinner: Tauranga, New Zealand. Hosted by Shaye Woolford of On My Hand | Props, Styling & Flora. // Location: Marilyn Cleland Interiors // Photography & Film : Quinn & Katie Photography / Quinn O’Connell photo + video // Food : by Nadine Bailey / Devour Catering //Sweets:  Danielle Cubis / Spongedrop Kinfolk "Wabi Sabi" Dinner: Tauranga, New Zealand. Hosted by Shaye Woolford of On My Hand | Props, Styling & Flora. // Location: Marilyn Cleland Interiors // Photography & Film : Quinn & Katie Photography / Quinn O’Connell photo + video // Food : by Nadine Bailey / Devour Catering //Sweets:  Danielle Cubis / Spongedrop Kinfolk "Wabi Sabi" Dinner: Tauranga, New Zealand. Hosted by Shaye Woolford of On My Hand | Props, Styling & Flora. // Location: Marilyn Cleland Interiors // Photography & Film : Quinn & Katie Photography / Quinn O’Connell photo + video // Food : by Nadine Bailey / Devour Catering //Sweets:  Danielle Cubis / Spongedrop Kinfolk "Wabi Sabi" Dinner: Tauranga, New Zealand. Hosted by Shaye Woolford of On My Hand | Props, Styling & Flora. // Location: Marilyn Cleland Interiors // Photography & Film : Quinn & Katie Photography / Quinn O’Connell photo + video // Food : by Nadine Bailey / Devour Catering //Sweets:  Danielle Cubis / Spongedrop Kinfolk "Wabi Sabi" Dinner: Tauranga, New Zealand. Hosted by Shaye Woolford of On My Hand | Props, Styling & Flora. // Location: Marilyn Cleland Interiors // Photography & Film : Quinn & Katie Photography / Quinn O’Connell photo + video // Food : by Nadine Bailey / Devour Catering //Sweets:  Danielle Cubis / Spongedrop Kinfolk "Wabi Sabi" Dinner: Tauranga, New Zealand. Hosted by Shaye Woolford of On My Hand | Props, Styling & Flora. // Location: Marilyn Cleland Interiors // Photography & Film : Quinn & Katie Photography / Quinn O’Connell photo + video // Food : by Nadine Bailey / Devour Catering //Sweets:  Danielle Cubis / Spongedrop Kinfolk "Wabi Sabi" Dinner: Tauranga, New Zealand. Hosted by Shaye Woolford of On My Hand | Props, Styling & Flora. // Location: Marilyn Cleland Interiors // Photography & Film : Quinn & Katie Photography / Quinn O’Connell photo + video // Food : by Nadine Bailey / Devour Catering //Sweets:  Danielle Cubis / Spongedrop Kinfolk "Wabi Sabi" Dinner: Tauranga, New Zealand. Hosted by Shaye Woolford of On My Hand | Props, Styling & Flora. // Location: Marilyn Cleland Interiors // Photography & Film : Quinn & Katie Photography / Quinn O’Connell photo + video // Food : by Nadine Bailey / Devour Catering //Sweets:  Danielle Cubis / Spongedrop Kinfolk "Wabi Sabi" Dinner: Tauranga, New Zealand. Hosted by Shaye Woolford of On My Hand | Props, Styling & Flora. // Location: Marilyn Cleland Interiors // Photography & Film : Quinn & Katie Photography / Quinn O’Connell photo + video // Food : by Nadine Bailey / Devour Catering //Sweets:  Danielle Cubis / Spongedrop Kinfolk "Wabi Sabi" Dinner: Tauranga, New Zealand. Hosted by Shaye Woolford of On My Hand | Props, Styling & Flora. // Location: Marilyn Cleland Interiors // Photography & Film : Quinn & Katie Photography / Quinn O’Connell photo + video // Food : by Nadine Bailey / Devour Catering //Sweets:  Danielle Cubis / Spongedrop Kinfolk "Wabi Sabi" Dinner: Tauranga, New Zealand. Hosted by Shaye Woolford of On My Hand | Props, Styling & Flora. // Location: Marilyn Cleland Interiors // Photography & Film : Quinn & Katie Photography / Quinn O’Connell photo + video // Food : by Nadine Bailey / Devour Catering //Sweets:  Danielle Cubis / Spongedrop Kinfolk "Wabi Sabi" Dinner: Tauranga, New Zealand. Hosted by Shaye Woolford of On My Hand | Props, Styling & Flora. // Location: Marilyn Cleland Interiors // Photography & Film : Quinn & Katie Photography / Quinn O’Connell photo + video // Food : by Nadine Bailey / Devour Catering //Sweets:  Danielle Cubis / Spongedrop Kinfolk "Wabi Sabi" Dinner: Tauranga, New Zealand. Hosted by Shaye Woolford of On My Hand | Props, Styling & Flora. // Location: Marilyn Cleland Interiors // Photography & Film : Quinn & Katie Photography / Quinn O’Connell photo + video // Food : by Nadine Bailey / Devour Catering //Sweets:  Danielle Cubis / Spongedrop Kinfolk "Wabi Sabi" Dinner: Tauranga, New Zealand. Hosted by Shaye Woolford of On My Hand | Props, Styling & Flora. // Location: Marilyn Cleland Interiors // Photography & Film : Quinn & Katie Photography / Quinn O’Connell photo + video // Food : by Nadine Bailey / Devour Catering //Sweets:  Danielle Cubis / Spongedrop Kinfolk "Wabi Sabi" Dinner: Tauranga, New Zealand. Hosted by Shaye Woolford of On My Hand | Props, Styling & Flora. // Location: Marilyn Cleland Interiors // Photography & Film : Quinn & Katie Photography / Quinn O’Connell photo + video // Food : by Nadine Bailey / Devour Catering //Sweets:  Danielle Cubis / Spongedrop

NZ HOSTS:

Shaye Woolford
Greta Kenyon

TAURANGA PARTNERS:

Host – Shaye Woolford / On My Hand | Props, Styling & Flora 
Location – Marilyn Cleland Interiors
Photography & Film – Quinn & Katie Photography / Quinn O’Connell photo + video
Food – Nadine Bailey / Devour Catering 
Sweets by Danielle Cubis / Spongedrop 
Drinks & staff / Byron Smith & Liv Harris
Media Partner – …that would be me!
Dining plates and platters by Houston Design Co.
Hallertau Brewery
Giesen Wines
Rogue Society Gin
Antipodes Water Company
Six Barrel Soda Co.
Karma Cola
The Forest Cantina
Heilala Vanilla
PICKLED WHIMSY
Penney + Bennett
Pod Gardening
Wasara -環境に優しく 美しい 紙の器
Lewis Road Creamery

MENU

DRINKS

Coriander, juniper and rhubarb gin fizz (we used six barrel + rogue society)
Ginger Six Barrel Soda with lemongrass and fresh ginger
Geisen wines
Hallertau beers
Karma cola
Antipodes water

CANAPES

Grilled Squid with south east asian marinade
Oysters natural
Stuffed NZ mussels with preserved lemon and poached snapper

DINNER

Beef pho with tea eggs
Vietnamese chicken skewers, asian pesto
Mung bean pancakes
Smashed avocado with chilli and lime

DESSERT

Ice blocks (green matcha tea and blueberry, grapefruit and mint, lychee raspberry and white chocolate, Banana espresso chocolate)
Chocolate & Heilala vanilla marshmallows
Orange & fennel marshmallows (we toasted both these flavours over the fire)

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ROOMS TO LOVE

Rooms to Love: by LeeAnn Yare and Larnie Nicolson. Published by Penguin Group NZ. RRP $65.00. Copyright © text LeeAnn Yare, 2014. Copyright © photographs Larnie Nicolson, 2014.Book design by Hardhat Brand spanking new to book shelves this week is the second glossy collaboration between photographer; Larnie Nicolson and interior stylist/writer/retailer LeeAnn Yare.
In a follow up to the book; New Zealand Interior Style last year, the new (good smelling!) publication is full of visual inspiration and ideas for our home spaces. Beautifully designed by Hardhat Design this is sure to be a great reference for those of you wanting to take your interior idea browsing off the internet and back to its original home of paper and pages!

Rooms to Love: by LeeAnn Yare and Larnie Nicolson. Published by Penguin Group NZ. RRP $65.00. Copyright © text LeeAnn Yare, 2014. Copyright © photographs Larnie Nicolson, 2014.Book design by Hardhat Rooms to Love: by LeeAnn Yare and Larnie Nicolson. Published by Penguin Group NZ. RRP $65.00. Copyright © text LeeAnn Yare, 2014. Copyright © photographs Larnie Nicolson, 2014.Book design by Hardhat Rooms to Love: by LeeAnn Yare and Larnie Nicolson. Published by Penguin Group NZ. RRP $65.00. Copyright © text LeeAnn Yare, 2014. Copyright © photographs Larnie Nicolson, 2014.Book design by Hardhat
Reproduced with permission from Rooms to Love by LeeAnn Yare and Larnie Nicolson. Published by Penguin Group NZ. RRP $65.00. Copyright © text LeeAnn Yare, 2014. Copyright © photographs Larnie Nicolson, 2014
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