A collection of fabrics, Leanne Culy and Dick Frizzel wood grain printed in gold and silver, and tangle of antlers printed in bone. Along side a collection of beautiful things from in my garden and around the home, featuring Peter edmonds Pohutukawa plate and wooden beaded bracelet. All available on our online shop!
Swans and Hoki on hemp and organic cotton. Created in 2008, sitting with some cuttings from my garden. Still a beautiful colour way of soft greens ands blues.
Green is our colour today inspired by this collection of secondhand countryman books and the kakariki on linen. Always finding a way to be green…
Terrariums styled by Billie available at Homebase Studio !!
Autumn arrangements by Billie Culy. One size 62 cm w x 83 cm L. Price $ 385.00
Our ply and peg board side board, designed by Leanne Culy is now available in white
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Overnight these bright yellow fungi popped up in our terrarium in the kitchen. The most amazing colour .
Brian and I made a little video to share with you on how to make a Terrarium. Have a watch, its only 1and a half minutes long. Makes a special gift.
Step 1. Fill 1/3 of the way up with potting mix
Step 2. Trim and prepare the plants
Step 3. Using a stick, make a hole for your plant.
Step 4. Place the plants in the hole and cover the roots, pressing with the stick.
Step 5. Water lightly
To maintain a healthy Terrarium – don’t over water
Music Track by Bon Iver
How to make a Terrarium
Right-click or ctrl-click this link to download
The new pin hole light shade in white, up in the homebase kitchenette and standing behind on the matching peg board wall is Brian’s print, ‘Blacked up’. Edition 1 of 10.
Who remembers cuisenaire rods? For me they still didn’t work to improve my maths but I did find them useful for making pictures when I was little. I am sure you had to have some mathematical ability to create images! Cuisenaire Whare is like maths and nostalgia meeting and the inaccurate mathematical lattice work in the background may or may not go unnoticed. Now available as a print in small, medium and large.