Thankyou to everyone who applied. We now have two new very happy members staff !
We are always happy to receive CV’s from talented creative people with experience in this industry.
Finishing touches, artwork up, not long now and everything will be ready for the launch on 15th May !! This has been a very long installation !
Another sneak preview, all items sourced from far and wide, bespoke furniture designed by IDC. Paris is a favourite, Maison Objet a good place to source some interesting pieces.
Its been a whirlwind of a year, extremely busy and next year is stacking up that way too, so many exciting projects on the go, working with some really beautiful buildings
Cannot believe it’s that time of year again where we deck our english homes with boughs of holly? red and green seems to dominate, so thought I woud post some images that have inspired me over the past year that echo this theme
Wishing you all seasons greetings from IDC
Allthough I love colour and paint very colourful artworks, for interior spaces, especially the wall finishes I like a far more understated affair. I like to use colour that has no sense of time, does not denote a fashion “trend” but one that instills a sense of calmness, unseen, just “there” . You could liken it to blank canvas but that really demotes it I feel, I like to think it enhances the symmetry of the architecture, like putting on a tailored jacket to enhance your “shape”.
Its important for me that each piece of the “jigsaw” has integrity, it has a purpose, and that purpose for me is to create a sense of emotional wellbeing, this is where I source my designs from, happiness, feeling comfortable, feeling secure, and of course excitement.
Greys, Charcoal to silver, always have been a favourite, using the tonal values, rich, dark, and dramatic, to a much lighter airy feel. These images inspire me, they demonstrate what I feel, they are tear sheets from numerous media sources, elle decoracion and various american mags. Always on the look out for inspiration, not only from the media, but from nature, food and paintings, more on this later