Our Wood Collection gathering momentum...

Now as Covid has us all in lockdown again, it means more time for that good old home cooking. But, as our waistlines expand and we exercise just that little bit less, I think we are all looking for that bit of individuality in our homes. Oh and along with an artistic touch of comfort. If this sounds a little like you, then you have definitely come to the right place.

Our African wildlife art wood collection has started to take shape and featuring a couple of different styles on natural wood. Focusing on different elements such as size and a variety of uses, the boards are ideal for entertaining or simply for everyday use in the kitchen.  

The featured Spotted Gum boards are designed to have that feeling of serene nature. The wildlife prints are subtle with a hint of colour to enhance the grain of the wood and have a natural effect. They make an ideal centrepiece on any dining or coffee table, with low lighting candles to set the mood.

African Wildlife Prints Wood Collection

Our thinner boards showcasing other African wildlife prints on Tasmanian Oak are great if you need a more purpose built bread or cutting board. They make a lovely addition in any kitchen. Or if you wish to add a wildlife theme to your bathroom then they make an awesome display board or wall art.

This week we featured our new culture collection on Instagram and Facebook that incorporates three of our Masai designs and our support for South Africa in these trying times. They will be uploaded into our shop soon!

We do provide custom orders for any of our products, especially if you have something else of preference. Our products can be purchased directly online, or for any custom orders just send us an email with the relevant information.

Feel free to visit us for a coffee and a chat at our Heidelberg Heights office. Online appointments are available on our Facebook page.

Live...Life...Love...Adventure and keep on being inspired!

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