Saturday, November 07, 2015
When designing our new range of tea towels we wanted to look in fresh new directions. We began this process with the enjoyable experience of experimenting with watercolour and inks.
We love the washed out effect these paints can achieve and they give a relaxed casual feel to the prints. We have always had fun with spots and stripes and thought we’d give them a modern twist.
Turquoise is one of our favourite colours, its mix of blue and green shades is lovely and lively and has a sweet feminine feel. Whilst our darker charcoal and black range brings a monochrome sophistication and is perfect for the more modern kitchens. Our clients have requested we try a monochrome palette for a while now, well we think we have delivered and love the new look.
Sunday, July 12, 2015
We recently styled two looks for the hardtofind blog for a relaxed Christmas in July.
Our first look was a modern Australian take on the traditional ‘red and green’ for a festive approach. We used our organic cotton Succulent print tablecloth and napkins in Citronelle green as a back drop and styled with lemon yellow and bright berry red for a fresh new look. Using simple red berry foliage and a little string of bunting added further texture and a bit of Christmas cheer.
Our second look used a neutral back drop with splashes of mint, grey and lemon and bright baubles for a more ‘scandi’ look. Our versatile organic cotton Succulent print tablecloth in Feather Grey layed the foundation and was complemented by simple stoneware in pastel hues. We love how the felt bauble garland added warmth and character, and brightened the whole mood of the table, making it feel instantly more ‘christmassy’ Sprigs of rosemary in glass jars added some lovely foliage and scent to the table, and are an easy style solution along with little bundles of natives and berries tied with twine at each place setting. To see more head to the hardtofind blog here.
Friday, April 24, 2015
Thanks to the lovely Clare from Checks and Spots for including us in your April homewares round up. There are some really lovely inclusions to be alongside! Our set of three bamboo utensils with heart cut-out are the perfect Mother's Day gift.
Thursday, April 23, 2015
We are thrilled with this lovely little write up in last weekends Sydney Morning Herald. If you read the fine print you'll notice some exciting news about new product on the way!
Wednesday, August 27, 2014
We love seeing our range in the delicious Hard to Find catalogues, amongst all the lovely Australian brands. The June issue was a winner with our Doilie tablecloths and bamboo entertainers range featured. We have to admit, the Dandi girls do lots of shopping on there!
Tuesday, June 17, 2014
Last week we organised a little give away for the audience at Studio 10. It was great to be able to surprise their guests with a little Dandi treat, and to see our lovely bamboo products all styled up and live on air! Here is a little clip of the lovely set up they did.
Tuesday, June 17, 2014
We just love this navy feature from the latest My Weekly Preview magazine. Its such a great colour for winter! A big thanks for including our Navy Tea Towels in the round up.
Monday, May 05, 2014
1. Bamboo Entertainers Collection 2. Bake up a delicious treat (like these white chocolate and raspberry friands from Women's Weekly Baking Day Book) 3. A set of three tea towels - who can go past the pom pom trim!? 4 A Heart Oven Mitt - it basically says 'I love you' 5. Matching Pini and Mini Pini - Adorbs! 6. Some spunky bamboo utensils which come beautifully packaged in a natural gauze bag 7. A snazzy new ironing board cover all gift boxed up for you.
Wednesday, April 23, 2014
A little write up in local Sydney papers of our Succulent design Easter spread
Tuesday, April 15, 2014
As the Easter long weekend approaches we thought we'd share a little recipe which can be enjoyed for brunch, lunch or a light dinner this long weekend. Its especially nice for a meat free Good Friday treat. We think it looks gorgeous too!
Asparagus and 3 Cheese Tart
Preheat oven to 180˚C.
Roll pastry out to fill tart tin.
Prick pastry and blind bake with weights for 15 mins.
Snap off woody ends of asparagus and discard. Arrange asparagus on top of the egg mixture. You can fan the asparagus out to achieve a nice circular pattern, using any good off cuts to fill in the gaps.
Bake for 35-40 minutes until golden and set. Serve with a simple side salad.