Studio Three Two Four is a Christchurch-based small business specialising in these stunning wooden mosaic wall art and home decor pieces – all painstakingly created from locally sourced, salvaged and repurposed materials.
Frances O’brien, also known as The Stitchy Kiwi, lives on Auckland’s North Shore with her husband and two young children. She makes modern and contemporary embroidered hoops, inspired by the world around her. When she isn’t sewing, she can be found at one of the … Read more »
Glen and Linda Turner are the creative minds behind Studio Three Two Four, a Christchurch-based small business specialising in striking wooden mosaic wall art and home decor pieces – all created from locally sourced materials. Glen has been making one off items for many years using the resources available to him. Whether it’s a piece of furniture, custom wood art or a home decor item, he has always enjoyed what he does and the sense of satisfaction that comes with it.
Shane-Maree Morris is the creative force behind Deep Green INC, based in vibrant Wellington. Her beautiful cushions, bed and table runners, and wall hangings incorporate feathers, flax, paua shell, textured fabrics and contemporary patterns. She’s inspired by the diversity and energy of her hometown, Māori and Pasifika design, and the natural beauty of Aotearoa.
These clever little magnetic hangers from Gwyneth Hulse Design are perfect for displaying and attaching artwork. Kind to both your art and your walls, they’ll leave no marks or holes.
Susan Manson of Fully Woolly is a highly skilled maker of fantastic faux taxidermy deer trophies and other woolly goodies – and she reckons fibre runs through her veins…
Yikes, it’s getting to be that time again… and the Felt team’s seeing some gorgeous Christmas goodies popping up in our listings. We love this Christmas tree decal from Sticky Tiki – check out the very Kiwi details!
Instant blackboard – just stick it up! StickyTiki chalkboards can be stuck on any wall in the house, and moved around as needed…
Northland mosaic artist Sue of Piece by Piece makes one-of-a-kind designs using glass tiles, beads and crockery.