Oystercatcher by Chris Rose The idea for this linocut evolved whilst painting a picture that featured sand ripples. I liked the challenge of paring down all the subtle tones and colours of the scene into simple black and white shapes. By the simple addition of the solid black reflection of the bird bisected by white-rimmed horizontals the impression of water is achieved. The curved lines of the sleeping oystercatcher contrasted nicely with the horizontals of the background. SOLD OUT
Our Chevron Printed Panel Pair is the perfect update for some fun color and print. Top of the panel features solid bright yellow for a refreshing pop of color, combined with a grey and white chevron duo for a modern update. The panel is finished with foamback lining for room darkening features, added privacy, and energy saving abilities. Grommet top detail makes it easier to hang, open, and close panels throughout the day. Fits up to 1.25" diameter rod.
CONTEMPORARY HOUSE RENOVATION AND EXTENSION CROUCH END NORTH LONDON New aluminium sliding folding doors span the full width of the garden extension and a structural glass fixed rooflight also spanning across the extension both combine to maximise daylight within the newly created kitchen and dining area connecting the space seamlessly to the garden when doors are opened fully. London Architects and Interior Designers www.crawfordpartnership.co.uk