Haidée Drew products make three appearances in February's issue of Homes and Gardens. Titled 'Sustainable Beauty' 'Handled' Bamboo chopping boards with intricate handles make the Design news, while latest Ara Mirror Eve makes the shortlist for Classic and Contemporary style mirrors. Finally 'Wallis' from the 'Box Factories' collection is featured in the 'Urban Craft' styled by Emma Thomas, with emphasis on 'A palette of wood, leather and marble accented with artisan pieces and pops of colour offering a modern approach to blending the natural and handmade.' Many thanks to everyone involved!
'Handled' Chopping Boards have been inspired by the V&A’s silver galleries. They are an interpretation and celebration of the craft that precedes them. The clean lined silhouettes and integral handles give the pieces a strong contemporary look. The designs evoke the feeling of luxury and nostalgia, and the combination of sustainably manufactured board and digital processes with my chosen materials gave the opportunity to express intricacy whilst still retaining strength.
Bamboo is a sustainable alternative to tropical hardwoods; it is equal in its quality and durability as a chopping board. This bamboo has been specially selected it for its distinctive staves its strength and colour. Available in Five styles and designed to fit together to make a set.
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Liberty situated in the heart of London since 1875 is know as an emporium of innovative and eclectic design, and the ultimate destination for the sophisticated and savvy shopper, is now stocking the full Ara Mirror range, you will find them on the fourth floor in the furniture section. The mirrors were selected for the Liberty 'Home Collections'.