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Monthly Archives: April 2011

  • Matt Page styling at 30 Days

    So excited to be apart of 30 Days of home food and wine at the Horden Pavilion in Sydney starting this week.  Matt Page is styling a bedroom with one of our bedheads – here is a sneak peak of his selection……. So many stylists and designers under one roof.  Such a feast of beauty …

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  • Inspiration

    The latest Belle magazine inspired me on so many levels but the below quote from editor at large Ann-Maree Sargeant so captured the ethos behind why Heatherly Design was created all those years ago. “As a reaction to the growth of mass-produced design products, and the proliferation of copies of high-design pieces, there is a …

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  • Styling our latest bedhead design

    Had so much fun styling our very latest bedhead design.  Peonies are my favourite flower. When I first saw this fabric, I just had to arrange a special photoshoot to capture the beauty and romance of this print.  The Porters wallpaper is striking and was bold to contemplate.   I was stuck on the side table …

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  • Magnolia Square – Event Styling inspired by paper and thread

    Cant wait to be apart of Magnolia Square 28th – 30th April at Malvern Town Hall.  Special new fabrics and the most positively gorgeous peony flower bedhead that dreams are made of…….

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  • Nothing like working to a tight deadline!!!

    We were so thrilled to be asked to supply one of our bedheads for the front cover of Home Beautiful May 2011.  When Stephanie Powell  the style editor from Home Beautiful rang asking if it was possible to have a bedhead into Palm Beach for their photo shoot  in three days time, we were quick …

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