We are a husband and wife design team, Sam + Laura with a toddler called Tex. We live in Rippleside a relaxing bayside suburb in Victoria, Australia. We both share a strong love of many styles of architecture and interior design.
Our thoughts on one another:
Sam: “Laura is the ideas person, there will be days when she will come up with a plethora of different ideas and I will have to tell her to slow down whilst I jot them all down. Her imagination is incredible and never have I come across anything like it. She has a design brain that only a few are lucky enough to be born with! Something you cannot be taught about with many years of schooling.”
Laura: “Sam has the engineering brain he knows how everything works and knows how to draw anything in precise details. He is a problem solver and will find his way around any situation. He knows how to put my ideas on paper. He is a perfectionist (yes this can be very annoying).
By Looking at our products I’m sure you can tell we are huge on acrylics. We both absolutely love acrylics!
Our current range is all high quality acrylic. Its all about interior design for bubbas and little hipsters. We wanted to create a line that either blends into its surrounds (our invisible playpen) or really pops like artwork that you would be happy to display in any part of your home. Please note our designs are either patented or design registered, thank you for respecting and appreciating all the time that goes into a design from start to finish.
So Tex was getting very busy. We were mid renovation and had heaps going on. We realised it was time to get a playpen. After searching and searching and only finding finding what resembled a UFC fighting cage or a primary coloured jail. We realised it was time to design our own version. And came to the conclusion the best looking playpen would actually appear invisible. After many samples and design altercations we had finally created a floor less playpen.
Noticing a need for a version of “doll house” that is very gender neutral We wanted to also design a piece of art for the nursery. It had to be very bright and we love neons, not to mention see through acrylic neon! We took inspiration from Danish architecture. We wanted a simplistic design with clean lines. Thats how the attic house grew!
With the shadow box craze sweeping through the nurseries we thought it might be time to create our take on the shadow box. To keep within the rest of our range we decided on a simple design being again hexagon shaped and neon in colour.