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This Umhlanga Ridge apartment has stunning views of the ocean. We wanted to point all attention to the view when we created the decor and wooden furniture project design.  We designed the furniture and room layout for this project.  As you enter the apartment your eye is immediately drawn to the custom made wooden mirror grouping on the entrance wall.

The beautiful greens and blues used in the living area fit in well with the ocean view. Here we used our Reclaimed Teak bookshelf and Ash wood plasma unit.  We worked carefully together with Hendra Estates to ensure that furniture used would likely fit the budget for the proposed home owner.

The Live Edge Edenia dining table with teak wood Moss Dining chairs are the perfect size, seating 6-8 comfortably.

In the bedrooms the wooden bedside tables are paired with lush fabric headboards, softening the wood theme. Our locally made and imported mirrors adorn the walls.
We worked on this project in collaboration with Hendra Estates.

We had the privilege of furnishing this home by creating and executing the furniture layout and design. We collaborated with Shave Paints.  The home is in Gauteng so we handled the wooden furniture project design from long distance – carefully planning furniture and room layout and design for this project by using the home plans and photos of the space.

The industrial home created the perfect backdrop for the organic look and feel of solid wooden furniture.

As you enter the home your eye is immediately drawn past the entrance area into the open plan living and dining area.  We utilized the space under the stair case by adding a beautiful carved bench which creates a feature in this often unused space.

The dining table is made from reclaimed Indonesian teak.  This is a very durable wood that works equally well in a covered verandah as well as inside the home.  The beautiful colouring of the teak was matched with black wooden chairs.

We used wooden seating in the living area and softened this with throws and cushions.  The bench is also made from reclaimed Indonesian teak.  The plasma unit is made from Cedar Wood which is stained with a Smoke Monocoat finish.  This is a durable finish that allows the natural grain of the wood to still be visible whilst protecting the wood against spills.

The study nook is tucked away in a corner of the living area.  The desk which is Cedar wood was left raw.  It has ample packing space so that clutter on the table top could be kept to a minimum.