Bespoke Installation Architectural Features

Bespoke Installation Architectural FeaturesThe World is becoming one very big shop, but slowly, the ‘same’ shop for everyone.

When looking for landscape ideas or planning your ideal living space, it is easy to type into a search engine things like “landscape features” and get loads of search results, but these are the very same results that everyone else in the World will be getting. You can make it personal and have your own thoughts come to life.

At some stage, you will wake up with a personal idea and want to see it through to production, knowing that when finished, you will have the only one in the World. When this magic moment arrives, don’t stew over the idea or set it aside as a far off dream, contact me and let’s see if we can pull together the team to put your ideas into physical form. No matter whether you have just ‘imagined’ your perfect wallpaper design or armchair, there are talented people out there able to put your ideas into practice.

As favours for friends, I have designed much, from complete houses along with their interiors and gardens, to furniture, exhibitions, lighting, doors, glass screens and fabrics. This is my ‘way’ of going about design and it was once the usual way – a long time before mass-manufacturing. However, the craft skills to create bespoke features are alive and well, Countrywide. It is just up to the consumer to go for what they want as opposed to going for a finished item off the mass-production shelf.

There is naturally room for all, and in my Bespoke Features, I use plenty of fantastically mass-manufactured goods – like screws, nails and glue!

Waves ~~~~~~~~~ <+))))))))>< ~~~ Grant

Is it a Bush? Is it a Tree? No, it’s SPIDER PLANT

Is it a Bush? Is it a Tree? No, it's SPIDER PLANTIt’s taken us an age to realise that we were treating the spider plants too kindly. Now that we are ignoring them for long periods and leaving them pot-bound, they are producing the ‘cascades’ of offspring so characteristic of the species.

I’ve read that ‘hard times’ can bring out the best in people and that a stressed-out plant will often flower but it seems a cruel plan to evoke stress in order to force blossomings.

And in a few years time …. you guessed, the neighbours will be referring to us as the Spider Plant Nursery as they overtake the HoBB. I’ll be snipping them off, potting them on and depositing them on a fund-raising stall at some Women’s Institute Market with a warning label on each one of them reading “Don’t ignore these and keep them happy at ALL times”

~~~~~~~~~~ <+))))))))>< ~~~ waves from Grant