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By terrariumdesigns, Oct 23 2015 06:00AM

We are extremely pleased to have been awarded Best Interior Product at this year's Northern Design Festival. Up against the best in contemporary design from throughout the region, our cushion collection was selected for the 'unique narrative inspired designs with a touch of noir'.

Also receiving awards were Novocastrian for their industrial furniture and Jake Barker for his innovative product design.

By terrariumdesigns, Sep 17 2015 08:35PM

This October Terrarium will be taking part in the Design Event Mart exhibition as part of the 10th annual Northern Design Festival. On display will be a selection of cushions in a rich colour palette specially selected to match the historic building in which the exhibition is being presented. Deep blue tones from the Garden at Night and In the Undergrowth collections compliment the blue tones in the ornate plasterwork of Newcastle's historic Assembly house.

Assembly House, 55 Westgate Road, Newcastle upon Tyne NE1 1SG

20 – 25 October 2015


By terrariumdesigns, Sep 14 2015 03:00AM

This September Terrarium will be exhibiting as part of the London Design Festival! Urban Living Interiors will be showcasing Terrarium lampshades and cushions as part of their Young, Fresh and British open studio event.

Head down to Urban Living Interiors on Great Portland Street from the 19th to the 27th of September to see our products in their showroom. Alongside Terrarium products will be the work of three other young British designers from the specialisms of glass, furniture making and tufted textile furnishings.

By guest, Jun 30 2015 03:27PM

Brand new to the Garden at Night collection, the scanner floral design features spring florals contrasted against a dark and moody background. Contemporary techniques such as scanning and photo collage are used to create depth in the design.

The Garden at Night collection is inspired by the mysterious and dramatic world of gardens after dark, this design captures the dramatic hidden beauty of plants surrounded by darkness. Inspiration came from artistic photography of gardens in which light and blackness were used to illuminate and create a mysterious otherworldly feel. The detailed intricate paper collage of Victorian artist Mary Delaney also inspired this dark yet striking collection. See the inspiration behind the collection.

Scanner florals will soon be developed into exciting new products such as cushions and lampshades.