Hello everyone,We are excited to share some new work with you, made from beautiful Kāuri, Matai and Rewarewa.We hope you enjoy it!
Experimenting and trying out new ideas is addictive — like a good book that you can’t put down — and I can spend hours ‘fiddling’ with bits of wood. However, it’s tough to find the time to do this amongst the more mundane (but essential) tasks of running a business. So to challenge myself over
We are excited to announce that we are part of a group exhibition Out of the Woods with Perry Logan and Grahame Roberts, at Quirky Fox in Taranaki. For us, producing work for an exhibition is something quite different and it has challenged us to look at wood from a totally different perspective. This series
How would you like to WIN a double pass to the NZ Coffee Festival? We have a double pass to give away for the afternoon session at the NZ Coffee Festival, 24th March at Shed 10 in Auckland. Entry is easy… follow the link below, enter your details and you are in the draw! Good
Introducing our Catch All Shelf!! Our Totara catch all shelf is perfect for adding a little bit of nature to your entrance way. We’ve included four hidden magnets to hold your keys, a slot for the mail or your cell and a friendly botanical to greet you. It also comes as a mini shelf, without
Gwyneth Hulse Design proudly brings to you our new Waste Not Collection. These products all take environmental responsibility to the next level. This collection has been designed to be beautiful and unique and make the most of each valuable piece of wood. View the collection here or read the full story here.
Meet the latest addition to our team, Tui. Our Tui has hand carved wing feathers and deep blue colouring. Save
Watch out for our new tags and refreshed branding over the next wee while. So chuffed with how they have come out. Designed by Trudi Hewitt and illustrated by Marita Hewitt — what clever sisters. Save Save
Voila!!! Hand-dyed cotton and linen rope, finished with a Rewarewa bead and clasp. Our newest necklace design has been brewing for quite some time but it’s finally done. These are hand-dyed, in small batches, using natural dyes, such as; pomegranate, tea, madder and cochineal. You can purchase them here, or see more photos on