DEA ( Delicate Eye Area) design store in Redfern turns three this week. The store is beautifully curated by owner Karin Huchatz and is my go to shop for presents. If you are looking for something unique, want to support a local artist or in love with all things Japan you need to visit DEA.
Alongside their curated collection of ceramics sourced from Japan, you’ll find Tom Dixon, Page Thirty Three, Futagami, Terra10, Nousaku, Kimura, Uashmama, Kinto, Menu by Norm Architects, Artistica stoneware from Portugal, Atolyia Turkish towels and robes, Marble Basics, beautiful fabrics from Sally Campbell, Mint Homeware, Wildfolk Candles, Mad Et Len, Luxuriate, Reddecker, La Chamba handmade cook and serve ware, Weck Glassware from Germany, Ivy Muse, Triumph & Disaster to name a few.
They also proudly support local artists and artisans, with an exquisite selection of unique cermics and homewares by Timna Taylor, Sharon Muir, Its A Public Holiday, Yvonne Terkildsen, Ode Ceramic. Furniture by sculptor Stephen Ralph and Vincent Buret sit alongside a limited number of works by an amazing group of emerging new artists, such as Murray Hilton, Gemma Avery, Michael McIntyre and Kyle Murrell, all from the former Galleria Vicino stable.
IMAGES : top Japanese patinated copper trays and vases in teal and peacock green, below : Japanese hand made brass looped spoons;
Michelle Connolly Artwork ; B&W small Bud Vase Iggy and Lou Lou;
Window Bar scene, Pressed glass from $14 per piece, Japanese Crumple Glass, Tom Dixon Cocktail shaker; Japanese tin and Gold Leaf Sake jugs and cups all available separately – tin improves the flavour of sake; Carl Aubock Brass Bird, Hand bottle opener, Hand keyring and Foot keyring and paperweights – exclusive to DEA; Tina Taylor Ceramic with small brass spoons; Black plates, Yvonne Terkildsen – Midnight on the River – exclusive to DEA
HELP THEM CELEBRATE TOMORROW WITH A BIT OF SIPPING AND SUPPING AND PREVIEW NEW RANGES BEFORE CHRISTMAS
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