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After the recent success at Chelsea flower show, Kyoto Designs can now be seen in high end gardens and hotels through out the UK and Europe. The weather screens can be enjoyed all year round, available in 18 designs in either hardwood or aluminium, and in four standard sizes. Bespoke sizes can be ordered. A range of accessories include mirrors, perspex, back lighting, spacer brackets. Architects, Interior and garden designers are all enthused to use them in projects. The screens are only available through the website or at exhibitions. Visit: www.kyotogardenart.co.uk e: kevin@kyotogardenart.co.uk


Designers Guild license


Ulster Weavers (Scotland Trade Fair Stand B16) is delighted to announce the launch of its new Designers Guild licensed product. For well over 40 years Designers Guild has been a leading creative force, inspiring with its dynamic and exciting use of colour and pattern. Working with Ulster Weavers to create this range of accessories for the kitchen is another exciting step on the Guild’s journey. Available from January 2016. Email:sales@ulsterweavers.com t: 028 9032 9494


ART WINDOW


Gift cards, Limited edition prints and Original Canvasses Art window was formed initially to promote the work of Northern artist Peter


Chippendale. Born in 1951 Peter only began painting in 2007 and developed his current style in 2012 since when his paintings have gone to countries all over the world. One collector describes Peters work as “Lowry on acid” but we think it is better than that.


t: 01282 813435 donlyden@btinternet.com


66 Giftware Review & Home Interiors November / December 2015


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