STUDIO DELMAR

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EGYPTIAN CAMPAIGN IN THE LOCAL PROJECT

MAGAZINE ARTICLEClaire Delmar
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The hand knotted weave, tonal colour palette and air of luxury defines the Egyptian range. With a subtle nod to Middle Eastern grandeur our styling was formed around the use of linen fabrics, natural timbers, handmade ceramic shapes and modern contemporary pieces.

Armadillo & Co Egyptian campaign featured in The Local Project both online & within their new print magazine June 2019. Photography Sharyn Cairns, Styling Studio Delmar.

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100 YEARS of HOMES & GARDENS UK

MAGAZINE ARTICLEClaire Delmar
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An absolute honour to find ourselves in the top 100 homes featured in the Homes & Gardens UK 100 year issue. 

Palm Beach home designed by Architects Alexander &CO. featured in Homes & Gardens Magazine June 2019. Photography Anson Smart, Styling Studio Delmar.

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DARLINGHURST HOUSE IN REAL LIVING

MAGAZINE ARTICLEClaire Delmar
A monochromatic theme runs through the renovated Darlinghurst home with original stone walls juxtaposed with modern, minimalist design. This backdrop of old and new allowed us to include contemporary feature chairs, Art Deco inspired floor lamps, strong portraiture and layers of earthy toned ceramics.  Darlinghurst house featured in  Real Living  Magazine June 2019. Interior architecture  TomMarkHenry , Photography  Pablo Veiga , Styling  Studio Delmar , Words Lauren Powell and Stephanie Hope.

A monochromatic theme runs through the renovated Darlinghurst home with original stone walls juxtaposed with modern, minimalist design. This backdrop of old and new allowed us to include contemporary feature chairs, Art Deco inspired floor lamps, strong portraiture and layers of earthy toned ceramics.

Darlinghurst house featured in Real Living Magazine June 2019. Interior architecture TomMarkHenry, Photography Pablo Veiga, Styling Studio Delmar, Words Lauren Powell and Stephanie Hope.

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RIVERVIEW HOUSE FOR INSIDE OUT

MAGAZINE ARTICLEClaire Delmar
May proved to be an exciting month in the press for the studio with Inside Out magazine featuring two homes styled by Studio Delmar. Riverview house is an architecturally designed, modern Australian home, which featured soft curves and natural finishes allowing us to further layer in earthy tones, organic shapes and a curation of art in softly painted strokes.  Collections of ceramics layer the shelves alongside modern furniture, all working together to create a warm and comfortable family home.  Riverview house featured in  Inside Out  Magazine May 2019. Architecture  David Boyle Architects , Photography  Chris Warnes , Styling  Studio Delmar , Words  Freya Herring .

May proved to be an exciting month in the press for the studio with Inside Out magazine featuring two homes styled by Studio Delmar.
Riverview house is an architecturally designed, modern Australian home, which featured soft curves and natural finishes allowing us to further layer in earthy tones, organic shapes and a curation of art in softly painted strokes.
Collections of ceramics layer the shelves alongside modern furniture, all working together to create a warm and comfortable family home.

Riverview house featured in Inside Out Magazine May 2019. Architecture David Boyle Architects, Photography Chris Warnes, Styling Studio Delmar, Words Freya Herring.

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STYLING THE FAMILY HOME OF PRINCIPAL JEREMY BULL OF A&CO.

MAGAZINE ARTICLEClaire Delmar
With the homes renovated minimalist bones in place the brief was to layer in the aesthetic of a young family alongside curated sophistication. Thoughtfully designed pieces sit together with relaxed family living. A harmonious mixture of colourful furniture, patterned cushions and strong decorative items fill the house and include coloured bowls, bold sculptures, strong portrait paintings and a mix of vintage and contemporary furniture and décor. Family and kids zones are kept bright and colourful while adult areas step into more mature, moody tones.  The family home of Jeremy Bull and Tess Glasson of  Alexander &CO.  featured in  Inside Out  Magazine May 2019. Photography  Anson Smart , Styling  Studio Delmar , Words Alexandra Gordon.

With the homes renovated minimalist bones in place the brief was to layer in the aesthetic of a young family alongside curated sophistication.
Thoughtfully designed pieces sit together with relaxed family living. A harmonious mixture of colourful furniture, patterned cushions and strong decorative items fill the house and include coloured bowls, bold sculptures, strong portrait paintings and a mix of vintage and contemporary furniture and décor. Family and kids zones are kept bright and colourful while adult areas step into more mature, moody tones.

The family home of Jeremy Bull and Tess Glasson of Alexander &CO. featured in Inside Out Magazine May 2019. Photography Anson Smart, Styling Studio Delmar, Words Alexandra Gordon.

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EDITORIAL STYLING FOR ARENT & PYKE IN VOGUE LIVING

MAGAZINE ARTICLEClaire Delmar
Styling the finishing touches to a home with so much personality.  Textured walls, sky high ceiling voids and rich colours throughout allowed us to integrate organic shaped ceramics, glassware and sculptural branches on tables, window sills and across industrial hanging shelves completing the inner city family home for the  Vogue Living  May/June 2019 issue.  Architect  Welsh + Major , Interiors – Furniture/Object/Art  Arent & Pyke , Photographer  Anson Smart , Words  Joanna Gambale

Styling the finishing touches to a home with so much personality.

Textured walls, sky high ceiling voids and rich colours throughout allowed us to integrate organic shaped ceramics, glassware and sculptural branches on tables, window sills and across industrial hanging shelves completing the inner city family home for the Vogue Living May/June 2019 issue.

Architect Welsh + Major, Interiors – Furniture/Object/Art Arent & Pyke, Photographer Anson Smart, Words Joanna Gambale

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INGREDIENTS   Becker Minty  –  Carol Crawford  sculpture   Planet  –  Jean McGhee  ceramic cup   Sophie Nolan  black ceramic vase and goblet   Graphis Gallery  –  Walter Auer  black vase   Planet  –  Terunobu Hirata  cup   Planet  –  Liz Stops  bronze vase   Utopia Art Sydney  –  Brett Stone  yellow bowl   Robert Plumb  –  Cameron Williams  terracotta cup   Damon Moon  ceramic bottle   Planet  –  Vanessa Lucas  low black vase   Alana Wilson  glass bowls   Clay Canoe  ceramic vases   Utopia Art Sydney  –  Kati Watson  “Waiting V”   Ebony Heidenreich  vase   Becker Minty  –  James King-Dijon  “Brutalist Façade” artwork   Lightly  Infinity bowl and Tone planter   Planet  –  David Collins  ceramic vessel, “Fence Post” vase   Art2Muse  –  Yanni Souvatzoglou  “Eternal Leap” sculpture   Planet  –  Sharon Alpren    Hale Mercantile Co.  linen and cushions   Bemboka  Verge charcoal blanket   Ondene  –  Societe  bed linen   Artemide  – Mario Botta Shogun table lamp   Becker Minty  – Giobagnara suede box   Workshopped  –  Marz Designs  Atallos table lamp   Montmartre Store  – Caravane bed linen

INGREDIENTS

Becker MintyCarol Crawford sculpture

PlanetJean McGhee ceramic cup

Sophie Nolan black ceramic vase and goblet

Graphis GalleryWalter Auer black vase

PlanetTerunobu Hirata cup

PlanetLiz Stops bronze vase

Utopia Art SydneyBrett Stone yellow bowl

Robert PlumbCameron Williams terracotta cup

Damon Moon ceramic bottle

PlanetVanessa Lucas low black vase

Alana Wilson glass bowls

Clay Canoe ceramic vases

Utopia Art SydneyKati Watson “Waiting V”

Ebony Heidenreich vase

Becker MintyJames King-Dijon “Brutalist Façade” artwork

Lightly Infinity bowl and Tone planter

PlanetDavid Collins ceramic vessel, “Fence Post” vase

Art2MuseYanni Souvatzoglou “Eternal Leap” sculpture

PlanetSharon Alpren

Hale Mercantile Co. linen and cushions

Bemboka Verge charcoal blanket

OndeneSociete bed linen

Artemide – Mario Botta Shogun table lamp

Becker Minty – Giobagnara suede box

WorkshoppedMarz Designs Atallos table lamp

Montmartre Store – Caravane bed linen

STYLING A CREATIVE HOME

MAGAZINE ARTICLEClaire Delmar
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For a home already bursting with personality it was a pleasure for Studio Delmar to further layer the family home of artists Edward Waring, Susan Hipgrave and their daughter Nina for the multiple page Vogue Living article.

Working with the redesigned home by late interior architect Brian Keirnan and a backdrop of the owners artworks, eclectic art collection and bold coloured furniture we played on the fun yet contemporary aesthetic.


Modern furniture with vintage characteristics were brought in alongside a collection of organic and linear formed ceramics to compliment the architectural spaces. Adding to the creativity of the home a sculptural potted plant adds to the playfulness and ties in with Susan’s botanical ceramic drawings.

Owner and artist Susan Hipgrave’s exhibition “It’s a Jungle Out There” is currently being held at the Arthouse Gallery.


Article featured in Vogue Living Mar/Apr 19. Written by Stephen Todd. Photography by Smart Anson. Styling by Studio Delmar.

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REFINED BEACHSIDE STYLING - A FEATURE IN MARIE CLAIRE

MAGAZINE ARTICLEClaire Delmar

Studio Delmar styled the featured holiday house located on Sydney’s Palm Beach mixing European heritage with casual beachside living. Furniture, art and décor was layered throughout to suit the subdued interior palette.

Modern sculptural forms, ceramics and glassware, in a selected medley of black and white, express the client’s youthfulness amongst the detailed interiors, whilst muted, soft tones are brought into the spaces with decorative cushions and linen.

Architecture and interiors by Alexander &CO., Photography by Felix Forest, styling by Studio Delmar and words by Anna McCooe.

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A STYLING STORY IN GOURMET TRAVELLER

MAGAZINE ARTICLE, FOOD STYLINGClaire Delmar
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The March 2019 Gourmet Traveller spread “Pick Up Sticks” features fresh and brightly coloured skewer recipes from Lisa Featherby.

With the food prepared by Peta Dent, photography by Ben Dearnley and styling by Studio Delmar the finished article pops with intensity and flavour.

 A background of jet black and charcoaled timber sets the scene with layers of hand formed plates and bowls as the foods prop. Dark plateware blends into the background and creates a striking splash of colour through the turmeric yellows and bright green leaves of the Asian inspired recipes.

Where the food isn’t as vibrant slabs of turquoise stone, natural terracotta or bold glazes, alongside props of coloured linen, add to the overall look and feel the article inspires.

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INGREDIENTS

Linen napkins from Hale Mercantile Co.

Small glazed ceramic bowl from Studio ALM

Black ceramic plate from Batch Ceramics

Paired with many of my own ceramics collection.