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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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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.