Friday, September 10, 2010

SNEAK PEEK INTO MY NEWEST VENTURE

I just wanted to take the opportunity to give you a sneak peek into the new store "Flik by Design"
the store will be more interior designed based with a new tag line " Where French meets Industrial with a twist to mid century" It will be a balance of design, texture and just awesome hand picked items available...
First Item - the coffee sac chair -  A Classic Bergere with an orange tweed like fabric and a coffee sac upholstered back - these have been featured already in Chatelaine (Sept issue) and the shopping guide for Toronto Life Aug 19th...We will have some wonderful upholstered items...all in our newest of colours....

Next item - Art....seems that high gloss is all the rage and resin finished art is a must - this artist meets all the needs - she is wonderfully talented and very "Flik" in photography....the inspiration of my store colours were Hermes.....the horse pic with tones of orange trademark of Hermes is just awesome... lots of new photographs will be featured exclusively...

Who can't live without Louis Vuitton....our custom pillows made from Louis Vuitton silk Stephen Sprouse graffiti scarves.... a must in all decor....in orange of course...

The Inspiration of old world french and industrial - doctors cabinets made from Vintage metals and authentic doctors cabinets, side tables, coffee tables all industrial inspired.

This is just a touch of our items....the store is full of items that are tactile and fun...the feather headress comes in orange or white and is almost an inspiration on its own....



One of my new favorite items is the Orange Transparent Ghost chair - they are UV coated and can not only be used indoors but also out....a new take on a classic....

So Join us next week when the new store officially opens and take a look at the new direction of Flik by Design 1360 queen street east at greenwood  647 352 3133

3 comments:

  1. That's super exciting , congratulations guys

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  2. the fur throw on the bed- MUST HAVE where did it come from??

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