26 MAR 2015
The Debonnaires – Collection Preview April 9
Mr. Bigglesworthy is proud to present 'The Debonnaires' - a modern design interiors collection with our take on classic British charm and sophistication.
This suave collection is a tribute to that particular type of British masculinity, imbued with boldness and daring as well as impeccable style. We present dashing design for those who appreciate the finer things - beautifully crafted objects made from quality materials.
The pieces represented in this collection each have an innate glamour and individual style we know you'll love. Classic designs perfectly crafted to set a scene of sophistication. Whether it be for the home or executive office, it's time to indulge in a little dignified luxury.
Join us to preview The Debonnaires Collection, accompanied by a wine and cheese selection.
The preview event will be held at our Gallery:
Thursday 9 April
6:30pm - 9:30pm
15 Williamson Ave, Ponsonby
Mr. Bigglesworthy is dedicated to bringing the best of international and New Zealand decor while inspiring with fresh ideas for interiors. We have collected some of our own inspiration for the upcoming exhibition in this look book. We hope you are inspired too.
Represented in the collection are pieces by: Paul McCobb, Jens Risom, Mogens Kold, Illum Wikkelso, Grete Jalk, CFC Silkenborg, Bernhard Pedersen & Son, Ole Wanscher, DUX, G-Plan, Ib Kofod Larsen, Archie Shine, Richard Hornby, AH McIntosh, Nathan, White and Newton, Toothill, Robin Day, Hille.
Styling by Caroline Moore and Emma Eagle, Photography by Dan Eagle
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