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The history of Peruvian textiles is as rich and varied as any culture ever studied. Much of the high-quality, long-lasting fiber is taken from indigenous alpaca and llama, weaving a tapestry of not only the deeply formed Peruvian culture, but its link to the very heart of the Andean landscape that surrounds it.

Cloth was of primary importance in ancient Peru, As a form of wealth, it was traded and given as gifts between rulers, and even burned or sacrificed as offerings. It was placed in burials in great quantity and was well preserved in the arid desert climate. Woven garments expressed the status and occupation of an individual through style, fabric, and workmanship.

The Peterson Collection of Ancient Peruvian Textiles consists of 26 textiles and textile fragments collected by Harold F. Peterson in the early 1940s. Most of the textiles were probably made in the Central Coast, but the exact provenmiences remain unknown. Many of the subjects refer to religious ideas and symbols and to social status. It has been noted that motifs such as snales, birds, marine creatures, and felines, were already evident in Peru as early as 1800 B.C. at the archaeological site of Huaca Prieta. Images of composite creatures and human/animal combinations are also represented. The collection displays a variety of weaving techniques known in Peru, especially plain weave, slit tapestry, and embroidery.

Design in Peruvian Textiles

The designs of Peruvian textiles are as diverse and rich as the various cultures from which they spring. Realistic and abstract design, patterns and pictures, stories, or even just explosions of light and color can be seen in the immense variety of art and clothing.


Peruvian Flooring

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Peruvian flooring is usually a hard wood flooring with a colourful rug as a eye catcher
One of the bestselling Pergo XP floors, this floor features the attributes of natural mahogany from Peru in a durable and affordable solution. Exotic brown hues, with hints of red undertones, in a single-strip plank format enhanced with a smooth finish for added elegance. Peruvian Mahogany also includes:

  • PermaMax® Surface Protection for double the wear, double the durability of ordinary laminates.
  • ScratchGuard Advanced for superior scratch and scuff resistance
  • Patented Perfectfold® joint for easy installation
  • Premium attached underlayment for natural sound and added comfort
  • Lifetime limited residential and 5-year limited light commercial warranty


Product Type
Collection Name
Pergo XP
AC Rating
AC 4
Color Family
Additional Color 1
Additional Color 2
Surface Texture
Gloss Level
Edge Type
Milled Bevel
Plank Visual
Single Strip Plank
Sq. Ft./Carton
Plank Thickness
Appropriate Level for Installation
On, Above or Below Grade
Subfloor Type
Plywood or Concrete
Install Method

Lighting: SATTLER


Sattler team design team consists of creative talent, Ulrich Sattler, and Sattler team internal and external designers. In a reciprocal process of work, conceptual designs and new developments are created, which consistently follow the  principle of “Nothing gets developed which already exists on the market in the exact same or in a comparable form.”. Following this principle has continuously enabled Sattler team to surprise the market with new developments and innovations in the last few years and has helped the team to establish the design ideas as an integral part of the lighting industry.

Sattler Team lighting design inspire my Japanese sleep/ study room design because if the shape the and light balance the colour of my room design. My sleeping/study room design is focus on the dimension of shape, wooden dark colour and modern design to combine the concept of Japanese traditional and modern into one design.

Here are some of the Sattler Team Lighting designs:


Aluminium profile frame, powder-coated in white
Bottom cover with translucent double layer film (fire rating B1)
Revisable through snap-in-system

Surface-mounted, or pendant with 5000mm/196.8″ steel cable suspension

LED neutralwhite 4000 K (69)

Size mm/ inch:
1243 x 1243 x 85 / 48.9 x 48.9 x 3.3

LED-technology 24V warmwhite 3000 K (63)
LED-technology 24V coldwhite 5000 (62)
Acoustic fabric for noise reduction, Dimmable 1-10V or DALI



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Downlight, light head can be taken off and is fully adjustable through a magnetic hinge system. Light heads are available as flood or spot versions (9 degree beam angle with lenses for 25, 36, and 60 degrees).

Recessed in ceiling with external power supply

LED-technology 36V, CRI > 95, extra warmwhite 2700K (27), warmwhite 3000K (30), neutralwhite 4000K (40)
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Aluminium structure with three light heads. The light heads can be taken off and is fully adjustable through a magnetic hinge system. Light head is available as flood or spot versions (9 degree beam angle with lenses for 25, 36, and 60 degrees).

Floor lamp with power supply cable including country specific plug

LED-technology 36V, CRI > 95, extra warmwhite 2700K (27), warmwhite 3000K (30), neutralwhite 4000K (40)
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AVVENI CEILING 2 ( symmetrical / asymmetrical )

Aluminium structure with 2 light heads. Each light head can be taken off and is fully adjustable through a magnetic hinge system. Light heads are available as flood or spot versions (9 degree beam angle with adaptors for 25, 36, and 60 degrees). Cable suspensions are adjustable.

Direct ceiling mounting with power supply unit in canopy


LED-technology 36V, CRI > 95, extra warmwhite 2700K (27), warmwhite 3000K (30), neutralwhite 4000K (40)
Dimming 0-10V

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Light heads are available as flood or spot versions (9 degree beam angle with lenses for 25, 36, and 60 degrees).

Recessed in ceiling with external power supply

LED-technology 36V, CRI > 95, extra warmwhite 2700K (27), warmwhite 3000K (30), neutralwhite 4000K (40)




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Australian Wallpaper and Fabric Designer ~ Florence Broadhurst


Florence Broadhurst was years ahead of her time, the complex, eccentric and talented Florence Broadhurst was born in rural Queensland, Australia in 1899. By the time of her death in 1977 Broadhurst had lived and worked in Australia, Asia, and England; performed professionally on stage; been befriended by royalty; exhibited her paintings; and started an internationally successful wallpaper company whose success was based upon her own designs.

Adorning the walls, floors and furnishings of London nightclubs, Parisian salons, Cate Blanchett’s family home and even the set of MasterChef are her designs; designs that were created over three decades ago but are still gathering new and passionate fans all over the world.


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Florence Broadhurst has put Australia on the map for international design.

A multi-talented legend, Broadhurst expressed herself creatively through multiple mediums, platforms and continents around the world. After winning a singing competition in 1915, Broadhurst started performing in various towns and cities in Queensland. By the early 1920s, she was performing in India, South-East Asia and China. In 1926, Broadhurst founded a modern academy of arts in Shanghai, known as the Broadhurst Academy, offering tuition in violin, pianoforte, voice production, modern ballroom dancing, classical dancing, musical culture and journalism. Never one to settle, Broadhurst moved to London and reinvented herself as Madame Pellier, running a dress salon on Bond Street in 1933.

After spending more than a decade in the United Kingdom, Broadhurst returned to Australia and settled in Sydney where she started painting enthusiastically and prolifically. Transforming her creative talent into a business opportunity, she started a revolutionary wallpaper business in 1959, creating hundreds of unique and luxurious patterns with rich and vibrant colours all perfectly matching her flamboyant personality. By the mid 1960s, her company monopolised the Australian market and started exporting to America, Peru, Paris, the Middle East and Norway. She continued to work actively until her death in 1977 at the age of 78.
In 1977 she was bludgeoned to death with a large piece of timber in her Paddington studio.  The murder was never solved, but there has been some speculation that Broadhurst was a victim of serial killer John Wayne Glover,

Balinese- Lighting

Balinese use natural materials, found locally, to create beautiful , tranquil lighting for there homes and business.

I have included some techniques they use for there lighting below. 


Wood and cloth  to suit the modern environment


Stainless and Acrylic works of Art.


Unique translucent Onyx stone Vases and Lampshades


Stylish Solid


Free standing and wall mounted Copper light fittings.


These unique light stands are made from materials found in the Indonesian jungle.


Made from bamboo.


Rattan woven over a wire frame free standing large and small shades and panels.


Cloth Lampshades made from organic and synthetic materials.


Spectacular shell creations Corals and mother of pearl set in resin.


Wire frames woven with Banana Leaf, Water Hyacinth

heavy metalLIZARD SHADES

Unique and original wood and wire lighting accessories


Wire frames covered in Rayon


Bali Terracotta pottery wrapped in Banana leaf with matching lampshades


Cut Coconut patterns encased in resin


Rock Solid lamp stands ideal for Indoors the Patio, Garden or Landscaping.


Traditional Balinese lampshade made from bamboo or timber with traditional roofing materials.

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Balinese- Interior Wall Decoration

Reflect and be at one with the earth. Traditional Balinese buildings seek to be in harmony with the environment.

Traditional Balinese house interiors are built almost entirely of organic materials. They use natural materials such as bamboo, woven bamboo, coconut wood, oak wood, Teak wood and various other beautiful local wood in all natural shades. Rattan, wicker and clay were also other materials that were used and found locally.

With design elements of plants, flowers, natural construction materials, and large open spaces Bali interior walls are lined with nature inspired decoration and materials.

Hand Carved Teak Wood Wall panelling is used for eye catching wall pieces,  and other different materials were also used for wood carvings for the walls. Brick and stone were used in a variety of ways for wall features especially bathrooms or entry ways and are usually set on wooden tones and or a bright white painted background for the beautiful art to be displayed.

Open planned living allows walls to be filled with all the art work inspired by the local people and create a cheerful & harmonious environment.

BELOW- Hand carved wall art and bed head.

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Lighting: Vanuatu

Traditional lighting in Vanuatu is by no means ‘advanced’. Even to this day, most lighting in households involves the use of primitive and potentially dangerous controlled fires, in either indoor or outdoor fire pits, sconces or ceiling applications. This is primarily due to less than 30 percent of households in the Vanuatu islands having access to a power grid, but also references their devotion to tradition and strong community-based culture; fire pits can be areas of communing, gathering or worship. Where electricity is available, simple light bulbs are often crudely rigged to supply light in its most utilitarian form, without much concern to aesthetics. Another clever source of light is the use of old plastic bottles filled with water and small amounts of chemicals, that are cemented to the roofs of dimly lit buildings to supply surprisingly vivid illumination during daylight hours.

Outside of the culture itself, lighting styled of Vanuatu culture draws influence from the natural aspects of the area, such as bamboo structuring and themes of marine life and tropical living. Lighting such as this is most commonly constructed as lamps, however it can be demonstrated as sconces, chandeliers and bold outdoor lights.

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Elysian Fields Designed by Dan Funderburgh.


Elysian Fields Designed by Dan Funderburgh

Elysian Fields is a dense, intricate floral that utilizes carnivorous plants and bats instead of roses and robins. We love the irreverence of these unexpected elements within the classic stylings of the pattern work. Chose Antique Pink on Oatmeal for a soft traditional look or Licorice for some serious edge.

Flavor Paper produces wallpaper by hand screened and digital printing, sometimes both for special projects. All aspects of production are in-house, so we can maintain our exacting perfectionist standards. We use water based or eco-solvent inks to be as green as possible and only print on the finest materials. Flavor Paper quality is unsurpassed.


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Dan Funderburgh

Dan Funderburgh is a Brooklyn-based illustrator, artist, and wallpaper designer. Dan was born in Seattle and reared in the Midwest, receiving a BFA from the University of Kansas with a focus in illustration. After moving to New York in 2001, Dan established a partnership with the now Brooklyn-based wallpaper studio Flavor Paper, where his designs are hand screen printed.
The wallpapers have been featured at the Museum of Art & Design and are a part of the permanent collections of the Cooper-Hewitt and Brooklyn Museum. He currently lives and works in Brooklyn.

Dan’s illustrations and patterns can be found in the permanent collection of the Brooklyn Museum, on Gravis bags and footwear, and now on watches and apparel from his recent collaboration with Nixon for their 2014 Holiday season. His designs are even hand screen printed by Brooklyn wallpaper studio Flavor Paper. He has clearly found his niche in the city that never sleeps, but what catches the eye of such a detail orientated artist? Funderburgh shares with us seven favorite Brooklyn spots.


OAK- Flooring


Grand Oak Balinese takes its inspiration from the rich and diverse culture of Polynesia and the traditional Bali sculptures throughout this beautiful and happy place. Balinese Oak features sunburnt orange and warm brown tones. The rustic colours complement dark leather Balinese furniture and light walls. Balinese Oak undergoes a special smoked process to enhance its colour, depth and natural Balinese inspired characteristics and also provides maximum durability and long-lasting use around the home.

The authentic look and feel of Grand Oak Balinese, is further enhanced by brushing the surface, in order to accentuate its natural oak grain structure. This is all done by our timber hand-crafting artists who use age-old hand tools on every individual engineered board.

Grand Oak consists of two timber layers, a hardy hand scraped European Oak timber top and a stabilizing multiple core timber base. All our oak floors are pre-finished with a tongue and groove on the ends and sides for easy installation.

Oak products come in short and long timber boards to create variety and excitement in your Grand Oak engineered floor. Some boards are clean and others feature small and large knots and grained patterns, this natural variation that provides a unique look and feel in your home. Colour will vary. Engineered boards will vary across every floor. It is this dissimilarity that gives timber its natural beauty and appeal.


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Spatial Flooring for a Dinning room


Stone Flooring for a Dinning room

The sophisticated grey-brown tones of Pietra Bronzea limestone include striking bronze metallic inclusions. The nature of the product has made it the stone of choice for leading architects and designers.
Natural stone has been an all-time favourite for flooring and other applications. There have been several innovations in tile design but new technology has not been able to take away the charm and glory of natural stone flooring.
When you combine the enormous range of colours and textures of stone with the many different cuts and edge treatments available, you have an almost unlimited number of designer options to choose from. You can then choose whether or not you want a natural, semi-gloss or gloss surface treatment. Every stone floor is a unique work of craftsmanship.
In warm and hot climates, nothing is better than stone. If you experience cooler winters in your area, it gives you the opportunity to add area rugs during the cooler months, for a seasonal decorator change. If you prefer, you can even install a heated floor for warmth on even the coldest nights.
Unlike carpet floors, which often hide allergens that can be difficult or impossible to remove, stone floors can be easily vacuum cleaned or washed. This makes them a hygienic choice.
Yes, your initial investment in a stone floor is likely to be more expensive than most of the alternatives. However, when it comes to value for money, you will discover that there are many advantages to stone floors. They will last a lifetime and add tremendous value to your home should you decide to sell. In the long run, stone flooring is one of the most cost effective investments you can make in your home.

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Polardur Brushed:

An anthracite/grey quartz-limestone with 40% quartz and 60% limestone, Polardur is highly resistant and durable with a beautiful homogeneity in color (sprinkled with occasional very art-like white quartz-veining).

Price: If it was just a small project/ order (say for just one living room), we would probably price the Pietra Bronzea (brushed or honed finish) tiles at $130+GST per squ. metre and 20mm thick honed slab at $320+GST per sqm. (slabs vary in size, current ones are 2750x1500mm).

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Artedomus is Australia’s leading supplier of unique, high quality stone, tiles, architectural surfaces, bathware and furniture for commercial and residential architectural projects. 
Founded in 1985 as Domus Ceramics, the company was built to import exclusive Italian floor and wall finishes to Australia with a focus on sourcing unique products that have a simple and natural intrinsic beauty; shunning short-term fashions and trends. With this philosophy and resulting outstanding product offering, Domus soon became a source of reference and inspiration for leading architects and designers.


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