New Mezzanine Scatter Cushions just arrived at the showroom.
Our love affair with velvet continues with these luxurious scatters. We used Warwick Plush Velvet in Brick, Mallard and Indigo. The colours pair well with copper, brass or marble to give an air of sophistication, so in trend this season. “Brick”, an updated and grown up version of pink. Mallard which provides a rich jewel hue and Indigo; combines the masculinity of colour with a softness in texture. Scatters are the perfect way to introduce velvet into your home without committing to large pieces.
Meet the latest addition to Mezzanine.
Pop into our showroom to have a look at new stock that has arrived.
Are you an Interior Design Student? Are you keen to gain work experience? Are you hard-working, a team-player, reliable and passionate about design? Get in touch!
Mezzanine is looking for a Student to work on a Saturday from
10 am - 2 pm.
Please send your CV to email@example.com with a cover letter motivating why you would fit in and be an asset to the Mezzanine Team.
Scatters with our signature chartreuse as well as variants of grey and blue make up our brand new range of summer scatters, which are in-store now.
Grey is an ever-favourite neutral at Mezzanine. It’s both a friendly and forgiving colour. Friendly; as it provides a foundation for any room and colour scheme, without being overt. And forgiving, when it comes to a “lived-in” space, where homes are shared with children and animals.
Here is an example of how Mezzanine incorporates grey into the showroom. Through the use of interesting shapes, textures and geometric patterns, Grey is brought to life.
Our ever popular Sullivan Side table range has been extended. A mint, seafoam and a deep cloud blue, staples of white and black as well as our standard blue, red, green, grey and chartreuse.
Please also note that if a custom colour would be preferred; a different price would apply.
Spring has sprung at the Mezzanine Showroom. Our garden is looking absolutely vibrant with life.
The lovely wisteria just outside of Lee-Ann’s office
The majestic plane tree in our front courtyard, showing off its vibrant green leaves.