Heading into Spring, we've selected 5 accessories that we think you'll love and will give your space a fresh, seasonal update as we countdown to the warmer weather. Incorporating unique patterns and textures from around the globe, these timeless pieces will brighten your space and complement your exisiting interior.
Flowers can instantly transform a room, but they also require a lot of time and maintenance to keep them looking wonderful. Frey has a curated collection of faux flowers and we select only the best examples for our range.
As one of the world’s most culturally, religiously and historically significant destinations, India is larger than life with a population that exceeds one billion and floods your senses with awe-inspiring destinations and ancient customs. Here, we take a snapshot of Mirvana, the organic oasis that lies within the Thar Desert.
Journey to Jordan - we take you on an adventure to one of the world's greatest travel destinations. With more people starting to explore the middle east, this tiny, intriguing country's popularity is beginning to soar. With a sea to float in, desert camping, archaeological sites to discover and delicious food, it's easy to see why.
Here at FREY we love tribal detailing within the interior design marketplace and are taking notice of how it is continually growing. With strong and distinct patterns and colour ways, it is being embraced by fashion, textile and design counterparts a like. Its strength has come with its move to be more contemporary in shape and form.
South Coast House is a product of Handelsmann + Khaw; Tania Handelsmann and Gillian Khaw who collaborate with their clients to develop elegant, unique environments. Here we see the use of textures and colour combinations with natural, earthy tones. There is a variation of materials in the beading, leather and patterns scattered around the beautiful home.
One of Frey’s favourite friends is Giovanna Aryafara, the talented photographer whose breathtaking imagery captures people in their natural environment and tells their story without words. Giovanna’s love of photography started 40 years ago but another, more recent passion of hers is the Omo Child Ethiopia Charity.