August is Women’s month, so in celebration, Sonae Arauco is showcasing 4 incredible female designers.
South African designers are becoming trailblazers in the décor industry. These talented women are pushing the boundaries of design, making our spaces more beautiful and functional.
Read below about and make them your next choice when redesigning your kitchen, bedroom or home space.
Josie Hardy – Banc Handcrafted
Take a look at Josie Hardy‘s furniture design, she is an up and coming furniture designer from Durban. Showcasing her collection of furniture, small coasters, wall hooks and sofas. Click here to find out more about Josie Hardy and see some of her works. https://www.sahomeowner.co.za/we-meet-josie-hardy/
Natalie de Toit – Indigi Design
Founded by Natalie de Toit, a Cape Town Interior Designer, Indigi manufactures a range of locally printed fabrics, furniture, lighting and accessories and an emphasis is placed on innovative design, carefully selected materials and local hand-crafting techniques. Click here to find out more: https://indigidesigns.com/
Kara Schoeman – Kara Artistics
Kara Schoeman teamed up with her father to create functional aluminium art. Their company uses recycled aluminium and found wood to make the consumer aware of the importance of environmental care. Her most celebrated project is one that is currently exhibited at the Absa Gallery in Johannesburg called The Ubuntu. Click here to view more: https://www.karaartistics.com
Lesego Maloka – Pone Creatives
A self-taught textile designer who uses African stories, patterns, and sounds in her work. She is currently the creative director of Pone Creatives, where she focuses on home furnishing, fabrics and gifting. View her work here and support local talent by shopping online here: https://www.ponecreatives.com/
We hope you enjoyed our list of female inspirational designers. Keep following our page for the latest trends and inspirational ideas to take your home design further.
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