‘Eclectic, fresh and funky’ design to entice young clientele
NIKKI Wright, senior interior designer at Francois du Plessis Interiors, says the look and feel of the WEX One residential units and public areas will be “eclectic, fresh and funky” – indicative of the area and appealing to a younger clientele.
“We will allude to the Woodstock neighbourhood by using furniture and fittings from the designers, artists and crafts people of Woodstock Exchange, Woodstock Foundry and The Old Biscuit Mill,” he said.
The showroom will be fitted out with locally sourced soft furnishings, lighting and furniture, ranging from a wall-mounted bicycle rack to pendant lights.
A lounge with a television unit, a bench, an armchair, a couch, a rug – all local – as well as a compact kitchen and dining area for four people will showcase the look of the units.