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Duff, Fiona
February 2005
Australian House & Garden;Feb2005, Issue 2, p27
This article presents information regarding latest design and trends in table styling. One should set the table to suit one's mood with this stylish range of plates, bowls and cups from Wooltara Australia. The Sands range of fabrics, wallpaper and homewares is the latest collection from Sydney-based design company Afficionados of the Nod. The bold patterns featured in the range are reminiscent of the fun and colour of the 1950's.


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