Eliska Design is proud to be a part of a fantastic fund-raising appeal for a very worthy cause, the More Smiles Appeal for St. Mary’s Hospital. The vision of the More Smiles Appeal is a world class intensive care unit able to treat every critically ill child that needs it. Every year around 400 patients … Continue reading
We are proud to announce that we are on The List on the House & Garden website. The List launches on 29th January 2016 and is an indispensible online directory for anyone wanting work done to their home, from a single pair of curtains to a whole house project. The list will feature 1000 UK … Continue reading
We are pleased to announce that the Eliska Design Sale is now on. Ex-display items have been reduced to make way for new arrivals in store. Please check our Sale page on the website or contact us for further details (items are sold as seen).
Eliska is delighted to be a patron of the Lines of Beauty Exhibition at The Foundling Museum, running from 4th June to 6th September 2015. The exhibition will explore the history of decorative plasterwork from the Rococo splendour of the Foundling Hospital Court Room to contemporary designs. Lines of Beauty investigates the 400 year old … Continue reading
Eliska is excited to announce that from September 2014 her interior design and high-end furnishing and accessories boutique is expanding to include a fully professional architectural offering. Hannah Darby, RIBA & ARB Chartered Architect will be joining the studio bringing architectural design and project management expertise. Together, Eliska and Hannah will collaborate to provide an … Continue reading
Taking advantage of the beautiful weather, we retreated from the smog of the city to the stunning Derbyshire dales with a visit to breathtaking Chatsworth House. Chatsworth House is a stately home in the county of Derbyshire in the East Midlands region of England. It is the seat of the Duke of Devonshire, and has been home to his … Continue reading
They say that a change is as good as a break, so we have taken the transition into August as an opportunity to give the shop a new look. Featuring box-framed photographs by Hiroyuki Arakawa, mother-of-pearl dishes adorned with silver crabs, dragons and other friends, bespoke linen and cashmere, and most importantly – all the … Continue reading
The most famous art event in the world, and this year in it’s 55th edition. Here are some highlights from the Venice Biennale 2013 … Korea… Artist Kimsooja’s ‘To Breathe: Bottari’ has transformed the Korean Pavilion, designed by Seok Chul Kim and Franco Mancuso, into a site of “transcendental experience”. Making use of the building’s metal … Continue reading