Designer bedroom fundraiser 2014
Denise L'Estrange-Corbet "Pebbles"
Denise’s inspiration behind her design was to create something ‘fun’, so bright and bold fabric was an obvious choice for her Sealy Posturepedic bed cover. Far from safe, the outcome is an eccentric and eclectic polka-dot cover that perfectly captures the essence of WORLD.
“I am very honoured to be involved in the Sealy Posturepedic Designer Bed campaign – it is great to see that such a large company like Sealy is also kind and philanthropic in its thought.”
Juliette Hogan "Dalmation Silk Print"
Mixing an animal print with her love for monochrome, Juliette’s bed design provides a luxe revival of the print we all love.
“We all know someone affected by breast cancer in some way, so I feel passionate about giving back to the community and creating more awareness for so many women and their families throughout New Zealand”.
Elliot O'Donnell - Askew One
Looking closely, you can see the shell necklaces and hibiscuses Elliot has spray-painted for his geometric piece. In a time of extensive digital production, he pulls back his approach to ‘construct’ his art – focusing more on the props and accessories – in the initial photography stage.
“Not only do I support the New Zealand Breast Cancer Foundation, but this is a really interesting thing to approach design wise – I had never thought of applying my art to a bed design and I’m stoked to be involved.”
LeeAnn Yare "Carnival"
Inspired by her most recent bed linen range for Collected, LeeAnn often works with chevron, triangles and dots. She has a thing for simple yet bold graphic shapes and for her one-off piece she really wanted to turn up the volume.
“It is such a privilege to have been offered the opportunity to work with Sealy and alongside three other amazing designers. It is a chance to give something back to the community and to raise money and awareness for such a deserving charity.”