Here are images of CrushCube at work in the work place!
Cirkle, a lovely PR company, commissioned ten CrushCubes and two CrushCouches for their brain storming room!
The owner of the company wanted something original, colourful, comfortable and moveable! CrushCube has worked a treat – “The team simply love them and they have definitely contributed to us feeling more creative in our office environment.”
The Designers Guild fabrics are eye catching and certainly colourful and the zipped covers enable the client to restyle and maintain them.
What do you think? AreYOU brave enough to install a CrushCube or two in your space? Check out crush-cube.co.uk or facebook.com/crushandcubes to see the latest instalments.
I found myself today in a well known designer trade outlet store lusting after the amazing array of brightly coloured handbags – which one do I choose? I loved them all! How do I choose the ONE? So I held them up against myself in the mirror to see which ONE felt and looked right for me, just as you would with a CrushCube. Look at the style and colours in your space and choose ONE that feels right for you ‘cos once you’ve got that cube in your space you’ll smile every time you see it and use it – just like that fav handbag – beautiful and practical at the same time!
I am going to write about my product CrushCube – a handmade, original, boutique style, interior accessory which I hope you will deem positively viable and luxurious!
My name is Francesca and I design, create and produce CrushCube from home. It is versatile and beautiful. It has a zipped cover and is so lightweight it can be carried from room to room and still sturdy enough to sit on.
It can be a wild and colourful for the brave and adventurous. It can be made from using eco friendly fabric for sustainable development. Retro/vintage fabric can be used to create a seasonal look. The designs are endless! I love fashion and have based the colour palettes around seasonal trends on my website – crush-cube.co.uk – but my everyday use of fashion is fused with my own style to create an individual look which I have imparted on CrushCube.
I designed CrushCube originally as a requirement for home. As a mother of four grown boys I wanted extra seating without the clutter of extra furniture. I also wanted to add colour, texture and originality. A cover of some sort seemed the best option as this could be washed or replaced. A cube shape was easiest to design and develop – hence CrushCube!