The story so far...
Jane Chrumka is an Australian, born and raised in country New South Wales. Design, colour and nature have been very much a part of who she is since childhood but it is only in recent years that she has discovered how much these elements influence us all throughout our lives. She has always believed that when it comes to being creative, there aren’t any rules. “Colouring outside of the lines” is absolutely ok and in actual fact, necessary, to be able to explore the unknown.
In collaboration with Lapwing Designs, some very exciting collections have emerged.
BLOOMING; WALKABOUT and SEASONS are the first three ranges to unfold with the collections “Bottlebrush’, ‘Dreaming’ & ‘Mirrabooka Wattle’ being part of the WALKABOUT range and ‘Harmony’’ being part of the SEASONS range.
The influence behind the “BLOOMING” range was the very colourful and happy flower called the Gerbera (a member of the daisy & sunflower family). The design has a “messy circle” and this represents designing and thinking outside the boundaries.
The second range, WALKABOUT, relates to the natural elements of Jane’s homeland, Australia. The Bottlebrush bush is one of her favourite Australian native plants and the designs again are influenced by the individual elements - the leaf, the bud and the flower. ‘Dreaming’ relates to where your heart is and this could be different for everyone. A bespoke design to represent your dreams can be created. ‘Mirrabooka Wattle’ represents the Southern Cross Constellation and the Wattle flower – both depicting the beauty and uniqueness of Australia and the southern hemisphere.
Jane’s story will continue to unfold, with the flowering of more designs, so continue to watch this space.
“Elements are the details that make up a design”
Colour, texture, shape, lines & lighting are all important elements that bring a design alive.
Harmony Ridge Designs specialises in and loves all things design & colour.
ELEMENTS by HARMONY is a little something you can take with you.
Wishing you a colourful day and enjoy your little bit of Scotland.