Best of Home Makers Expo 2011

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eDécor visited the Home Makers Expo 2011 in Cape Town at the CTICC.

We were pleasantly surprised by the quality of some of this years exhibitors. Here is the best of the Home Makers Expo 2011. Enjoy!

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Art at Work

Art at Work is a self funded Black Economic Empowerment initiative designed to assist indigenous women of Africa to create a self sustained income to support themselves and their families.

Inspired by a new born child, evolved because of a Xhosa single mother;  Team Art At Work© create beautiful eclectic products for your body, soul & home.


TW Ceramics

TW Ceramics undertakes to create an exclusive range of functional ceramic art for the discerning individual. Made of durable high fired stoneware, this wide range of ceramics is both microwave and dishwasher proof. Earthy textured surfaces and a unique neutral wash combine nature with style, insuring these ceramics will compliment any interior.

The artist, Theresa Wormser, lives and works in the rural coastal village of Kommetjie, near Cape Point. She draws her inspiration from nature, and her work reflects the shapes, textures and patterns of the environment along this unspoiled Atlantic coast line where she was raised.


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Clever Little Monkey

Clever Little Monkey is all about clever children's furniture design and using safe materials that will satisfy your kids bedroom and lifestyle requirements.

We are parents too and we understand your needs and that's why we have dedicated our design work to creating what you can't find anywhere else: commitment, care, good design and safety.


Maradadhi Textiles

Maradadhi Textiles is run by Lotia Kite. Lotia supplies and designs beautiful contemporary textiles.


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Bbellamy & Bbellamy

Bblellamy & Bbellamy supplies weeds, English fabrics, cotton velvets, crewel Work, studio fabrics by Vheke Kruger and Ian Mankin linen tickings.


The African Queen Studio

The African Queen Studio is a small, very creative business, based in McGregor, a rural village in the Western Cape of South Africa.

The studio specializes in creating unique high-end quality handmade products, in particular chandeliers, using natural materials, and embellished with beads, crystals and other interesting pieces.


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Alpaca Felt

Novello is home to a small herd of gentle Huacaya Alpacas in Montagu, Western Cape

Since ancient times, the South American Andes Mountains have been the ancestral home to the prized alpaca. Together with their close relatives, the llamas, alpacas provided clothing, food, transport and fuel. Their fine fleece was cherished by members of the Incan civilization (referred to as "The Fibre of the Gods"), and was reserved for Incan royalty