Sails tactics: Yellow Earth Emporium

  • Walls and ceilings

    Custom wool wall-cladding panels by client.
  • Flooring

    Herringbone engineered brushed oak and engineered oak in ‘Midnight Black’ from Havwoods.
  • Lighting

    Custom suspended felt lights by Laeta Loca Art and Design. All other lighting from Ambience.
  • Furniture

    Custom joinery made from plywood, brass, steel and reclaimed Tasmanian oak.
  • Other

    Rope shopfront made from Novabraid Nova Lite HP rope, with rigging by McDonald Marine Industrial.

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