The Victorian-era home of acclaimed singer-songwriter and actor Troye Sivan has gone through several transformations, much like its owner. Once Melbourne's leading handball court, it initially hosted intercolonial handball competitions in the late 1800s. Its Victorian industrial structure was once a brick factory and a 1950s hotel before being revitalised by celebrated Australian architect John Mockridge, who bought the site in 1970.
Maker&Son find ourselves at the beginning of a beautiful 2020, with Vogue magazine calling us 'Britain's Comfiest Couches'. Here are some great reasons why we will continue to make things that are incredibly comfortable and well-made, built from and upholstered with natural materials.
Linen is much more than just a beautiful face. At Maker&Son, our 100% Linens are a wonderfully resilient yet exceptionally soft fabric, available in a wide range of enchanting colours from the richest of teal to the lightest of blue and the most biscuity of neutrals as well. The best news is that our loose covers in 100% Linen are completely safe and ready for home washing, which makes them pre-destined for the delights and rigours of busy life.