At 6pm on Thursday evening, Curious Grace's showroom doors would typically be closed. Lights would be out, and everything would be quiet. But this Thursday, the showroom came to life as we threw open our doors for our first event of 2019!
Guests were treated to gift bags, which included handcrafted Roshi ceramics, exclusive offers, magazines and styling books, as well as French champagne and delicious nibbles supplied by Ed Dixon Food Design and The Fresh Collective.
Our newly launched range, Artisan held the limelight for the evening. These European, hand-finished pieces are highly customisable, and this event gave guests the opportunity to view the extensive range of fabrics, leathers, colour options and timbers available.
If you missed out on attending this time, don't worry, we'll let you know when our next event is around the corner! Keep scrolling to view the photo gallery from the Mosman event.
Guests arriving at Curious Grace's Mosman showroom for our VIP Shopping Event
Mosman catering provided by The Fresh Collective.
The Mosman showroom provided a lush backdrop for the event
Curious Grace Sales Consultant Maddie Pulver with guests
French champagne provided the perfect refreshments
Artichoke and truffle tarts from The Fresh Collective
Curious Grace Sales Consultant Talin Boghossian assisting guests with fabric selection
Guests admiring our Dwell Sofa in Maison Blush
Mezze platter from The Fresh Collective
Viewing Artisan's extensive range of timbers, fabrics and colour options.
Curious Grace National Manager Pierre Pulizzi demonstrating how to unfold Artisan's Tara Extendable Dining Table
The perfect end to a wonderful evening
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