It’s only one week until The Herald Newcastle Home Show, where Tim Neve will feature a massive 18m2 stand at the entry to the event!
Find us at Stand #51/52 where TN has handpicked a collection of unique furniture pieces in his signature style.
There’s something for every room of the house, from beds to buffets, lighting, rugs and more.
What’s more, simply place an order during the event from Friday 25th July – Sunday 27th July to receive the special reduced Home Show prices on all items.
Check out the catalogue below to see all the pieces and pricing:
Tim is thrilled to be able to play with all these big furniture pieces, that simply wouldn’t fit in his usual tiny Pop-Up Store! See the full gallery on Pinterest.
He’ll also be hitting the centre stage each day of the event with interior tips and trend advice, as well as giving away back issues and subscriptions to Australian Coastal Home magazine each day.
Have we convinced you to come along yet? Hope to see you there…
TN recently packed up a selection of vintage wares from his colourful pop-up store and literally hit the road.
Timothy’s made its way from Neve’s hometown of Newcastle to the small country town of Mudgee, NSW.
The final destination was Trelawney Farm, a 25 acre former dairy farm property with a spacious 5-bedroom homestead that has been transformed extensively by Kathy Collins of boutique Sydney renovation company Urban Splash.
Situated on the doorstep of the town’s reputable wineries, the accommodation has gone onto win tourism awards and is featured in numerous design magazines nationally.
“The moment we arrived at Trelawney Farm we knew we were somewhere special,” Tim says “From the end of the winding driveway to the property you spy in the distance the all-white exterior of the building with a cheery red front door that greets you. Every angle of the farm is utterly picturesque”.
Along with photographer Johan Palsson they shot a series of evocative interiors at the farmhouse.
Mixes of rustic, industrial and folksy pieces were used in the setups, all from Tim’s store. Neve’s unique styling solutions emerged, in the form of tarnished trophies used as vessels to hold cascades of native blooms, piles of vintage suitcases with an appealing nostalgic vibe, and simple upcylcing ideas like a wooden stepladder used as a bedside table.
The photographic collaboration gives a glimpse of the duo’s aesthetic and what to expect from their next big project, the release of Tim’s first international book in 2015, a hardcover publication with Murdoch Books.
TN hard at work (above), and a delightful piano-top vignette at the farm (below)
Above: Flowers on standby at the shoot, and below:
old-fashioned signwriting & shopfronts in the town of Mudgee.
Above: vintage-filled desktop and below: rustic cabinet details.
Above: Tim enjoying the fresh country air!
Thank you to McGrath Estate Agents – we are so thrilled to have the Tim Neve Pop-Up Vintage Emporium on the cover of their fabulous magazine this week!
We think their weekly publication is the smartest marketing idea, but what else would you expect from real-estate guru John McGrath who you may have seen regularly as a judge on TV’s The Block.
Pick up a copy around Australia or read online:
Cover Photography: Johan Palsson
Ps. In fact, we’ve had so much media attention on the little shop lately we’ve started a new page on the TN website dedicated to sharing what’s been in the press.
Check it out: http://www.timneve.com/press.html
Don’t forget Mother’s Day is only just over a week away!
We’re bursting with goodies for her in the Tim Neve Online Store – with new stock listed live today too…
Select Products in the menu to see them all at http://store.timneve.com
Happy Shopping TNx
When we learnt that most ‘real’ shops are closed for a couple of days over the long-weekend, we thought it was only fair we threw open our virtual store doors so you could get your retail fix!
From now until midnight Easter Monday the Tim Neve online store is offering free shipping, australia-wide.
Simply insert the code ‘FREESHIPPING’ when requested at checkout to receieve the discount, saving you up to an additional $20 off your order.
Online, you’ll find a range of small to medium vintage wares and rustic gifts hand-picked by Tim available to purchase. Visit store.timneve.com
Happy Easter and Happy Shopping! TNx
Ps. There’s even more bigger goodies in our real store, Timothy’s Vintage Wares – which is trading Easter Saturday and Easter Monday 10-4pm (Closed Fri and Sun).
Check out our first photoshoot for the Newcastle pop-up store.
We are super proud of our rustic styling, each setup tells a story we recon…
There’s even now a catalogue that lists the pricing for each item featured, just like a proper shop!
But if you see something you like, be quick – most items are one-of-a-kind finds, of course.
Styling: Tim Neve
Photography: Johan Palsson
View the catalogue online:
We know some of you out-of-towners have been beside yourself that you can’t easily just pop-in to the Tim Neve pop-up store…
So we’ve made it easy for you by launching an online store which features around 50+ of our small to medium vintage wares, gift and decorator items. All are in stock now and ready to post Australia-wide!
So what are you waiting for? Start browsing at: store.timneve.com
“Stylist Tim Neve’s online store gives you the opportunity to purchase from his treasure trove of vintage props and rustic wares. Visit us in Newcastle, NSW at the Timothy’s Vintage Wares Pop-Up Emporium for a larger selection of similar items all hand-picked by Tim himself, including nautical, industrial, religious and old-school pieces”.
Some items are one-offs, so don’t miss out if you fall in love with something. Keep an eye on the site as we’ll be continually adding to it as unique wares come into the physical shop, too.
And most importantly, Happy Shopping! TN x
You’ve probably noticed we have plenty of exciting projects unfolding already at TN for 2014.
The latest news is we’re thrilled to announce that TN will be appearing at the Newcastle Home Show 2014.
This massive event over three days in July attracts over 12,000 visitors, presenting a range of home related products to this fast-growing region (and Tim’s hometown).
We can’t wait to meet you all – you’ll find us at stand 51-52 near the main hall entry. We’ll be taking the new Timothy’s Vintage Wares Pop-Up Emporium on the road so you can peruse and purchase goodies from us on the day.
Joining us is there will be a media partnership bewteen the Home Show and Coastal Home Magazine – giving you the chance to win a yearly subscription each day, and the first few hundred entries scoring the latest issue of the mag too!
As the Home Show wesbsite posted this week:
“PJ Promotions are proud to announce a media partnership with Australian Coastal Home Magazine – Look out for our full page ad in the June Issue of the magazine and while your at it why not consider advertising in this stylish magazine reaching a huge qualified audience in your target market. The spring issue of the magazine will feature editorial coverage of the event providing a perfect platform to promote your business in unison with your presence at The Newcastle Herald Home Show.”
Stay tuned for more news in the leadup to this great event, including how attending the Home Show puts you into the running to win a massive prize pack, including select furniture from Timothy’s…
We’ll be taking the new Timothy’s Vintage Wares Pop-Up Emporium (above) on the road so you can peruse and purchase goodies from us on the day.
Above: the first window display at night.
If you follow TN on instagram you’ll know we’ve been busy bees getting ready to unveil our latest exciting adventure, a pop up store full of vintage goodies in Newcastle, NSW.
Well, finally the time has come to ‘pop up’ and we’d love you to ‘pop in’ – we’ll start trading this weekend, March 14 on Sat-Sun from 10am-4pm.
That means I can now share with you what the colourful and eclectic space looks like… and to give you an idea of the idea behind it’s conception, the Media Release reads:
Situated in the suburb of Islington, by Tim’s account he is now one of about a dozen specialist second-hand dealers within a few blocks, creating a unique shopping precinct.
“Newcastle has definitely been bitten by the vintage bug,” he says “it’s hugely popular for everything from weddings to interiors – and this area is now a real destination for that style”.
Known for his interior design creations for national magazines and local businesses, Neve’s next big project is the release of his first international book in 2015, a hardcover publication with Murdoch Books.
Until then, the pop up shop gives a taste of his quirky aesthetic, mixing rustic, old-school, religious and nautical pieces all handpicked by Tim himself, and available to purchase. Some pieces even feature in the book itself.
”I wanted to create an old-fashioned, general store kind of feeling,” Neve explains “You’re greeted by a traditional shopfront with bright green doors, and enter over a classic black and white lino floor. The original pressed tin ceiling in the space is another highlight that dictated the style.”
Taking the formality a step further, Neve has used his full christian name on the building – Timothy’s – to suggest an era when good old fashioned service was offered by local businesses on every street corner.
The small space is filled from floor to ceiling, with enamel industrial pendant lights and educational charts depicting alphabets and farm animals in an appealing retro illustration style hung high.
Clusters of world globes mingle on book shelves alongside industrial tin letters, whilst first aid boxes and old bakers crates can be up-cycled into trendy storage solutions. Every item, although unique, is offered up in multiples – like a bucket of wooden shoe lasts from the 1930′s.
He has also sought out a selection of vintage-inspired homewares and gifts from Australian designers, including Alchemy Candles from Melbourne that hand-pour soy wax into scientific beakers for a distinctive look.
The shop itself is one of a collection in the well known building on the corner of Beaumont Street and Maitland Road that operated as Herbert’s Picture Theatre in the early half of last century. Tim found it amusing to discover the space he has transformed was once the Candy Bar, which would have offered popcorn through a servery in the back wall of the space.
It also seems a suitable setting, given Neve’s tertiary qualifications include a degree in set and costume design for theatre, from NIDA.
Above: check out the original picture-theatre ceilings in the main building!
Find us at:
Timothy’s Vintage Wares, Pop-Up Emporium
Cnr. Maitland Road and Beaumont Street, Islington NSW 2296