In a new collection of fabric and wallpapers, titled Celeste, Australian Interior Stylist Tim Neve moves away from his typically coastal aesthetic to explore a new realm altogether.

Instead by looking to the night sky and beyond, the range was trend forecasted by Tim as a natural
interiors progression from our recent love of all things marble - and the strong veined, organic patterns it creates in nature.

The inky backgrounds of each design were physically created by Tim himself pouring pure pigments of
paint across round canvases to create the
free-flowing patterns.

On-trend geometric forms also emerge, appearing as though the stars in the sky are spelling out the rhythmic line-work. Geological elements like agate and aggregates, as if sampled from other planets, are explored in strong photographic and vector-based designs.



Taking inspiration from what he knows best, Tim’s debut fabric and wallpaper collection features nine different coastal-inspired patterns across cover twenty colour ways.

From the on-trend geometric motifs of ‘Alpha Delta’ to the watercolour hues of ‘Mermania,’ Tim's debut cushion designs mix traditional hand drawing with vintage illustrations and computer-generated patterns. Inspiration came from Tim's favourite styling props: sea-worn ropes and nets, vintage maps, and nautical signal flags.

Available in a range of sizes, with fabrics for indoor or outdoor use, from tactile linen to luxury velvet.

Mixing serene nautical blues, deep indigos, watery aquas and sizzling sunshine tones, the range’s release is perfect timing as we go into Spring/Summer in Australia.



Inspired by the quality of Moroccan tiles, Tim's patterns have been transfered to a range of handmade Encaustic Tiles.

Following a timeless process, made of pressed cement, the pieces have a lovely chalky, matt patina with patches of imperfections a part of their charm.

In both on-trend square and hexagon formats, the designs can be laid for both wall or floor use, indoor or out, to create a statement patch.

Catchy titles like 'Parasols' and 'Mermania' indicate the personality in each motif.

Tim says "These timely designs are perfect to make a statement in a bathroom or kitchen."