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ENJOY; ISSUE; INTERESTING PLACES; INTERIORS; JOYDAY; WALLISM:THE SEMIOTICS OF WALLS; STREET FINDS; SHIFT HOW WE SEE; FASHION; ART; COLOUR

21 April 2018

Keeping art fresh


The joy of tupa ware. 
The equal joy of slip cast porcelain.
And finally, the joy of art!


03 April 2018

The weight of creativity


Once it could said that Redfern Street in inner Sydney was always a little on the thin side 
for a place to take a coffee and have a chat with friends or locals. 

And then a shift occurred in the hood.

An explosion of cafes, restaurants, and wonderful new stores full of beautiful pre loved things appeared.

The cafe COFFEE, TEA & ME opened in 2011, helped changed the sense of the hood for the good, better, best.

The first inventive cafe furniture of Coffe,Tea and Me, was a delight. 
Interesting people taking theircoffees, sitting on the most charming pre loved, pre used objects that work very well _
An old wooden 
ironing board serves as a table for four, bicycle seats that have been placed on top of stools, kindergarten tables and chairs
all offer you a place to sit and watch 
the hustle and bustle of the street. 

Now one can find small tables made of old bathroom scales anchored securely to metal legs.
Yet another charming, witty 
simple idea. 
Coffee, Tea & Me 93B Redfern Street, Redfern Sydney.


e:www.coffeeteaandme.com.au  t:02 9008 7121