For a couple of years now Twiggy has been making objects for and loaning paraphernalia to the lovely Georgie Kay from events company Georgeous. She styles and organises to perfection a wide variety of beautiful occasions ranging from marquees in the Bird Cage at The Racing Spring Carnival, Magnolia Square, birthdays, weddings (such as the stunning one below at 45 Downstairs) and the recent truly amazing Jindi Cheese Old Telegraph Road launch lunch. Note to self: Must get myself on the list for Cheese Launch Lunches as thats my idea of heaven!!

Georgie’s florist of choice is Cecilia Fox owned and run by Melanie Stapleton, Mel has been a florist for 16 years and she creates some truly amazing work. She worked on all the floral pieces in the images below and took some great photos.

Amy Moss from Eat Drink Chic also borrowed a Greg Hatton table through Georgeous for her engagement/wedding surprise party which she organised and styled herself. Looks like it was a great wedding and Amy looked so cute in her Mums vintage wedding dress.

Please check out the photos below. All taken by Sarah Wood Photography except the ‘Hipstamatic Ap’ ones which were taken my Mel Stapelton and the Eat Drink Chic photos by Jonathan Ong

Wedding at 45 Downstairs Flinders Lane produced by Georgeous. Green metal chairs hired from Greg Hatton. Photographer Sarah Wood

Wedding by Georgeous. Flowers Cecilia Fox. Chairs Greg Hatton. Photographer Sarah Wood.

Everyone having wedding type fun!

Hey they're our chairs!

The divine Cecilia Fox flowers at the Georgeous 45 Downstairs wedding

Amy Moss from Eat Drink Chic's Engagement/Wedding Suprise. Greg Hatton Table loaned through Georgeous

Amy Moss styled and organised her own wedding - simple and beautiful. Photos from Eat Drink Chic.

Wish I'd got an invite to this wedding - it looks so lovely!

Jindi Old Telegraph Road Cheese Launch Lunch organised and styled by Georgeous - what an amazing location.

Jindi Cheese Launch Lunch with Greg Hatton smooth sticky balls and holey cheese wedges. Photographer Sarah Wood.

Jindi Cheese Launch Lunch. Cheese press loaned by Greg Hatton. Floral styling Melanie Stapleton from Cecilia Fox. Photographer Sarah Wood.

Greg Hatton willow cheese wedge at the Jindi Cheese Launch. Photography Mel Stapleton.

Centrifugel spinning contraption loaned by Greg Hatton to Georgeous for Jindi Cheese Lauch. Photography Mel Stapleton.

Twiggy made this hardwood double pallet bed last week (I was Super Sanding Sanderson!) held aloft on monster blue casters. Made for a client in Sydney. I told Twiggy I wanted it but he wouldnt give it too me – he’s soooo mean!! Cushions from Douglas and Hope All styling and photography Mr. Hatton.

In the past couple of weeks we’ve received lots of lovely blog love from across the world – thank you everybody!:

Australia: LMNOP

New Zealand: Batch No. Designs

Canada: Poppytalk

United Kingdom: Emma Bradshaw

Sweden: Desajn


United States: Seymour Cornelius

For those of you that don’t know yet – Greg has bought a crazy property in the country! We’ve moved out of the workshop in St. Kilda and set up a new one at the Butter factory Newstead. We’ll still be doing lots of work in Melbourne and on the Peninsula so we’ve not turned into total country bumkins just yet!! Here’s a little bit of information about the site and surrounds.

Built in 1904 in the Goldrush township of Newstead, 20ks from Castlemaine and 30ks from Daylesford the Butter factory operated as a successful dairy until 1975. In the early 80’s it became a candle factory and manufacturing continued on the site until 2009. Having been added to over the years the building in its current state now occupies roughly 650 square metres on 3000 sq metres of land.

Greg Hatton took possession of the site in January 2010. Since then some major cleaning has taken place as it was left in quite a dilapidated state.  Removal of wax from all the floors has revealed the original hexagonal terracotta tiles in parts of the space. Many litres of paint stripper have been used on painted out windows and on cream coloured wall tiles. Also layers of dirt have been scrubbed from all the interior walls.

The site has quite significant heritage value and as such we intend to treat it with the respect it deserves as we consider all the many possibilities for its future use. Currently part of the site is being used as the new Greg Hatton workshop and we intend to exhibit furniture and other pieces in one of the other spaces.

We believe it has fantastic potential to be a great location for film and photo shoots. With onsite accommodation available in the functioning second floor apartment and the pub a minutes walk from the front door! Only an hour and a half drive from Melbourne and close to many significant Country Victoria locations the township of Newstead boasts a butcher shop, general store, bakery, café, outdoor pool, 2 pubs and its own newspaper!

Please contact us if you’d like to visit our new second home!

BF Front of buildingBF Entry tilesBF Mainroom & Sail LightBF Mainroom from mezzanineBF Mainroom from windowBF Looking into second roomBF Table Tennis & ChairsBF Stairs mainroomBF Stair detailBF CaravanBF Stairs to apartmentButter Factory Pub

Cubby House on HillCubby House left side treesCubby House front viewCubby House Angle shotCubby House right side treesCubby House shutters closedCubby House shutters openCubby house table front viewCubby House table shutters openCubby House Chair

Teepee Mag Clip

Big Store StoolBig Store ChairBig Store Bike

Loaned to the Big by Fiona store’s in Hawksburn and Chadstone – a stool, a chair and a bike. Styled by Daniel Frigo.

Cubby House2Cubby House Inside This is a cubby house we were commissioned to make for 2 very lucky little girls this last Christmas. Its inside the shed because we were hiding it til the big day! Don’t you just wanna to move in?!
Cubby House Window
Cubby house


We have recently become the Australian agents for a jeweller from the UK named Sarah Sheridan.

She has had a very successful design practice in Brighton since 1995.  Currently she is making just one very unique item called ‘Priceless’.  This is a blank hallmarked silver price tag on polished cotton presented in post-able packaging with a space left for senders to tell the recipient that they’re ‘priceless’.

We think it’s a great product and can’t wait to spread the word.

Please contact us if you’re interested in stocking Priceless.