Decorative Objects

By: Instudio  06-Dec-2011
Keywords: Mirror, Lamp Bases


  • Exclusively designed and manufactured in New Zealand by InStudio Ltd.
  • These products are unique and available now.
  • The mirrors and lamp bases are individually handcrafted and can be personalised to your specifications.
  • Trade enquiries welcome.


The frames include a 3 mm standard mirror glass.

All mirrors are finished with beeswax for protection and easy maintenance.

The Rome                     The Tui                                The Normady           The Nero                        The Orleans                 The Koru

The Provence

Seizes vary,  but  are typically around 1000 mm high and 600mm wide.

Finish, colour and type of gold and silver leaf can be personalised to client's request.

Prices start from $1200.00 for The Orleans and the Nero.

The Provence is a larger mirror: 1220 X 870 mm. price $1690.00

A choice of alternatives for the standard mirror glass is available; add the extra cost to the price.

These are the options :

Beveled Mirror Glass, extra cost $150.00

Antiqued mirror glass, extra cost $ 130.00

Hand leaved mirror glass, extra cost $ 160.00
Prices include GST , Pick up from Titirangi Auckland. Trade enquiries welcome.

Change of color , design and seize  is possible , we have a large range of design details, ornaments in stock.

For examples see our  portfolio  of work with all ready sold items.

lamp bases

The                                 The Sparta

These stunning large table lamps are impressive, made of solid timber, turned, carved, and painted. 

Seize and finish can be tailored to your needs.

Prices for the lamps pictured are $450.00 for a lamp base circa 440 mm high.

Price includes Gst and wiring. 

The information in this article was current at 02 Dec 2011

Keywords: Lamp Bases, Mirror

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InStudio’s Decorative Art & Design courses aim to develop the student’s creativity and artistic capabilitiesin an informal and safe environment.The classes are designed for all levels of competency with or without any previous experience.InStudio offers the following three courses. The Interior design summer school will be held at Lopdell House Titirangi.


Painting - Decorative Painting, Faux Finishes

This course run in tandem with the antique restoration course. One morning per week 9.30am and finish at 12.30 midday. Saturday morning Classes: Decorative Painting. Location: InStudio, 7 Tanekaha rd. InStudio, 7 Tanekaha Rd Titirangi.


Introduction to Interior Design

This is a wonderful opportunity to be tutored by international designer Leonie Mae Tucker and Johan van Westen from InStudio. Leonie Mae Tucker and I have worked together for more than 5 years at Unitec and on a number of local design projects. Lopdell house has excellent parking and is right in the heart of lovely Titirangi village with its shops and cafes.


Restoration - Furniture Restoration

This course will introduce the student to the following aspects of antique furniture restoration. To guarantee a place in the course, send payment to: InStudio, 7 Tanekaha Rd Titirangi. 0604 Waitakere Or via internetbanking. Structural and non structural repairs.


Restoration and Conservation

Johan has worked and studied this art for more than 30 years both in NZ and the Netherlands.Most of the qualified antique restorers in NZ spend their time rectifying mistakes and damage. Recently Johan restored part of the interior of a historic church in Parnell Auckland. Our workshop offers an excellent antique restoration and conservation service. Reduce cost by using our our on-site restoration and conservation service.


Interior Finishes

Almost all surfaces and objects are suitable for a decorative finish, plasterboard, concrete, timber, glass, etc, although some finishes are more appropriate than others for particular surfaces. Examples of InStudio’s decorative finishes can be viewed at Dunedin’s Southern Cross Casino, Queenstown’s Millennium Hotel, and in Auckland’s Metropolis Hotel, Sky City Casino and Vero Building.