Tuesday, 20 April 2010

Wedding House - Channel 4

Champagne Trays feature in Channel 4's latest wedding show where a top team of wedding planners, stylists and organisers will create each couples ideal ceremony. Wedding House is in the process of being filmed in Sundridge Park Manor, just 10 miles from London.

The idea behind the show is to take the hassle out of getting married by creating a one-stop wedding shop for couples looking to get married in exactly the way they want.

The producer called to say many of the weddings are filmed outside and they were finding loaded trays of champagne were toppling off their trays on windy days and they needed a solution.


Monday, 19 April 2010

Art News

A photograph of a Fiona Campbell Loop Leg Planter and an article about 'Studio D Presents' was featured in this months edition of Art News.

Tuesday, 13 April 2010


Completed today, a prototype of 'Stramash.'

Tony Mitchell, founder of Stramash Games Ltd., is currently launching the game.

Key features:

- Slide out lid with space for corporate logo
- 6 piece game for three to six players
- Baize lined
- Engraved box and pieces

Solid bubinga
Box size - 400 x 100 x 100 mm

Sunday, 11 April 2010

Gallery Opening

Alan Connell, Fiona Campbell, Nicolas Perring, Ray Todhunter, Patti Yuill, Catherine Cains, Robbie Reid and Louise Johnston

A successful opening for 'Studio D Presents' on Saturday night.
Paintings, furniture, photography and jewellery were exhibited in this collaborative exhibition in Dirleton Gallery.

Thursday, 1 April 2010


Photographer, Mathew Hay, took great shots of the Champagne Trays today. They will be used in the new website and promotional material.

Art Mag Feature


Studio D Presents

'Studio D Presents' opens today in Dirleton Gallery, East Lothian. Fiona Campbell Furniture is launching a range of Champagne Trays and exhibiting a range of oak mirrors, a flush top bench and a loop leg planter.

As an innovative way of celebrating her first year at Dirleton Gallery, Catherine Cains decided to put together a one-off exhibition of work from Studio D which includes painting, furniture, design, jewellery and installation art. Studio D houses a range of artists and cabinet makers working alonside each other in the Gilmerton Estate, East Lothian. The various elements will be accompanied by original music inspired by some of the works, composed and played by Louise Johnston and Ray Todhunter live at the preview.

Artists and cabinet makers include Fiona Campbell Furniture, Totum Woodworks, Patti Yuill, Chris Burgess, Robbie Ried Furniture, Grace Paul and Allan Connell.