A timeless allure

This beautiful light-filled store in a Spanish Mission loft in Hawke’s Bay is an experience; a space of inspiration. From the subtle scents and lush greenery of the florist corner to the carefully chosen furniture and soft furnishings, Madisons is a bit like walking into a perfectly curated home.

Led by creative director Amber Wallace, the Madisons interior styling and design team has been steadily growing over the years. It now offers specialised services in interior and spatial design and styling for projects in Hawke’s Bay and beyond.

A natural extension to interiors saw the opening of a new, purpose-built studio meaning custom curtains, cushions, and textiles can be crafted in-house for a truly bespoke experience.

Madisons recently introduced a range of capsule collections; four curated packages of key furniture pieces, each designed to create perfectly cohesive interiors.

“The home is a sanctuary — to reflect your personality and tell a story; our capsules are aimed at creating the perfect base to then build upon,” Amber tells us.


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