Our very talented local Desmond Schuller has a project which has delighted & intriqued both locals and folks from afar.

The Tiny House movement is snowballing both nationally and internationally and Stroud NSW is a part of it. When Des has them on public display or out on the road he is literally mobbed by people wishing to take a look and quizz him on the details.

These delightful tiny versions of homes are completely handmade from recycled and new materials. Built with a trailer as the foundations, the finished home is then able to be registered and towed like a caravan. As you can imagine these take hours and hours to build.

Absolute attention to detail has ensured these tiny houses will delight all that enter them. Self contained with a miniature kitchen, bathroom and lounge area downstairs plus a mezanine loft overlooking the living area, what more could you ask for? Delightful details of note are the crystal chandelier, crystal feature handles, built in lux mirrors and decorative timber features.

Des can be found at 69 Cowper St, Stroud where he may just let you have a sneak peek inside one of his little treasure houses.

Flannel Flower Story

A much loved Australian wild flower, that is an icon for the Myall Lakes region. The Flannel Flower grows in natural fields of bushland and is easily identified for the brilliant  white textured petals, and the soft green and grey foliage.

Emerging in Spring the Flannel flower is absolutely stunning in full bloom with large fields of white covering the landscape. There is nothing more unforgettable than walking through the field of flowers.

The Flannel Flower represents close relationships, intimacy and healing. The Flannel flower is also the symbol used for Aboriginal mental health foundation as this represents resilience, beauty and the ability to adapt.

Painted with love, this is a stunning painting that is even more brilliant to see close up, just like the flower.