Decorator Delights at Grand Ideas

What happens when dreams and passion unite? For baby-boomers Paul and Christine Norris, this happy union led to the creation of their business – Grand Ideas Salvage Emporium. The idea was born after Paul and Christine had retired, and their business showcases ‘one of a kind’ pieces that have been recycled or repurposed.

Drawing on their experience in the building and art fields, Paul and Christine expertly source items with a point of difference.
Visitors to Grand Ideas will find an eclectic array of repurposed items, industrial antiques, lead-lighting, retro and vintage homewares and toys, recycled building materials, garden installations and wall art.

Their imaginative creations transform all manner of things – and it seems there’s nothing they can’t repurpose.
Their creativity has brought new life to things like an outboard fuel tank, which they turned into a retro coffee table.
If you are looking for a special piece for the home or garden, something that is uniquely different, you will find it at Grand Ideas Salvage Emporium.

Undoubtedly, there will be something to give your project that added flair.
Be sure to visit regularly as stock changes rapidly and there will always be something new and different to admire.

Grand Ideas, 40 Holland Street, Northgate.
10am – 4pm Wed – Fri, 10am – 3pm Sat – Sun.
Visit www.grandideas.com.au