'Absolutely fabulous darling'

2016-01-05 06:00
Nicole Lewis mad about the Union Jack. Photo: kalisha naicker

Nicole Lewis mad about the Union Jack. Photo: kalisha naicker

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NICOLE Lewis, known for all her quirky "union jack' stuff, and known to many as the 'mad hatter of Hillcrest' is now stirring up a storm by putting her trade mark on furniture with the union jack.

Speaking to the Fever Lewis said, “I took a break for a year, and went and worked for 'Second Treasures' doing paint techniques and running the show, but soon got bored. I got itchy feet, couldn't put the paint brush down, and wanted to do things a little more way out and different,” she said.

“I will be putting my trade mark on furniture with the union jack, and many other amazing pieces, based at my home.”

Lewis describes her products as unique and collectible. She says that she runs the manufacture process from start to finish.
It is with her hard work, determination and love for culture that she is able to create masterpieces.
“I also try to give as much back to the community and charity drives. In every sale I make there is a percentage that goes back to the less fortunate,” said Lewis.
The inspirational go-getter said she always endeavors to be different and creative. “I want to keep the mix of culture alive in my community,” she said.

Lewis invites the community to pop in and take a look at the awesome furniture she has done which is up for sale. She also has small collectibles which she created when she had her shop "beez neez'.

Lewis takes pride in what she does and gives one rock bottom prices that anyone can afford.

“Just look out for that union jack car and contact me,” she said.

‘Absolutely fabulous Darling’ can be found on Facebook or whats app her with a piece of furniture and she will give you a quote.

For more information contact Nicole on 071 546 3119.

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