Cadrys is currently collaborating with Willie Weston, a brand that works in partnership with First Nation artists and art centres to develop textiles and wallpapers for commercial and residential interiors. Representing the diversity and uniqueness of contemporary Indigenous art practice, Willie Weston’s ambition is to support and celebrate the integration of Indigenous design into the built environment. Established by art curators, Jessica Booth and Laetitia Prunetti, Willie Weston exists to provide meaningful income for artists, and is built on a scalable licensing model which aims to provide artists with regular revenue streams outside their main art practice.
Working within the rich history of carpet making, our goal is to celebrate contemporary Indigenous art, and to translate the work of six incredibly talented artists from across remote Australia into the soft flooring medium. These artists are Jean Baptiste Apuatimi, April Jones, Elizabeth Kandabuma, Colleen Ngwarraye Morton, Rosie Ngwarraye Ross and Lee-Anne Williams.
Our range of area rugs brings together diverse fibres and manufacturing techniques to present one of the most unique and exciting selections of rugs on the Australian market. Perfect for all spaces across the commercial sector, Cadrys Contract area rugs are at home in lobbies, hotel foyers, restaurants, guest bedrooms, meeting rooms, and retail environments.
Our luxurious selection of handpicked wall-to-wall carpet is ideal for a breadth of environments including hospitality spaces, commercial offices, heritage projects, and retail or public spaces. Combining various weaves and patterns with diverse textures in both natural and synthetic fibres, the range truly contains something for everyone.