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More about Indigo Home
Brian Erasmus (top) studied Graphic Design from 1982 to 1985,
followed by many years as Scenic Artist at Cape Performaing Arts,
creating backdrops, stage and artistic effects for many ballets,
opera's and plays.
In 1990, he decided to start his own small business and since
then has painted murals and artistic effects for many businesses,
including Genadendal, The President's Official Home, where he
created a marvelous oak woodgraining effect on furniture.
Since 1992, Brian has lived in Darling, and has based his studio
there and called it Indigo Home, from where he travels around the
Western Cape and sometimes further, bringing his creative touch to
many business's and homes.
His love for wood has also inspired him to the design of rustic
wooden furniture, which blend in with their natural environment and
are perfect as veld, bush and garden benches.
|Welcome to Indigo Home,
Our high quality professional designs and murals for furniture,
walls, floors, ceilings, doorframes and ceilings will make your
dreams of a beautiful ambient home, business or garden, come true.
This mural of hanging vines with delicate tendrils creeping
down the wall, (right) was painted in the dining-room of
The owners were delighted with the ambient atmosphere Indigo Home
created for their restaurant.
The St. Georges Mall curioshop, Pezulu wanted us to design
ethnic, african ambient and longlasting floors and we created this
visually stunning Sotho and Ndebele design below.
Easy Street Restaurant wanted to create a European styled feeling
with cobbled streets and extending the illusion of space.
This nine meter long mural was painted onto a damp create stone
wall, in layers and built up in colour giving it this astonishing
ancient fresco texture.
Please click on the Easy Street Restaurant mural for an
enlargement of the photograph below to see more details.