Fret Look Book

Dating back thousands of years, Fret work has been one of the most widely spread, simplest and most natural decorative art forms. It was a favorite used for ceiling art in the tombs of Egypt during the 4th dynasty and later was combined with rosettes, scarabs, and lotus into patterns representing great richness.

Like David Hicks, the debonair British designer, who embodied luxury and glamour, whose name became synonymous with fret designs in the 1960's and 1970's; our own archival designs have been updated to reflect this elegant and glitzy design era.  It goes to show you good design really is timeless.

 David Hicks at his home. Photo by Victor Watts

David Hicks at his home. Photo by Victor Watts

 DAMAC Maison Luxury Hotel - Dubai 

DAMAC Maison Luxury Hotel - Dubai 

 Financial District Sheraton lobby - Miami, Florida 

Financial District Sheraton lobby - Miami, Florida 

 Royal Thai design no. NX-ZX01061-2

Royal Thai design no. NX-ZX01061-2

 David Hicks style Quadrille Upholstered Parsons Stool

David Hicks style Quadrille Upholstered Parsons Stool

 Royal Thai design no. NX-BX02677-20

Royal Thai design no. NX-BX02677-20

 Victorian Greek Key Pattern Enamel Gold Bangle

Victorian Greek Key Pattern Enamel Gold Bangle

 Royal Thai design no. NX-GX09244-3

Royal Thai design no. NX-GX09244-3

 Shangri-La Hotel pool - Paris, France 

Shangri-La Hotel pool - Paris, France 

 Greek Key Settee 

Greek Key Settee 

 1970's Console with Travertine Top

1970's Console with Travertine Top

 Milo Baughman Style Chrome Queen Size Headboard 

Milo Baughman Style Chrome Queen Size Headboard 

 David Hicks designed interior 1970's

David Hicks designed interior 1970's

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Royal Thai design no. NX-NH023467-2