Just a year old, Ulloo 42 is the 360 lifestyle brand you need to know. Artist Suzanne Currie and entrepreneur Lise Abraham have started an upcycling brand with the high – end client in mind.
The combined vision of these two women has led to a high design-driven, comfortable and covetable brand that can refresh the feel and look of your home and give it a zing of originality. With Ulloo 42, luxury has taken a new turn, forget the stuffy interior design of the past, Ulloo 42 is the most exciting place to go for any of your decoration needs.
Currie and Abraham both believe furniture should be a talking point and hope their products will be something to be treasured by generations.
Redecorating your house no longer has to be a drab affair, but can be something that is quick, colorful and fun! The Ulloo 42 collection is guaranteed to put a smile on your face, as it has on ours.
The name of Ulloo 42 reflects the brand’s far-reaching inspiration. The word Ulo in Igbo, a Nigerian language, means home. The number 42 comes from the answer to the most important question in the universe, according to the Douglas Adams novel, The Hitchhiker’s guide’s to the galaxy.
While Currie is in charge of the art direction, Abraham runs the business side of things. Both Currie and Abraham are visionaries inspired by their travels around the world, a keen sense of adventure and eye for beauty.
A love for the planet helped inspire Ulloo 42 – both Currie and Abraham saw the waste that is created around the world by the design industry and wanted to do things a little differently.
Ulloo 42 uses unique techniques and original art, to upcycle the furniture, pillows, coasters, table mats, keychains and more. Sofas, tables, lamps and chaises among other types of furniture, are renovated and transformed into one – of – a – kind art pieces that will work perfectly in your home.
Around a decade ago, Currie began experimenting with collage art, and it is this format she uses for Ulloo 42. You will see her original collage on many of the fabrics, furniture, wallpaper, and accessories. In the last ten years, she has created hundreds of original pieces, and still utilizes the collage method to its full artistic potential.