about

Rebekah and Timothy Cichero

Rebekah and Timothy Cichero and our Chico baby.

Background…

One Small Room was established in 2003 by stylist and creative multi-tasker Rebekah Cichero. After living in London for 8 years, studying Interior Design, travelling and working on design magazines including Elle Decoration and Living etc, Rebekah came to live in Adelaide with partner Timothy Cichero.  Seeing a gap in the Adelaide design market Rebekah set up One Small Room in the suburb of Croydon offering a curated mix of up cycled design furniture, vintage, mid century modern, alongside designer maker pieces and homewares  in an ever changing installation – from a rug on the floor to art on the wall.  OSR has been instrumental in creating the iconic Queen St shopping strip, SALA on Queen St Street Party, and the Feast Festival on Queen St.

OSR grew from one small room and expanded into three small rooms creating a unique concept store for the design oriented who crave pieces away from the mainstream.  

The business evolved offering styling and event co-ordination, along with an interior design service with architecturally trained Timothy joining forces wtih Rebekah in 2008.  They have worked on both residential and commercial design projects as well as event styling.

Over the years, Rebekah and Timothy created a textile business, established Bowerbird Bazaar (Adelaide’s first Design Market), curated art exhibitions, art classes, styled for interior design magazines, promotional and advertising campaigns, film industry events and the occasional engagement party and wedding as well as trend forecasting for local media.

Celebrating 14 years in 2017, OSR is heading in a new direction. Rebekah and Timothy are known for liking a change and after a year of living in the UK they’ve returned and joined forces with the Huttons and launched Pumpt – Indoor BMX, MTB, Skate & Scooter Park – www.pumpt.com.au.  What else is next for OSR?  Watch this space. 

OSR Timeline

2017 Changes afoot for the OSR crew.  

2017 Rebekah and Timothy design the layout and interiors for Pumpt Indoor Ride Park including an inhouse cafe (Boneshaker) and Timothy launches an exciting new venture with Gavin Hutton – Pumpt opens March 18th. 

2016 ‘A Quiet Conversation’ exhibition – Cassie Thring. and Down We Pop from Tanunda. Cichero’s farewell Chico baby – OSR’s much loved labrador.

2016 Cichero’s return to South Australia brimming with exciting ideas from our European adventures, and another two containers full of furniture!

2015 Cichero’s move to the UK to continue sourcing for OSR.  OSR sets up a mini Up We Pop version of the Croydon store within Alabaster in Tananda. Another container from the UK.

2014 New website is launched. Sourcing trip – second 40ft container arrives

2014 ‘Makers’ Spaces’ exhibition – Georgia Cheesman

2014 OSR Industry Hall is open to the public, clients, trade by appointment

2014 OSR Industry Hall opens. Sourcing trip – 40ft container arriving at OSR

2012 OSR Works range of furniture is designed

2012 ‘Luxury Room’ exhibition – Jacob Logos, Charmaine Hearder

2011 ‘Form Collective’ exhibition – Georgia Cheesman, Amanda Dziedzic, Lex Stobie, Tamara Hahn

2010 ‘Spaces Within’ exhibition – Georgia Cheesman, Amanda Dziedzic, Christine Cholewa, Tamara H

2009 SALA exhibition – Cassie Thring, Tamara Hahn, Bridgette Minuzzo, Susan Frost

2009 Rebekah sets up Adelaide’s first design market, Bowerbird Bazaar

2008 ‘Inkling’, exhibition – Naomi Murrell

2008 ‘Wicker, Wood, Wax’ exhibition – Wax Design, SA Basket Weavers

2008 ‘Remains of the Day’ exhibition – Bridgette Minuzzo

2007 Timothy joins OSR as Buidling Designer

2007 OSR takes on interior design projects

2006 ‘Circle Work’ exhibition – Marie Littlewood, Maria Parmenter

2006 Sproutdesign Textile range is launched

2003 One Small Room opens it’s doors in Croydon brining a new concept in a small space to Adelaide. Rebekah continues to style for interior magazines