dj designs produces limited and custom designs, furniture, artwork, re-purpose items and restorations. D.J. began design work in 2007 and successfully grew his business and his reputation for high-quality, one-of-a-kind, functional and attractive pieces.
In 2015, D.J. transitioned into full-time design work. “I basically do custom, one-of-a-kind designs for people,” explained D.J. His work is industrial, steam punk and rustic. He enjoys the creative challenge in adapting a vintage item and re-purposing it to make something that is new, attractive and different. With an ever growing portfolio of cool projects, D.J. excels at creating beautiful and functional pieces. His re-purposed projects include vintage car couches and Bluetooth capable retro radios.
dj designs has unique pieces available to customize a client’s space and D.J. is happy to come to your space and carry out design restorations that revitalize your home or business.
Meet D.J. Mostert
Meet D.J. Mostert
D.J. and his family moved to Williams Lake from South Africa. "My wife is a physician," explained D.J., "and we moved here for work." They knew they wanted to live in BC and also knew they didn't want to go too far north. They pointed a finger on a map and came to Williams Lake. "We don't regret it at all," said D.J., "we love the location and the community." D.J. also notes that Williams Lake is small enough you can really get to know the people that live there.
He likes to spend time with his family and to get outside and be active. "I like the outdoors, and that everything is five minutes away," said D.J. He enjoys mountain biking, how the surrounding landscape has such varied scenery and highly recommends the Alpine Fox Mountain trails and the South Lakeside as well.
D.J. always wanted to work for himself and opened dj designs in 2007. As an entrepreneur, D.J. enjoys being free to develop new products and create unique and beautiful things for his clients. His industrial, vintage works are functional and attractive. D.J. enjoys operating a business in Williams Lake and appreciates being able to "live, love, create."