In earlier centuries, the linen cupboard lay at the heart of the home, the quantity and condition of its contents a key marker...|
Continuing our design journey with Gertrude Jekyll – an interview with Annabel Watts, head Gardener at Munstead Wood
“My garden is my workshop, my private study and place of rest.” Gertrude Jekyll, Colour in the Flower Garden, (1908). Our latest...|
When you are looking for a new sofa, there are many different aspects to consider including its style, shape and size, along with...|
Woven fabrics of all kinds add depth and detail to an interior space, bringing both visual and tactile interest to a room. The...|
Spring is all around us, and after a long winter it’s only natural that we want to embrace every moment of the lighter...|
It’s time to embrace warmer temperatures and lighter nights as we wave goodbye to winter and welcome spring. Gardens are decorated with floods of...|
There’s nothing better than getting into a cosy bed at the end of the day, but we understand that sometimes falling asleep can...
‘In today’s world we take cloth for granted, being surrounded by it. It comes from machines, it costs little, we throw it...
We are delighted to introduce the V&A Drawn from Nature Collection in collaboration with the Victoria and Albert Museum, the second of our...|
C.S Lewis once said, “you can never get a cup of tea large enough or a book long enough to suit me.” Reading...|