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Handwoven Floor Art For Lovers of Colour – Angie Parker Textiles

May 18, 2018
Handwoven Floor Art For Lovers of Colour - Angie Parker Textiles

We all need some colour in our lives don’t you think? Especially with the weather we’ve been experiencing lately. One minute full-on glorious sunshine, the next grey, wet and miserable. I say why not make your own sunshine by bringing some colour into your lives. Today I’m going to be doing just that by introducing you to  Angie Parker Textiles and her wonderful rainbow of textural delights in the form of handwoven rugs.   Handwoven Floor Art For Lovers of Colour…

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The Beauty of Handcrafted Wood – William Firth Woodcraft

May 1, 2018
The Beauty of Handcrafted Wood - William Firth Woodcraft

If there’s one way to add warmth and character to our homes it has to be through the use of the wood with its natural textural qualities. And what better way to introduce it but in the form of useful accessories that have been lovingly handmade by skilled craftsmen. Today, I’m featuring one such skilled artisan, William Firth, who has an independent woodwork workshop based in the heart of Lancashire here in the UK.   The Beauty of Handcrafted Wood – William…

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Meet The Designer – Linda Bloomfield – Handmade Porcelain

September 27, 2017
Meet The Designer - Linda Bloomfield - Handmade Porcelain

There’s something rather special and personable about holding a piece of pottery that’s been lovingly crafted by hand. In this instance, London-based potter, Linda Bloomfield’s beautiful contemporary designs not only captured my eye at the London Design Fair but also connected with me as a person. Their organic forms, together with Linda’s trademark dimples and visible throwing lines, just yearned for you to reach out, touch and hold them. Which is exactly what I ended up doing and more. Yep,…

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