Join us for workshops in our Tudor Lounge, a rustic space steeped in history, where creatives, entrepreneurs and locals gather to learn, laugh and create. Our workshops include pottery, wreath making, calligraphy, paper cutting, floral head-crowns, mindfulness, creative writing and lots more. A little community is forming, please join us on this journey.
We would love to hear from you if you would like to collaborate with us.
Every Thursday we open up our workshop room to become a co-working space, not for profit. A space where you can bring your laptop and notebook and work with others. Our co-working Thursdays are for all those individuals that would like a little company while they work, plus to have the opportunity to share their ideas, or seek collaboration opportunities. We hope that by bringing like-minded people together who experience common ground in business, there will be an opportunity for mentoring, skill swapping and just general chit-chat, plus even some new friendships may be formed too. We will also aim to run short business workshops and talks throughout 2019.
We create, source and salvage thoughtful and considered products for life and the home for folks to share with others or as a keepsake to add to the story. We help those setting out on interior projects to bring their ideas to life and through our workshops, we encourage a creative community where entrepreneurs, locals and creatives gather to learn, laugh and make.
Our products reflect a passion to combine the curious and the charming to create a home less ordinary. From ceramics, glassware and handmade jewellery to textiles and furniture combined with one-off vintage finds. set amongst a striking collection of faux flowers.
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Our beautiful glassware is hand-blown in Syria. The work is created by the family Abu Ahmad et Sa Famille, who are among the best glassblowers in the Middle East. Over the past few years, life has been very difficult and half of the warehouse was destroyed. The founder of Salaheddin, Jean - Francois Vaillant hopes they won’t have to relocate and move from Syria. We love the uniqueness of these products.
Georgie is a local potter working from her studio in Milford. Georgie is inspired by all things nature, with so many patterns to explore. Pottery started whilst Georgie was a student on a window dressing course, and she found herself drawn in. Her biggest influence came from (Dame) Lucie Rie - she loved everything about her work to the fact she was still potting in her 90’s. If Georgie didn’t do this, she thinks she would be making chocolates - she has tried many different creative paths, even foraging for hawthorns to make ketchup!
I discovered these beautiful throws during a trip to Paris when creating my first collection. The founders of Malagoon, Anneke and Maurice are passionate about creating textiles in unique and fresh designs, produced by makers in India who have the same ideals of perfection as they do. They are a joy to deal with. I hope you love their designs as much as we do.
I travel to Paris and Amsterdam to source our collection of faux flowers in beautiful muted colours.
Often, the variety of flowers we choose to combine wouldn’t ordinarily be in season together, but the different textures and styles can add such impact to your interior space.
Vintage & Salvaged
I am always searching for vintage pieces. I love to hunt and gather those pieces that have been discarded by others, ready for someone else to love. By mixing old and new, you can create a beautiful story within your home that has character.