Journal

Studio: Salts Mill & Hockney

A brief history of Salts Mill; a Victorian village inspired by Italian Renaissance architecture, an audacious and creative vision, a 10 year restoration project and the world's largest Hockney collection. 

New Narratives: The Bobbin Console

Traditional in detail, sculptural in silhouette, elegant in proportions; take a closer look at the Bobbin Console, the latest addition to our collection.

Studio: A Day at Kettles Yard

We recently took a tour around Kettles Yard; home to curator Jim Ede, his wife Helen and to their extraordinary collection of modern art, natural objects, antiques and furniture.

In Place: Galvin Brothers for Blackwood Norfolk

We were recently commissioned by Blackwood Norfolk to create a collection of furniture for their luxury cabin, situated in secluded woodlands on the West Runton coast. If attention to detail is your thing, you’re going to want to take a tour of this beautiful property.

Featured: A Cut Above

We’re thrilled to see our Konig Sideboard and Fluted Stool featured in House & Garden’s September issue, a piece celebrating the best of British craftsmanship.

Studio: Modern Life with Charlotte Perriand

Charlotte Perriand was a free spirited visionary, whose progressive approach to design shaped the 20th century. We take a closer look at her 70 year long career as an artist, designer, innovator and all round creative force.

NEW NARRATIVES: CLEAN LINES & SOFT GEOMETRY

We’re delighted to introduce a handful of new designs to our collection. Here’s the first look at our recent ‘In House’ shoot with Department Two.

Portrait: Bridle Mirror (Round)

Oversized yet understated, The Bridle (Round) Mirror is the latest addition to our collection.

FEATURED: COLEFAX AND FOWLER

We’re delighted to be featured in the Jane Churchill Spring Collection for Colefax and Fowler; showcasing their iconic approach to wallpaper and textile design.

Portrait: Fluted Sideboard

Stylish and functional — a closer look at our Fluted Sideboard.

STUDIO: IN PRAISE OF SHADOWS

We’re revisiting some studio bookshelf favourites, starting with ‘In Praise of Shadows' - the 1933 essay by Junichiro Tanizaki, an exploration of Japanese aesthetics and culture, finding beauty in the shadows of ordinary life.

PORTRAIT: POLYGON PEDESTAL DINING TABLE

An iconic and versatile design, ready to stand the test of time in terms of durability and style.