11 January 2022
Journal

Featured: Homes & Gardens

Warm tones and natural textures – our Fluted Block, featured in this month’s ‘Ochre & Green’ editorial for Homes & Gardens.

It’s always a pleasure to be asked to contribute to editorial shoots, especially when it gives us the opportunity to create something bespoke. We used an ochre dye to give a deep warming tone to our Fluted Block to work with this laid back luxurious cover story, curated by stylist and creative director, Sally Denning.


Our Fluted and Parted Blocks are amongst our most popular side tables. Perhaps this is down to the oaks' natural, slow grown, unruly texture, as more of us crave the tactility of nature within our homes. 


Our 'twin tone' Parted Blocks are hand painted with Ochre and Prussian Blue stain, offering a warm and contemporary take on our traditional blocks. These are available in a variety of timbers and finishes, and 2 sizes; short with horizontal parting and tall with vertical parting.

Homes & Gardens; 'Ochre & Greens'
Our Parted Blocks

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Photography Polly Wreford
Styling Sally Denning
With special thanks to Homes & Gardens

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