COVID-19 – Whilst our retail showrooms are closed to follow Government guidelines, we will continue to provide a high quality personal service to all our clients. You will be able to reach us on 01491 641115 to discuss any ongoing orders or new orders and the bespoke furniture and room design team will continue to work as normal. Deliveries can continue to take place following the social distancing policy and health and safety recommendations. The well being of our staff and clients is important and we have introduced strict hygiene procedures into our already meticulous cleaning regime. Warehouses and company vehicles are disinfected daily, anti-bacterial gel and face masks readily available.
Man’s best friend has been a muse for artists since ancient times. There’s no doubt that dogs have always been one of the most popular subjects for art displayed in people’s homes; whether in the form of paintings, sculptures, tapestries, photography and much more. The story of dogs in interior design is long and everchanging; cave paintings, the appearance of canine companions in aristocratic portraits and garden statues are just a fraction of the ways that dogs have been immo
The traditional Knole settee as we know it today originates from a piece of upholstered furniture in Knole House in Sevenoaks, West Kent. Knole is a grand house with six centuries of history and is filled with fine art and furniture. Knole is now a National Trust property open to the public. Although the essence of the drop arm with tie backs remains the same, variations to the arm shape, back height, use of buttoning and both traditional and modern fabric patterns dramatically aff
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