Ghoulishly gothic pieces inspire a touch of hocus pocus!
We love this 1960s Danish oval drop leaf dining table with six ‘V’ shaped legs by Kurt Østervig, beautifully opposing its angles with a chic set of teak ladder back dining chairs.
Anthropomorphic cantilevered curves of matt white Panton Chairs by Vitra invite you to sip a vodka martini before dinner…
And keeping decoration to a minimum, a Maison Charles "Mangue" bronze and brass lamp sings quietly in the corner.
A 19th Century Scottish scrub top prep table makes for a perfect family pit stop piece.
French glazed dressers are always a great option to house pantry items.
And there are plenty of useful storage solutions that really ought to be left on show!
Contemporary marble obelisks contrast scraped pine surfaces and mercury mirror plates.
Exquisite pattern unfolds within a beautifully aged carpet in rare tones of naturally dyed greens and flushed pinks.
A truly pan-European breakfast room to brighten your morning and tempt your interior tastebuds.
Iron and marble from France, painted pine from Sweden and England, natural woods from the Czech Republic and glass from Italy come together to form a symphony of textures.
A nuanced combination of free-standing antique pieces from different time periods creates a timeless and layered aesthetic for the hard working heart of the home.
Casual weekend brunches and suppers with family and friends may leave us with a little too much washing up than we would usually care for but they also leave us with a deep sense of gratitude for time well spent.Shop the Look
Apothecaries, with their promise to heal one’s aches and pains before the dawn of modern medicine, have left behind objects that offer a unique insight into the lives of our forebears.Shop the Look
A natural palette of gentle and harmonious tones inspired by the earthiness of Edward Bulmer's versatile Clay and the bright winter sun.
Weaving oak, pine, paint and charcoal into a room we could just move into!Shop the Look
Festive gatherings are likely to be on a much larger scale this year than last.
Whether you're setting the table for two or for twelve we believe it should still feel wonderful.
This year we bring to you an enchanted Christmas table - full of festive foliage and the finest antiques.Shop the Look
Your kitchen doesn't have to be ruled by its utilitarian purpose. Look to antique and vintage pieces to inject colour and personality back into your kitchen.Shop the Look
Bright and airy, this rustic elegant dining room with a mix of 18thand 19th Century antiques is simply beautiful. The silvered oak benches combined with the bamboo armchairs creates contrast in this simple room.Shop the Look
Your very own golden age starts with the heat of mustard, the fruits of the exotic, and the decadent Silk Road fabrics and objects.
It’s confident and considered; earthy and cultivated; designed to impress the style set - yet easy to live with day-to-day.Shop the Look
Breathe new life into your most-used rooms: add contemporary touches to traditional layouts and antique furniture. Think patterned soft furnishings, colourful modern artwork, and worn vintage leather. Bold with a small ‘b’.Shop the Look