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Pride Intaglio Lamp

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Glenn Brown & Rembrandt at the BM

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Love at first sight cc – tapis handmade rugs at Maison & Objet

Nothing enlivens a room quite like an exciting rug, I often dream about designing the most outlandish rugs in terrific colour ways.

It was love at first sight last Friday when I came across the cc-tapis stand at Maison & Objet in Paris. It looks like they’ve been working with that brief all along. What a thrill to find cc-tapis. Now I can dream about designing rugs for them.

 

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Smythson Styling

 

It’s wonderful to see my End of Day Confetti lamp and Classical Urn decoupage tray used in Smythson’s Christmas campaign. What a thrill to see them in such good company. 

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Francois Halard: A Visual Education

 

Having bought the Francois Halard book months ago and have it sit unopened next to my desk and all the while it’s filled with the interiors of my dreams.

 

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Can you say the alphabet backwards?

It has been astonishing but not wholly surprising to see the Alphabet brush pots being such a success, what a wonderfully fun thing to have produced. Making these has taught me a few good lessons in production logistics and bought me into contact with some brilliant people, long may it last. And I am bursting with pride to say that they are handmade in London (aside from the glass which is of course the finest blown crystal from Slovakia).

It gives me great pleasure to launch the new range of colours based on flowers. Carnation, Lilac, Cowslip, Bean Shoot, Peony and Periwinkle. 

Available now at Pentreath & Hall

 

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As easy as ABC!

 

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It has been so much fun developing this range of brush pots. Of course it hasn’t been without it’s challenges, but I couldn’t be happier with the outcome. I even had a good time writing the copy for them, they’ve been popular from the very get go and I’m really looking forward to seeing some pictures of them in their newfound homes.

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Workroom Profile V: Melodi Horne Soft Furnishings

I am sitting down with Melina Blaxland-Horne, newly installed in unit 17a Rugby Street here in Bloomsbury, surrounded by her beautiful silk ikat lampshades and cushions. The first question I have to ask her is “Where did the name Melodi Horne come from?”

A smile spreads across her face “Ok but don’t laugh.  No one has ever known this until now.  Me. Lo. Di.  Melina. Loves. Dimitri.” Dimitri, her husband, is sitting to my left “That’s right” he says “This is all about love.”

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Bridie Hall at Home Pop-Up Shop

 

I’m excited to announce the opening of  the Bridie Hall at Home September Pop-Up Shop at 17a Rugby Street, London WC1N.

We’ve been working day and night preparing new candles and decoupage, obelisks, coral, quilts, crystals and much much more. Do come by and see us and if you are able drop by for a drink on Tuesday 16th September.

I’ll be posting lots of pictures for those of you who won’t be able to make it and of course everything will be available online.

Wish us luck!

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Workroom Profile on Ed Kluz

 

Read my latest workroom profile on the artist ed Kluz here.

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 Do join us for the Bawden, Ravilious and Ed Kluz Private View at 17 Rugby Street this Thursday 3rd July.

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