Our Leopard Gold hand-tufted wool and Tencel rug is a stunning leopard design that combines bold imagery with neutral tones to create a head-turning rug that is still easy to place in the home. Light and bright with a gold Tencel leopard shimmering amongst butterflies and foliage, this is a statement piece that doesn’t shout but always gets noticed.
Bold design that subtly makes an impact and adds something extra special to floors.
'I’ve always been drawn to nature and the animal kingdom, the way creatures co-exist, their beauty and natural grace. I love seeing animals in their natural environment, it is a constant source of joy and inspiration.'
The standout feature of this pair is without a doubt the sculpted solid oak arms that emerge from the soft sheepskin. These elegant organic lines create a striking silhouette, dictating the overall aesthetic. This pair of armchairs falls into the category of the so-called biomorphic mid-century, that describes the furniture that relished in organic, curved, smooth surfaces, design that was moulded into the shapes of natural occurrences. The beautiful sheepskin upholstery gives these chairs a soft, cosy look while also accentuating the curved back and the oak elements. A classic tell for Danish design harkening back to the 1950s are tapered wood legs, a feature that’s endured, giving the design a timeless, sophisticated feel.
This beautiful chinoiserie style wallpaper, featuring a tiger comes in a whole host of colours, but the rich red background of this particular version really stood out to us to go along side Leopard Gold.
Authentic Dorothy Draper España chest, shown in Emerald Green. The crème de la crème - the most iconic of Hollywood Regency glam - is Dorothy Draper's España bunching chest. Dorothy Draper (1889-1969), America's most famous decorator, produced her most sought after and iconic pieces - the España bunching chest and the España cabinet - after touring Spain for inspiration at the invitation of the Spanish government whom wished to spark interest in Spain's culture through furnishings emblematic of its rich history and traditions.
Theodore Alexander is a very high end furniture company founded in 1996.This screen is made of plastered wood with gilded birds and flowers embossed. It is composed of 6 panels of 16" width.
Beauvamp's beautiful Tiffany lampshade is dressed in this beautiful linen called ‘Daisy Chinz’ by Lewis & Wood.
Made to order and hand stitched around a bespoke bronze frame with our new ruffle skirt.
Print of black cockatoo in a hand painted red wooden frame.
Print of parrot in a hand painted red wooden frame.
This luxurious velvet tailored jacket is lined with our 100% silk limited edition prints and features gold buttons. Get ready to party this jacket is bound to turn heads at dinner and cocktail hours.
Meet Sassy, Esska's new 70s inspired boots. Guaranteed comfort with the front platform and the block heel. In soft materials, deep colours, and gorgeous textures. Wear them all day and all night.
Alice Palmer's delightful lamp covers are inspired by her love of traditional British homes, Moroccan riads and Andalusian haciendas.
Soft and pretty they add colour, texture and pattern in the most charming way.
Wendy’s love of and need for colour shine through in this vibrant design, which is bright, beautiful and tells a joyful story of hope. Designed during lockdown, the hand-knotted wool and silk rug is brimming with hope, positivity and optimism. The vibrant shades are as uplifting as it is possible to be. There is also a lovely story of inspiration behind this rainbow rug, bringing together two of Wendy’s passions - Japanese dress, particularly the kimono, and the power of colour.