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Our Homes Part 3 - Michelle's House

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Our Homes Part 3 - Michelle's House

Described by the family children as a, ‘teeny, tiny, hobbit house’, Michelle lives in a cosy barn conversion. It’s bijou, tranquil and so lovely. Come and see...

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Our Quick Guide to the Latest Lifestyle Concepts.

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Our Quick Guide to the Latest Lifestyle Concepts.

Just as we’ve all got to grips with the meaning of Hygge, a bunch of other lifestyle concepts pop up. But before you sigh and move on, these are all quite compelling and better still, really easy to buy into. With a cold spell forecast here in the U.K. it seems a good time to make a cuppa, grab a cosy throw and take a closer look at what these trends mean. Lagom (Pronounced lar-gom)Lagom is Hygge’s younger, cooler Scandinavian relative and translates as 'just the right amount'.‘Lagom' is thought to relate to being frugal, fair and creating balance. Elliot...

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Christmas Gift Guide 2017

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Christmas Gift Guide 2017

We have designed our 2017 Christmas Gift Guide along the lines of ‘something to consume and something to keep’.

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Christmas Candle Decorations

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Christmas Candle Decorations

For our latest Christmas decoration idea we’ve gone with something that is super easy and inexpensive, but still looks very effective. These little pots with greenery and candles have a vintage-rustic vibe and look really good on their own or grouped in a cluster.

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Getting Ready for Christmas

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Getting Ready for Christmas

It’s time! It’s 6th November, Bonfire Night and Halloween are behind us which means we can officially talk about Christmas! The shop is starting to look very festive with lots of twinkly lights and decorations as well as plenty of gift items, and we’re starting to plan for the big day. Keep an eye on our blog for Christmas Decoration Ideas and gift guides.

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