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Explore our ‘As seen in the press’ page and discover the pieces that are loved by the press this season. From statement pendants to handcrafted home furnishings, we are always thrilled to see our products featured in our favourite magazines and delighted to share them with you…
A Natural Choice
Using brass window fittings throughout a period home is an elegant way of complimenting certain features. The warmth of our Antiqued Brass compliments the historic oak structure. Being a natural finish (much like the natural texture and tones of wood), the patina will continue to age and deepen over time – the perfect modern rustic finishing touch.
Image courtesy of : Country Living June 2019
AN EARTHY PALETTE
'This season's decorating is inspired by the global traveller's expeditions, with a rich palette of nutmeg, cinnamon, ginger and ochre.' We love the warmth of this space, the textured layers and vintage style adding even more character to our Antiqued Brass Double Rowsley.
Image courtest of: Homes & Gardens Magazine February 2019
Beauty In The Details
A taste of luxury with a selection of beautiful drawer pulls. Seemingly small details like these expertly crafted pulls and handles can totally transform a piece of furniture. A 'quick fix' like a handle change will leave a lasting impression. Good things come in small packages, and our Forged Ball Handle in Polished is no exception.
Image courtesy of: House Beautiful Magazine January 2019 Styled by Amy Neason
An array of elegant sconces to adorn your walls this season, bringing style and glittering candlelight to your dinners and celebrations.
The charming Hurricane Candle Sconce (no. 2) is our take on a classic Edwardian design, pared down to produce an elegant, unfussy candle holder that will bring a touch of class to any space.
Every element of this beautiful listed home is carefully considered, and we think our Nickel Foster pendants were an excellent choice. Handmade cabinets, quality cookware and glossy tiling make a perfect backdrop for a room that is the heart of a home.
Image courtesy of: Period Living Magazine 2018
Punch Ochre & Teal
A unique use of our classic black pole, sleeve brackets and cannonball finials. The ironwork brings drama to this starry-night-like scene, with highlights of teal and ochre suspended comfortably for a quirky, serene seat space.
Image courtesy of: House Beautiful Magazine November 2018
A Sense Of Space
A seamless connection between inside and out has been created by the team at John Lewis of Hungerford. A period farmhouse kitchen with an effortlessly modern twist is the perfect home for a trio of our Walcot lights. The airy, transparent quality of the glass allows you to create a stunning focal point without losing the sense of space.
Image Courtest of: Country Homes & Interiors October 2018
Kitchen Design by Graham Jones of John Lewis of Hungerford
Beautiful Boot Room
Our Club lights will bring a subdued, soft light to this boot room, helping you find the way when pulling off your boot socks after a muddy, dusky dog walk. Antiqued Brass works a treat against wicker and stone, tying together this modern country look.Image courtesy of: The English Home Magazine October 2018
This inspired indigo bathroom has it all. Traditional tongue and groove panelling, gorgeous patterned walls and a bronze basin fit beautifully with our Fluted Raydon Lights. In black they bring a classic silhouette whether switched on or off to this colourful town house.
Image courtesy of: Homes & Gardens Magazine September 2018
Room With A View
This Chelsea townhouse kitchen makes the most of the luscious garden view with large windows and indoor foliage for that inside/outside feel. Our glass Lynfield’s enhance not impose, allowing natural light to flood through in the daytime.
Image Courtesy of: Country Life Magazine August 2018