Our spring 2023 collection
The story behind our new season; framed by colour and curation.
Ways with Rhubarb
How to welcome our seasonal shade into your home.
Introducing colour consultancy
Find out how our new design service can help you to discover your home’s potential.
Broad bean & pea crush with ricotta, flat breads and crudités
However many the pleasures of the other seasons, summer eating is surely the finest. Produce is as g...
Black accents: why they work in any room
And some easy, unintimidating ways to bring black into your interiors.
Inheritance tracks: the importance of heirlooms
How handed-down objects bring life, soul and a sense of heritage to a home.
Sarah-Louise, Christopher & their Henley kitchen
An all-oak Henley kitchen and a Sage-green utility created in collaboration with Instagram’s @no.17h...
Ways to address difficult spaces
Neptune home designer Kyra shares her tips for making the most of the awkward corners and odd room p...
A meadow blanket: rooftops in bloom
Journalist Amy Moorea Wong on how meadows (and beekeeping) are sweeping through our towns and cities...
Home stories: designing a galley kitchen, part two
The second in our series on galley kitchens in real homes: this time, an unexpected addition to a Co...
Saving a home: the slow renovation story of Bussage House
A gradual renovation project is revealing more and more, as interiors journalist Elizabeth Metcalfe ...
French toast with baked peaches and coconut cream
A summery twist on a breakfast classic from our café, The Provenist.
Home stories: designing a galley kitchen, part one
A cottage kitchen with a small footprint but clever sense of space
Amanda, Andrew & their multifunctional garden room
A collaborative design project to bring the outside in.
The makings of a design classic
How does a piece of furniture or design earn icon status?
An explorer finds refuge at home
For our winter 2021 issue of Stories, we asked adventurer and presenter Ben Fogle to share the ways ...
Beetroot & gruyère ‘sausage’ roll
This recipe was created by our chefs at our cafe, The Provenist. If you’re ever in the city of Bath,...
If Neptune did garden rooms
Garden designer Jonnie Wake contemplates what shape and form a Neptune-designed garden room might ta...
Ways with blue: singing the praises of blue in interiors
How to use blue in your home in ways big and small – including how to make it work in a north-facing...
Living a philosophy
Why we decided to open a cafe.
Maximum impact: bold ideas for small gardens
When it comes to designing smaller gardens, think big, as garden designer Jonnie Wake tells us.
A very British craft: a short history
Craft has been a part of British life since prehistoric times, when pottery was mostly homemade, and...
The joy of summer: how to celebrate the season
Moments, rituals and traditions ancient and new to help you make the most of each month in summer.
The architecture of happiness: how buildings can create joy
Why do some buildings and designed environments bring us more joy than others?
Our versatile garden designs for inside and out
We take a look at those furniture designs from our garden collection that translate just as well to ...
Painting by light: how to choose colours to suit a room’s aspect
Our paint colour suggestions for north, south, east and west facing spaces.
The joy of moving to the coast
We chat to two former city dwellers about the highs (and occasional lows) of relocating to the coast...
The joy of the laidback dinner party
Food writer and author Debora Robertson muses on how relaxed hosting is the most convivial.
Claire, Alastair & their Suffolk kitchen
A Cactus green kitchen that blends seamlessly into a living space.
How to light a bathroom
Including everything you need to know about IP ratings, and how to make your own lighting plan.
Ways to say thank you: gifts for hosts
Present ideas that go beyond a bottle of wine for taking along to parties.
Our fabrics: making the right choice for your home and lifestyle
A guide to each and every fabric in our collection, covering everything from style to which ones are...
Rebecca, Martin & their Suffolk kitchen
A forever kitchen for an Edwardian house in Derbyshire.
From Barbury to Bloomsbury: how we name our designs
A quick look at some of the stories that lie behind our collection names.
A brief history of the dresser
By their very nature, antiques are imbued with a patina of the past. The dresser is no different. It...
A touch of genius: why we value original art
We explore why it is that original art pieces hold such emotional potency.
Spotlight on our Barbury tiles
Introducing our handmade Barbury collection, created in collaboration with Wiltshire-based Marlborou...
Izzy and her Suffolk kitchen
The renovation of a small London kitchen that was a truly collaborative family project.
The guest bedroom guide: spring edition
How to create a welcoming and restorative private sanctuary for guests this spring.
The garden furniture style guide
We walk you through all the furniture families in our garden collection to help you better understan...