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Hector

HECTOR. Can't find your keys? Phone gone walkabout again? Step this way. Vintage metal and reclaimed timber can solve your problems.

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Niche

NICHE. This mirror had us at hello. It was the hand-carving and the faded white finish which did it for us.

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Zeus

ZEUS. A bold name for a bold table. We don't mind admitting we bowed down and praised the gods when we perfected this solid oak and zinc beauty.

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Loosey Goosey

ROCKER. This nostalgic rocking chair didn't so much fly through our design auditions but cantered through them! Made of lovely weathered birch wood with handwoven rattan.

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BOVARY. Handmade in Nottingham and covered in a lovely natural linen fabric which we buy from a Lancashire mill. What makes this chair even more special are the solid oak legs which undergo one hell of a rub to give them a gorgeous weathered finish. Mwah!

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Loosey Goosey

LUCKY. The gorgeous fabric is dyed, woven and embroidered in Rajasthan especially for us. It is then sent to Nottingham where our upholstery chaps turn it into one of the nicest and most comfy little chairs we've ever sat on.

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Retreat

RETREAT. From a series of five paintings entitled Remote by artist Ben Lowe, this peaceful picture was the result of an escape from the Big Smoke to the countryside. We've got these prints in our homes and can vouch for just what these do for a room.

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Cargo

CARGO. Thailand. Long-tail boats used for ferrying cargo from island to island bob in the bay. And our favourite artist Ben Lowe soaked it right in.

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Loosey Goosey

NOVEMBER RAIN. The music was cranked up in his studio one autumn day and Mungo decided he just wanted to "rip the hell out of a painting." And we're glad he did.

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Grille

GRILLE. Imagine you're wistfully floating through a French market. Basket in hand. Jauntily perusing local produce. Maybe having a little flirt along the way. And now back to reality. Blighty. Storage baskets. Don't panic, the dream is still alive.