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West Country artisans collaborate on the perfect ‘room with a view’.

Creating a unique year-round retreat for people looking for that something special, The Brace Shepherd Hut is a versatile and romantic ‘Room of one’s own’. With a William Holland bath perfectly made for two, and a stunning authentic living space brimming with high-end luxury, Blackdown Shepherd huts have taken Glamping to a whole new level of bliss.

The Art of Ageing Gracefully – The Verdigris Bateau Bath

Combining the trend for raw natural materials and pared back design, ageing and weathered finishes display an authenticity increasingly appealing in todays’ interior trends where natural beauty and relaxed luxury are the foundation for Modern Rustic Design.

Athelhampton House: Tudor style and grace

Full of Tudor style and grace Athelhampton has successfully managed to preserve its sense of history and grandeur whilst nurturing a glorious sense of community right at the heart of Dorset life.

Eynsham Hall: The perfect marriage of past and present

Built on the fortunes of copper mines, the William Holland Copper Bath framed by the elegant bay windows at Eynsham Hall provides a reverent link between the buildings past and its luxurious present.

Voyage to Mousehole – The Monaco of England

Nestled within this vibrant community rests ‘Voyager’ a luxury harbourside holiday home steeped in history and time.

Find your ‘Happily Ever After’ at the Woodsman’s Treehouse

RIBA nominated, The Woodsman’s Treehouse by Guy Mallinson represents ‘childhood fantasy come to life’ on Channels 4’s Grand Designs House Of The Year.

You don’t have to live in a warehouse to embrace Industrial Style!

When Architect Chris Dyson and his wife Sarah first fell in love with the once grand 18th-century Spitalfields townhouse, it was little more than a derelict wreck. Yet through dedication, savvy and sympathetic salvage yard finds and an innate understanding of the buildings architectural heritage, slowly but surely they restored their homes iconic Spitalfields identity.