William Holland Blog

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Chalet Le Soleil Levant ‘The rising sun’ – the heart of mountain living

In the glorious mountains of Val d’Isere lies a secret idyll, the kind of hidden gem retreat most can only dream of. Chalet Le Soleil Levant epitomises the utopian ideal of mountain living, where the lifestyle, health and wellbeing of the pristine natural surroundings have been seamlessly reflected in the buildings entire ethos.

Precious Metals

From glittering floor tiles, to glimmering accents, metallics are dominating the interiors scene for 2015.

The Telegraph, Kathryn Rayward and us!

When we were asked to supply one of our Cuprosa Bateau baths for Kathryn Rayward's ‘labour of love’ 6 six year renovation project, as featured in The Telegraph, we could not have been more flattered or more thrilled.

Life’s a Beach

As the winter draws out its last chilly days, the frosty grayscale lands make us dream of warmer climes and a verdant world in bloom. Balmy sunshine…vibrant skies… spring drifting in on a morning breeze as you laze in your glorious copper bath, patio doors flung wide…

The Mill House - A perfect blend of heritage and hope.

Frensham Mill, first shown on John Roque's map of 1768, is an ancient site dating back to at least 1217. Brimming with history, the Granary has recently been lovingly and respectfully renovated as a sustainable renewable energy project, staying true to the mills functional history yet with an ingenious 21st century twist.

Dorset Magazine adds 'A touch of Glamour' with William Holland

Interior Designer Charlotte Starling, owner of Velvet and Dash, former TV producer to the stars and Interiors writer for Dorset Magazine features William Holland Copper Baths in her top tips on adding ‘A touch of Glamour’ to your home.

William Holland Feature in Grand Designs Channel 4

First Televised in 2004, Chez Jallot – The French Dilapidated Manor house rescued from the brink by Denise and Doug Ibbs, made such a spectacular impact that the Grand Designs team re-visited in 2014 for a one-off special episode to mark the buildings incredible rise from ruin to magnificence in the heart of rural France.