Green time…

It’s a blog of parts again!  Looking back at these photos I realise I’ve been around a bit.  Time to stay still in the same place sometime soon, I think.  But it’s that magical moment when spring turns from empty trees to full leaf. Doesn’t it always take your breath away? S C O T L A N D We started three weeks ago in Scotland, for Easter.  The rest of the country was bathed in sunshine but the west coast of Scotland had a lingering bank of cloud and rain sweeping over.  It didn’t matter – we were all just so happy to be home.  Bright and blustering for a minute the next day… Daffodils (not planted by us...

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INTRODUCTORY OFFER - 20% OFF NEW ALPHABET BRUSH POTS

Introducing a New Alphabet Brush Pot Font - 'FIGGINS ANTIQUE' Enjoy a 20% discount on all new 'Figgins Antique Font Alphabet Brush Pots'  Offer ends Friday 6th May. Desktops don’t have to be dull and studios so serious. Put all your pens into an alphabet pot! Brighten up your brushes! Organisation just became beautiful and we’ve got the brush pots to prove it. Make up your initials, spell out your name, a favourite word, a happy thought, get creative, make up the whole alphabet – the possibilities are endless! Personalise that work space, treat yourself - you’re worth it! Smooth glass tumblers inlaid with a gold vinyl letter or symbol, backed with a different coloured lacquer and a topcoat of glossy varnish....

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Pentreath & Hall April Newsletter

Until recently, Ben and I both considered ourselves 'accidental shopkeepers', that was until it dawned on us we've been at it for thirteen years and happily going from strength to strength, which is a rare thing indeed in the world of shopkeeping. For those of you who don't know, Ben and I both have separate careers and pursuits, Ben in architectural and interior decoration and mine in decorative accessory and product design and manufacture. The shop has always made up the third corner of our triangle, each discipline feeding nicely into the next. Our literal 'shop window to the world' as Ben has always put it.Looking back at everything we've achieved over the last while, we've stopped thinking of ourselves doing...

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Catching up

There’s only one way to stay on top of things, I suppose… which is, try to stay on top of things. So although the blog is a little overdue, I’ve just had a nice evening looking at photographs from the last two weeks. No wonder, in a sense, that I might be feeling a bit tired from time to time. S C O T L A N D We start 2 weeks ago in Scotland.  I was north for the Johnston’s of Elgin project I’m working on – which launches this Autumn… and will, when it arrives, be very exciting.  But first, a turn around my favourite, perhaps, of all our projects – the Tornagrain new town, which we are...

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