Seen something you like at the cottage? In this two-part series, we reveal where we bought our favourite items, from wallpapers and paint colours, to lamps and mirrors.
Our super-soft bed linen is The White Company’s 400-thread count Egyptian Cotton range, ironed to within an inch of its life. The silk bedspread, sequin cushions and Roma bedside lamps are also from The White Company. The wallpaper is V&A Darcy Pewter wallpaper from Colefax and Fowler. We bought the mirrors from a local vintage fair. The hand-painted chandelier above the bed was from Period Style Lighting. The bedside tables were from Maharaj. The paint is Papers and Paints’ SC785.
Contrasting textures enliven this bathroom corner. The mosaic mother-of-pearl are from Malborough Tiles. The shelf is a sawn-off scaffolding plank. The space was too small to fit a conventional sink in, so we drilled a plug hole in the bottom of a salad bowl, bought from George Jensen at John Lewis. The baroque gilded mirror is from Oliver Bonas. The paint is 9C, by Papers & Paints.
The Lamerton blind fabric is from Colefax & Fowler. Our crockery is the Sophie Conran Portmeirion range. The wall paint is called Slate IV from Paint & Paper Library. The Provence taps are from Perrin & Rowe. The hook holding the dried lavender was hand-forged by our local blacksmith, Greg Abel. The little silver tray with tea-set is from Brissi.
This is not a sponsored post. We have not been paid to feature any of these products.