AQATA introduces – The Matte Black Collection

Introducing The Matte Black Collection, from AQATA, one of the UK’s leading shower enclosure manufacturers.  The elegant black matte finish of the profiles and steady bars combined with the striking glass patterns creates a bold statement in any bathroom space.  For all it’s bold, eye-catching appeal The Matte Black Collection is extremely versatile; providing a glamourous 1920’s style twist or adding a contemporary, monochrome element to the bathroom.

Mono – New from Vasco

VASCO: Introducing Mono: Ultra Minimalistic Heating Options

VASCO introduces their new designer aluminium radiators – the Mono available in both Beams and Bryce options.  These are the most ultra-minimalist and versatile radiators to date – the epitome of pure simplicity and architectural freedom.  Like a piece of decorative art, the sections can be mounted separately,  together,  at a distance or an angle, both Bryce and Beams Mono radiators are available in 55 different colours and shades.

WoodLiving Appoints Esprit Media

For over 15 years, WoodLiving, have been designing, manufacturing and installing bespoke wooden kitchens. Based in Kent, the garden of England, the rural setting inspires them to produce kitchen designs which range from dramatic statement pieces through to understated, yet practical.

Every kitchen they produce is individually crafted and manufactured using ethically sourced, sustainable, high quality solid wood.  The highly skilled WoodLiving team understands the importance of quality, they craft each kitchen with care, precision and maximum attention to detail, creating a truly unique space.

WoodLiving are proud to celebrate British craftsmanship, producing the finest wooden kitchens for rooms of any size and style preference.

Masterpiece 2018 a success for Edward Barnsley Workshop

The Edward Barnsley Workshop at Masterpiece 2018

The Edward Barnsley Workshop is now a regular exhibitor at London’s Masterpiece and once again participated in this prestigious annual event at The Royal Hospital Chelsea which ran from 28th June – 4th July.

Masterpiece 2018, was launched in 2010 with a unique focus on cross-collecting. Over the past eight years, it  established itself as the leading international event for viewing and buying the finest works of art, from antiquity to the present day in the heart of London.

The Edward Barnsley Workshop, makers of bespoke furniture, have attended the Masterpiece exhibition since the beginning. This year they chose to display the “Repose Mk.III Rocking Chair”,  for the first time at Masterpiece.  Made of Hampshire oak  all of the chairs components, including the gouged finish, are worked by hand. The natural appearance of the oak has been subtly darkened by fuming and the leather-upholstered seat has contrasting stitching. The rocking chair has an ethereal quality as it appears to be organically moulded from a single piece of wood.

The “Repose Mk.II Rocking Chair” is one of a series of scrubbed, oak pieces, designed by James Ryan and made by Nathan Peach, with a finish that is chip-carved with a gouge; the sitter can touch and feel the tool marks left by the maker. The seat is hand woven with Danish cord.

Edward Barnsley’s Designer-Manager, James Ryan said: “With this chair. I have refined the curve and arrangement of the back bars to create a complex three-dimensional shape that makes it extremely comfortable. The sculptured silhouette and graceful curves of this rocking chair are easy on the eye and create a feeling of relaxation and repose.  As a designer, I love the feedback and interaction with the visitors coming to Masterpiece excited to see the exhibits.”