We’ve recently designed the interiors of a lateral conversion in the heart of the city, which included lighting and electrics, spatial planning, furniture, colour schemes and decorative lighting throughout. The clients were thrilled with their new luxury pied-à-terre and you can get more of a sneak peek coming soon to ‘our work’ section of the website.
We are keen to ensure that the wealth of local talent we have here is nurtured and given as much opportunity to grow and develop as possible. So it was with great pleasure that Nick spent an afternoon yesterday with the garden design students at the renowned Cotswold Gardening School, giving them advice on setting up their own business in the ever-changing design industry.
And what exciting talent there is out there! Nick’s very much looking to returning next year to help the next wave of designers find their feet and flourish.
Nick and Fiona are heading to RHS Chelsea Flower Show this week to soak up the award-winning gardens and multi-sensory experience, and sunshine!
You can follow along on our Twitter feed to see latest trends and eye-catching finds direct from the show. Nick will also be reporting back on a group of Bath-based companies with their own stand at the show in his next Bath Life magazine column.
If you’re thinking about a Woodhouse & Law planting scheme but not entirely confident in your ability for aftercare, we’re now offering a bespoke garden maintenance schedule in conjunction with Shoot Gardening. Each month, you’ll receive an email reminder with a personalised care calendar for every plant in your garden to include tips on everything from pruning to training, propagating, fertilising, lawn care and, of course, all-important watering.
We like to think of it as gardening by numbers, so whatever your green-fingered credentials you can have a garden to be proud of.
It’s Nick’s favourite time of year – tulip season! And in honour of the not-so-humble tulip, Nick’s latest Bath Life garden column is all about this showy bulb.
In his research, Nick found out that the tulip is a symbol of international friendship to the city of Bath. To find out more, click here to read the article.
We’ve recently completed a roof terrace and interiors scheme on The Circus, inspired by the client’s time in Asia, and specifically Singapore. As such, the roof terrace has taken on a decidedly tropical feel, with plants chosen to echo the lush, large evergreen foliage commonplace in the tropics, while obviously being able to survive the considerably colder climate we’re used to here in the UK. We added vivid blues and oranges to the seating areas, to contrast the dark timber finish of the flooring and furniture, resulting in a holiday feel, right here in the heart of Bath.
We’ve also fully renovated the interiors to a similar bold theme, taking our cue from Asia and pop art. You can look out for more pictures coming soon to ‘our work’ section of the website.
Very excited to see a selection of our showroom accessories featured on the front cover of the current issue of Elle Deco, including the stunning Bubbles and Bottles Carafes and library glasses from Dutch design house Pols Potten. For more information, please do get in touch with Jody and Laura on our showroom team.
We are thrilled that Bath Life magazine has chosen to feature our vibrant Tulipa wallpaper by Mind The Gap on the cover of their recent interiors edition. Also in the issue iss an A-Z guide to the latest interior trends, including some pointers from John on botanicals to metallics and the new neutrals. You can have a read of the issue, out now, here.
Very proud to be featured among the city’s interior experts in this month’s Bath Magazine feature on the latest trends in the home. Head here to view the top nine interior design trends in Bath and beyond. Featuring John’s thoughts on the new velvet and botanicals and including this rather special tropical wallpaper from Mind The Gap, and available here at W&L.
We promise we gave John and Sophie a little time to catch their breath when the got back from the world’s leading interior design show last month, but we were all dying to find out the latest industry design trends on their return from Maison et Objet in Paris!
As a little taster we’ve shown here one of a collection of moodboads put together by Sophie to show the team what’s hot out there. Fear not though, all will be revealed soon as John’s been talking about the latest interiors trends in the March issue of the Bath Magazine.
From the striking Mind the Gap wallpapers making a bold botanical statement to the pastel pinks and warm plaster colours being hailed as the news neutrals, you’ll find plenty of inspiration on 2018’s trends to look out for.