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.
Due to the adverse weather conditions, we have decided to close both our showroom and studio this afternoon and tomorrow (Friday 2nd).
Our interior and garden design teams will however be on hand despite the closure. Please contact at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling 07796 950 017 if we can be of any assistance.
Head to the latest issue of Bath Life, out now, for Nick’s first garden column of the year. With the new year comes not just a time reflection but a time to look ahead too. In this feature Nick suggests his garden design predictions for the coming 12 months – what’s going to be in our outdoor spaces in Bath and beyond.
To read the full article, click here.
John and Sophie are Paris-bound today on their latest sourcing trip to the world’s largest interior trade show, Maison et Objet. Home to exhibitors from all over the world, the show is a must for all interior designers looking to find the perfect pieces for their clients’ projects, be it furniture, lighting or accessories. For us, it’s also the perfect opportunity to spot the latest interior design trends so that we’re able to lead the way back here in Bath.
The finalists for the Bath Life Awards have just been announced and our interior design team is very honoured to have been shortlisted for the Homes and Interiors category. A big thank you to all of you that helped our entry with your very kind testimonials. We are very proud to be amongst a wealth of wonderful, worthy contenders in the category and are already crossing everything for the big night next month.
A huge thank you to all our wonderful customers who donated a much-appreciated total of £460 to our campaign to raise money for Bath’s Greenlinks allotment project, in conjunction with local mental health charity Bath Mind.
Woodhouse and Law are adding £1000 to this total for the campaign and we plan to start the work at the allotments in earnest this Spring. Will keep you updated on our progress!
We’d still love to raise that bit more so any donations via our Just Giving page are very welcome.
It’s the first day of advent today so time to start thinking about those Christmas gifts if you haven’t already. To help out, our showroom is open from 10 to 2 this Saturday and we have gifts aplenty for your loved ones. Or maybe just for yourself! Hope to see you tomorrow.
As you may know, this year our chosen community charity is Bath Mind, working to improve the lives of people experiencing mental ill health in our city.
We’re well aware that the festive season isn’t always a happy time for everyone, and as such, we’re currently fundraising for Bath Mind’s ‘Greenlinks’ project. This allotment space offers those feeling low or struggling with mental health issues the opportunity to enjoy the therapeutic benefits of gardening in local green spaces and to make new friends in the process.
We’re currently raising money to fund improvement works at the Greenlinks allotment facilities on Monksdale Road in the spring, with an aim to provide better wheelchair access and improved shelter under the newly constructed pergola.
Thank you to all for your support.
Wishing you a very Merry Christmas from Nick, John and all the team at W&L.
Since Lydia and Sandra joined us last month, we’re delighted to welcome Magda to the team, who joins us as interior designer. Originally from Poland, Magda graduated with an MA in Interior Design from The Academy of Fine Arts in Gdansk, and comes with a strong grounding in kitchen design from her previous employment. We hope you’ll join us in wishing her a warm hello!
Each year we are on the hunt for a local community project to help and support as best we can. This year we are working alongside Bath Mind to help improve their community allotment facilities in the city. We will soon be looking for a local charity to support in 2018 so please head to our new community page for more information or if you’d like to put forward a charity.