Q&A with Lily Paulson-Ellis

You have created some wonderful rooms for children. Where do you start and how do you adapt as they grow? The layout is so important for children’s rooms so I make sure we get that right first. For baby rooms I prefer a cot bed to a little cot because the baby can be in it for a …

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Running for St Mungo’s

Not only did Rob Simonfi cycle 1,200 km in 6 weeks to raise funds for Maggie’s, but he’s now running every day to raise money for St Mungo’s. On February 1st, he started with 1 kilometre, the 2nd day was 2 km’s, the 3rd day was 3 km’s all the way to 28 kilometres on …

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19 Chairs

Founded by design duo and brothers Tom and Will Butterfield, in reaction to the outbreak of Covid-19 and the lockdown, 19 Chairs celebrates one of the most humble pieces of furniture; the chair. 19 Chairs were made in 19 days in their south London garden, and this feat of craftsmanship is being used for a …

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Big Blue Ocean Clean Up

We are incredibly proud to help support Big Blue Ocean Clean Up and become a member of their Ocean Protection Project. This incredible charity keeps the oceans clean, protects marine wildlife and supports the development of innovative technologies. It also runs free educational workshops and provides resources for schools around the world; inspiring every generation …

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Why We Use Copper

How Long Does Coronavirus Live On Surfaces? There’s no evidence to suggest that Coronavirus can be passed on by touching materials, but we know that the virus can survive on plastic for up to 72 hours. There is currently much research investigating self-cleaning materials, including self-adhesive film for hand railings, furniture and handles. The virus …

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So you want to paint a wall?

We’ve all been looking at our walls for way too long… So we’ve gathered some tips if you’ve decided to go for it! We asked our experts at Broseley and they advised to first and foremost make sure the plaster is flush and smooth. The paint won’t cover any lumps and bumps, so sand it …

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