Anglepoise have featured The Craftsman’s Cottage on their website:
“Here the 17th century carved oak coffer and mid-century Ercol sideboard sit comfortably alongside the 18th century delicately painted landscape painting, further enhanced by the David Mellor tableware, Yorkshire wool curtains and the series of Anglepoise® lamps that feature throughout this remarkable interior. In selecting lamps for the rooms, Amanda chose to showcase both classic and contemporary Anglepoise® designs.”
See more on the Anglepoise website.
The Sunday Times Home Section on 9th July. “Wiltshire Holiday Let That’s a Showcase of Lustworthy British Craft” http://www.thetimes.co.uk
“The interiors are a roll call of lustworthy British brands, giving guests a chance to check out the products in a real context before they buy. They include a Pantry Blue kitchen from deVol, lights from Original BTC and Anglepoise, furniture from Pinch Design and Another Country, tableware from John Julian and David Mellor, and tweed from Abraham Moon & Sons. There’s William Morris and GP & J Baker wallpaper in the bedrooms, and bathrooms are stocked with Bramley bath products, made from English plants in Somerset. For Amanda, who took part in MasterChef in 1992, one of the most enjoyable parts of the project was sourcing British chocolates, shortbread, cheese and jams for the hamper, supplemented with bags of her homemade granola”
The Chromologist - Take a Tour: Holiday amid Great British Crafts
“Just two hours out of London weekenders and interiors lovers can find a dream bolt-hole, with a bit of a difference – The Craftsman’s Cottage is a holiday cottage celebrating the best of British crafts, old and new. Also known as Semley Lodge, the house is an early 19th century cottage built from Shaftesbury greenstone with a slate roof, situated in a hamlet just three miles from the ancient Anglo Saxon hill top town of Shaftesbury. The handsome cottage has not only been lovingly restored, but has also been fitted out by work from some of Britain’s best craftsmen and designers. From established names like Heal’s, to iconic products like Anglepoise and modern classics from the likes of Russell Pinch, the house has been dressed in its best British finery”