Last Sunday in the early hours of the morning, the clocks went back, and with it came an extra hour in bed, the usual Monday morning panic made only worse by clocks declaring different times, but, most importantly, over at Domestic Science we know this change cues the start of colder, cosier times ahead. Cosy, by its … Continue reading Fall Back
YOU Magazine wrote an article about Libs's house last week - a great piece by Ali Heath. We did slightly giggle when we saw the house looking so tidy ... usually there's a stray delivery there which we've been rummaging through, or Libs has returned from France with a hoard, most of which is temporarily residing in the … Continue reading YOU found Libs!
We were given a lovely surprise last week - someone has nominated us for Best Group of Shops in the Cotswolds Awards 2015! If you agree with them and like what we do, you can click here and scroll down (don't lose heart, it's quite a way down...) to Best Group of Shops and place your vote! … Continue reading Vote for us in the Cotswolds Awards!
This year has been pretty non-stop for us over at Domestic Science. We've been busy...and we've been neglecting the blog... so here's a little update on what we've been doing. First stop was a buying trip to India in January where we were more than blown away by amazing fabrics, food and people. Delhi is … Continue reading We’ve Been Busy…
We're excited to tell you that we've got together a group of talented people who will be popping up in Nailsworth next week on Tuesday 4th August (5pm-9pm) and on Wednesday 5th August (10am-5pm). It's a great way to see some creative makers and designers showing the best of their skills. Please join us!
This charming set comprises of a three seater bench , one armchair and one rocking chair. The cushions are covered in vintage floral Sanderson fabric , which are zipped for easy removal. The set could be split as follows Bench - £795, Chair - £265 , Rocker - £295
I love this place and its wide array of beautiful things, made by the many artisans there. One of the good things about my job is that I can quite easily wangle a trip to various places to hunt down brilliant stock.
Our new towels have an interesting label on them...something slightly lost in translation, perhaps? We had a bit of a giggle over it...