Gold Sid
Gleaming bright gold, this Lake District icon can be seen hovering above lapping waters and through all weathers. Over the past five months, we have been working on a particularly
Showcasing all the merits of bespoke, handmade upholstery, our latest Knole sofa is a sight to behold. We have designed and made this knole as a fusion of traditional and
Walnut Demilune Drawer
For us, the demilune is a jewel of the furniture world. Its petite proportions and functional simplicity demand high expectations for detail. The demilune console table is named so because
Peter Hall Boutique
We are very excited to announce that Peter Hall & Son has branched out onto the High Street. In Windermere! It has long been in our minds to have a
Conch
With this piece planned in advance – the wood alone was left for over a year to dry – we wanted to record the process of creating a sculptural form
Psephos
It has taken weeks of endured effort and concentration for our woodturner, Ian Sugden, to bring his vision for this substantial piece to fruition. From the very beginning, when the
Royal Lytham & St Annes Club House
Royal Lytham & St. Annes Golf Club is one of the best links courses in the world. Running for over a century, you have only to walk down the Clubhouse
Sun Bleached Bureau
The power of the sun is something that is regularly overlooked when arranging furniture within our homes. It’s effect can be both positive and destructive, but so gradual that it
Lake District Summer Music Festival
We are pleased to be supporting the 30th year of the Lake District Summer Music Festival. An internationally renowned festival in the heart of the Lake District, bringing together some
parker knoll chair reupholstery
Life is full of surprises!  During his 40 years as an upholsterer, David had never come across a chair like this.  As it arrived as just a metal frame and
Tableware for Claridges
Over the past few years we have developed a good relationship with Michelin chef Simon Rogan through the furniture and tableware we have produced for his award winning restaurant in
Wray Castle is a Victorian neo-gothic building at Claife, near Hawkshead, with beautiful views over Lake Windermere. The house and grounds have belonged to the National Trust since 1929 however
The days are getting shorter and the nights longer. As the long summer finally dwindles, the mornings are colder and the leaves change colour signalling the coming of autumn. It
Ancient Oak. Buried, untouched and starved of oxygen for thousands of years. Silently in the darkness, gradually working upwards, as its blanket of earth is shifted. Nurtured. Cradled. Brought back
Cornish Artist – Cumbrian Paintings In the spring of 2013, just after the heavy snowfalls of a particularly harsh winter, Neil Pinkett undertook an artist’s residency at Brantwood, the former
Nursing Chair Reupholstery
David demonstrates his years of experience with the reupholstery of a 19th century nursing chair. 4744
Nest of Tables
We were pleased to be asked to design a nest of tables to replace a set of veneered mahogany tables that our customers already owned. After some discussion, we gained
It's just not cricket
It is the season for cricket, and coincidently we have received two orders with a cricket theme. 4708
We have come a long way since Peter Hall sat down with a drawing board, graph paper, pencil, ruler and rubber to design a piece of furniture. That was nearly