Soft furnishings

Weaver Green

A beautiful range of colourful and stylish textiles and rugs which can be coordinated to complement your colour scheme and home decor. Use one of the attractive blankets as a sofa throw or drape across the bed for added comfort and style. Rugs and runners add texture and colour to warm or liven up any room.

These environmentally friendly blankets, cushions, rugs and bags are hand woven from a yarn produced entirely from 100% recycled plastic bottles but with the soft look and feel of wool and jute.  They are ideal for people with allergies as dust mites don’t live in them, moths are not attracted to them and they do not pill, like wool.

The rugs are versatile and practical and can be used on bathroom and kitchen floors.

Practical, waterproof and hard wearing, as well as being versatile for use indoors, the rugs, cushions and blankets are also suitable for use outdoors. Use them on a garden patio and even great for picnics and camping!

The blankets are machine washable at 30 degrees and the rugs are hand or machine washable, so ideal for busy households and especially practical for use around children, pets and red wine lovers!





















McNutt Of Donegal

Located in the seaside village of Downings, on Donegal’s Wild Atlantic Way, McNutt of Donegal have been producing some of the world’s finest weaves for over 60 years.

The collection is designed in-house by a dedicated team of talented designers who remain constantly inspired by the rugged coastline and nature’s playground that surrounds them. Using only the very best quality wool, combined with excellent local craftsmanship, we stock a selection of their beautiful Pure Wool and Lambswool blankets, throws and scarves.































Bronte By Moon

Bronte By Moon craft a beautiful range of throws and cushions from the historic Moon Mill in Guiseley, Yorkshire. Established in 1837 and with over 180 years of proud British manufacturing & design heritage already to their name, they are now one of Great Britain’s last remaining vertical woollen mills.

The term ‘vertical’ is a throwback to the Victorian era when mills would rise several stories, with each floor containing separate parts of the manufacturing process. Today it remains a unique confirmation of their authenticity; controlling every stage of production from raw wool to finished product including Dyeing, Blending, Carding, Spinning, Warping, Weaving, and Finishing.

They create their collections with a balance between innovative design & traditional craft, maintaining their position at the forefront of commercial trends with consistent high quality. Their passion for distinction remains as strong now as ever, carrying the message of what it truly means to be ‘Made in Great Britain’.