home: event [ upholstery ]
We love what The Good Life Centre offer in their ranges of creative course. This year has an abundance of upholstery courses, so if you fancy creating something for your home, have a chair that you’ve been ‘meaning on covering’ for years, want to learn a new skill or simply love to get creative – have a browse of the courses available throughout the year. A mix of courses, different lengths, anything from a one day course to a one year course.
Book now to avoid missing out
The Goodlife Centre
49/55 Great Guildford Street
It may be too late for this weekends Independent Ceramics Market in London but get the date in your diary for the next one – June 3rd
At 133 Copeland Road
SE15 3SN London
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home: event [ Barbican exhibition ]
Explore the history behind the making of the conservatory and other green spaces at the Barbican at ‘Flying trees and sunken spaces’ exhibition that runs until March 20th.
Explore the history behind the creation of the open spaces, gardens, and conservatory that are found across the Barbican Estate and Arts Centre.
For over a decade (1940–1956), the devastated postwar site where this exhibition now stands was a wild landscape. Debate on the urban role of open space raged on, while weeds gently but effectively regenerated the City from its ashes. A monumental landscape emerged, combining low and high rise buildings and spaces, creating an enclosed, urban fabric within the City.
Flying Trees and Sunken Squares is the fifth of the changing foyer displays. It explores the history and design of the Barbican Estate and Arts Centre and is divided into three sections. A selection of books from founding CP&B partner Geoffrey Powell bring to light references from continental Europe and inspiration from the English garden. A selection of archival drawings and illustrations conveys the interweaving of artifice and nature. At its centre historical drawings of the Conservatory and newly commissioned botanical photography celebrate the glass and steel design of this hidden garden.
home: event [ Made.com sale ]
It’s that time again where the important events are store sales. Already running with up to 40% off is the Made.Com sale and there’s so many great discounted products to choose from.
Time to create new looks for any room in the home.
See our main picture for our favourites but head to Made to explore all sale departments.
home: event [ Geffrye Museum ]
A reminder for the diary. Our favourite interiors haunt is closing for development to make it even better!
Say farewell to the current Geffrye Museum over the weekend of Epiphany, with a variety of entertainment and things to enjoy!
6 + 7 January
Visit us for Christmas Past and come to our Epiphany Celebration and Closing Party on the weekend of 6 and 7 January to enjoy street food, winter cocktails and live music as we say farewell to Christmas and to the museum, which will close on 7 January for almost two years for our exciting £18m development project, Unlocking the Geffrye. Although the main museum building and period gardens will be closed, there will still be plenty of reasons to come to the Geffrye. Throughout closure we will run a busy programme of events, activities and installations in our front gardens. The restored almshouse will also be open for tours on certain dates throughout the year.
home: event [ Heals Christmas party ]
Head to Heals, Tottenham Court Road, this December…
Christmas Market Party | Tottenham Court Road
7th December 2017
Join our team at Tottenham Court Road on the 7th December for the most festive shopping event of the year.
Complimentary drinks will be served, a DJ will be playing seasonal tunes and there will be live performances by a pop choir. We’ll also be hosting Christmas workshops, including bauble painting, paper crafting and decoration making.
Click here to register
home: event [ wreath making ]
Head to the Heals website and check out their events page – find a wreath making workshop near you. Create your own unique, festive wreath, a personal touch to decorating your home for Christmas with prices from £25 to £90 depending on location.
Catch the London workshop and join Abigail Ahern to get creative (November 18th)