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If you are looking for a bit of escapism from city life and like to fill your home with neutral, efortless, utilitarian pieces then you need to head to Baileys. Housed in a converted barn in Herefordshire Mark & Sally Bailey have created a stunning shopping space full of gorgeous homeware from all over the world. There is an abundance of rustic pieces including crates, salvaged furniture and hand crafted soft furnishings, as well as recycled goods. Our favourites include the lightingapple crate storage and hand woven cushions.

This emporium covers everything you need with furniture, lighting, accessories, kitchenware and hardware all with a neutral colour pallete, allowing customers to easily fit items into their homes. Alongside the shop there is a tearoom, which means you can make a full morning or afternoon visiting Baileys, stop for a cup of tea & cake and then continue shopping.
Visit the online shop at Baileyshome.com or if you can, make a trip to the shop to be wowed.

Store Owners, Store, Herefordshi

Here, you become besotted with recycled and salvaged furniture, spend hours rifling through piles of linens, throws, rugs and towels and are led to believe hanging hooks and pot brushes are covetable items in their own right.

Mark and Sally Bailey, the force behind Baileys Home and Garden, have published three books expounding their design philosophy. We talked to the couple as they were wrapping up their fourth tome.