Monday, 26 October 2015

Autumn Newsletter

I start this Autumn edition with a reflection on the Summer, which is now a distant memory. This photo was taken during a week on the Norfolk Broads in July. We made the most of the British sunshine from the water's edge, with the occasional trip along the river to local villages. It's difficult to remember skies this colour as the clocks turn back an hour and we start/end our days in darkness.

The darker mornings and evenings gives us an excuse to sit indoors longer and watch the television or read a book. Our surroundings are crucial in taking in that amazing moment on the screen or rushing to the next chapter. Please contact me if you wish to restore the furniture around you to create a more comfortable environment.

Thanks for reading.

Saturday, 4 April 2015

Spring Newsletter

Welcome back and Happy Easter!

A simple turn of a clock hand has extended the hours of light during the evenings as the sun starts to set later in the day. Spring is a beautiful season as new life enters the world and refreshes us after a sometimes cold, damp and dark Winter. The recent close attention to the clock and extension of lightness in our homes might uncover the need for restoration to certain pieces of furniture. Please contact me if this is the case to discuss it.

In addition, it gives me pleasure to introduce Alistair Gray's new website. Al is a talented artist in Hertfordshire with paintings to compliment all settings.

Best wishes.