Terracotta or clay pots are kiln fired pots made from soil and can be either glazed or unglazed. The earthy colours of unpainted pots look very rustic and suit all kinds of gardens and orangeries very well. These pots also complement the colours of flowers and plants, effortlessly creating a perfect balance and harmony.
Even painted terracotta can have the same rustic appeal. Terracotta urns and planters are also better for the health of plants due to their natural materials and production process. Unglazed also tend to be porous in nature which helps in retaining the right amount of air and moisture required by the plants inside them. The clay material is usually quite thick which can protect the plant roots from sudden harsh weather extremes too.
At Twig Antiques and Interiors, we have the perfect tools to help you weave some classic character into your garden. Accessories such as statues, planters, sand urns can elevate the garden’s whole appearance. The versatile urn, for instance, can make a beautiful garden feature in more ways than one. The combination of that slightly aged look and a few little imperfections add to the beauty and personality of these pieces, adding a sense of history to open space like no other. Their charm is always a welcome alternative to those sleek, geometric lines typical of many modern gardens.Read More
There is nothing more soothing than switching off your bright day to day lights and enjoying the soft glow cast by lanterns and wall lights. And when these lanterns are antique, the effect becomes quite dramatic too.
Antique lanterns have a very regal appeal with their traditionally ornate designs and elegance. These look beautiful in a decor that tilts a little towards the traditional side.
Chuck out your Ikea, 'brown' furniture is back.
TWIG stars in The Sunday Telegraph - 10th February 2019!
"For years, like prophets in the wilderness, antique dealers have been heralding the return of “brown furniture” – pieces made from such dark woods as mahogany, oak, cherry and walnut – the stuff that made their fortunes in the Eighties and Nineties. This was the era of the English Country House look, when furniture, from the finest Chippendale to container-loads of dull Edwardian dining chairs, was shipped to the US every week"
Lighting is one of the most crucial parts of home decor. Without the right kind of lighting, no room can ever be complete.
Lighting sets the mood and the feel of a space. The correct choice of lighting fixtures in a room can create the right ambience and also show off the decorative elements of a room.
There is something special about antique brass chandeliers that really draws you in.
Their traditional appeal, coupled with the luxurious elegance of the design is aesthetically appealing and changes the look and feel of your space completely.
Twig of Tetbury are delighted on the results of their latest project!
In this article, Twig have supplied torchieres and bronze urns with flower arrangements that are used to set a scene in this new and renovated hotel aiming for unpretentious, almost shabby elegance.
The Fife Arms, near Balmoral castle, is a world class hotel and beacon of Scottish culture and craftsmanship.
We at TWIG of Tetbury were included in the 'Antiques Trail' of Tetbury by Period Living magazine.
The article said 'The market town of Tetbury, set among rolling Cotswold hills, is regarded as one of the pivotal destinations for antiques buyers outside of London. With over 25 dealers the town is synonymous with high-quality furniture and decorative finds. For those in the know, the draw of Tetbury and it's a collection of specialist dealers and fabulous lifestyle independents, is something not to be bypassed.
No matter how beautiful your interiors are, without quality lighting it just does not feel complete. The right kind of lighting fixtures you choose can make or break your final design outcome. Hence incorporating lights in your decor correctly is very important.Read More
Antiques are not restricted to indoors. There is a wide variety of options for creating aesthetically appealing gardens. Gardens in the earlier times used to have classic pieces to add some character and drama to the garden. A decorative piece popping out from an unexpected corner of the garden makes it look interesting. A large urn smack in the centre of the garden can be the instant focal point and grab the eye. A period bench can look great and also provide a comfortable place to sit back and relax.Read More
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Thursday 19 November from 12 noon
We invite you to an early preview of our Christmas stcok and enjoy a 15% discount
Christmas drinks all day
Paella from 6pm to 9pm at Cafe 53
Read page 121 of the Setember issue about our wonderful wall papers at TWIG of Tetbury.
Flowers can bring a lot of joy. No wonder they are used to convey all sorts of emotions be it love, best wishes, celebrations or even sympathy. Whatever the occasion, it is often a beautiful bunch of colourful flowers that is the first thing that comes to mind when it comes to celebrating or sharing someone’s joy or indeed sorrow.Read More