This is a lovely, cosy snug to retreat to in the evenings. The space has a warm, soft grey palate – some subtle brighter shades brought into the scheme via artwork, textiles and books.
The curve of the bay window is mirrored by the curves of the gorgeous sofa. Imagine you and your partner, a glass of wine each, a bit of soft music and a warming fire whilst you catch up with each other at the end of a working day.
Or perhaps you’d relax here on your own, kicking back with a good book or magazine, reclining on the sofa, nodding off from time to time.
- Verine Atina high efficiency trimless hole in the wall gas fire
- Flos Aim pendant lamps
- Vintage amber glass bud vase
- Faux silk green stripe cushion
- Minotti Seymour sofa
- Joy Jut Out side table
- Traditional cast iron anthracite triple panel horizontal radiator
- Velvet Strada hand tufted rug
We spent a very pleasant, sunny Sunday afternoon in Hebden Bridge today…
…including a visit to Snug Gallery on Market Street.
We were invited to their “Cupcakes & Cordial” open day.
It was a chance to say hello to owner, Ed Chadwick…
…and have a mooch around their recently-opened gallery shop.
The gallery features photographs by Ed himself…
…and some lovely, hand-crafted objects by a variety of artists & designer makers.
Including &made, Calico Angel, Rebecca Callis, Kathryn Edwards, Ruth Green, Ikuko Iwamoto, Linzi Ramsden, Louisa Taylor and Sarah Thirwell.
As well as the delicious cupcakes, there were lots of other tempting things on offer!!
We left with a couple of small purchases – a hanging porcelain bird by Rebecca Callis – a perfect present for someone special…
…and a bit of self-indulgence in the form of a very cute strawberry brooch by &made.
Hebden Bridge is famous for its wealth of interesting independent shops & galleries…
…and this gallery is a very welcome addition.
Here’s wishing Snug a bright future!