Handcrafted in London from a carefully selected blend of aromatic oils and the finest pure ingredients, our lifestyle range of skincare, body products, room fragrances and candles have been formulated to balance mind, body and soul. We believe that nature can provide us with everything we need to nourish and support our wellbeing. Our consciously crafted blends are organic wherever possible,free from parabens, sulphates and harsh additives.
58 Lifestyle Products are brought to you by the experts at 58 Wellbeing Centre, offering an extension of our core belief that wellbeing should be applied to all areas of your life. Using a unique blend of pure and natural ingredients, sourced organically whenever possible, our carefully crafted products have been blended to balance and soothe mind, body and soul. Live well with 58.
We all love a cosy wood fire with its warmth, ambiance and comfort and that includes solid fuel, gas, or even an electric fire.
However, this is frequently overshadowed by worries about sparks, falling embers or smoky chimneys.
Our ancestors may have accepted these as necessary evils but in a modern house these days we need to protect carpets and furnishings from sparks and keep our newly decorated rooms from the effects of smoke. In addition, most customers praise our Fireplace Doors for the saving of expensive house heat up the chimney achieve, at the same time they eliminate the draught caused by the flue, even when the fire is not in use thus saving energy and allowing you to reduce your heating costs.
Our A & M GLASS FIREPLACE DOORS have overcome problems with modern fireplaces for many years.
They are not ordinary fireguards or safety screens but attractive modern glass enclosures which can be manufactured to fit any fireplace large or small with the minimum of installation work. With our doors you have a safe, neat and attractive addition to your room which will last for years.
An additional benefit is that doors may be left open, to enjoy the snap, crackle and pop of an open fire, but be closed for safety when you leave the room or retire to bed. No need to worry or wait for the fire to die down.
We can supply doors made-to-measure at no extra cost to suit all fireplaces, large or small, raised up the wall, down on the hearth, double or triple openings, etc. We can also provide mesh spark curtains as an extra to go behind the doors, if required.
We are a dedicated mirror shop offering the widest choice of mirror solutions for home and the trade. By offering the most comprehensive range of materials, A1 Mirrors is on hand to bring to life any creation or idea you may have and our in-house design team is available to source, create and manufacture your mirror project. We also work with many home interior suppliers to bring together a huge range of ready-made mirrors that are traditionally found on the high-street.
Our clients range from private individuals who require mirrors for their home, to other glass companies, builders, joiners, hotels and blue-chip brands to name a few and our experienced, customer focused team are here to advise and guide you. So, whether you are looking for a wall mirror, bathroom mirror, mirrors on a budget or a made to measure mirror for your restaurant, gym or shop browse today and experience for yourself A1 Mirrors.
I set up my studio in 2009, inspired by my love for illustration, colour and pattern. My first collection was a range of hand-drawn and digitally printed wallpapers, designed for my graduation project at Leeds College of Art. This body of work then went on to win me the Business Design Centres ‘New Designer of the Year 2008’ award, which is where I was first noticed by Liberty of London who became my first stockist.
I have since gone on to design further ranges of wallpapers, as well as furnishing fabrics and various homewares. I sell all products directly from this website, as well as working with trade and retail customers around the world.
My studio is based at The Custard Factory, a beautifully restored Victorian factory in the centre of Birmingham. I take pride in running a small independent studio, which allows me to build personal relationships with my customers, stockists and suppliers, which I think is very important.
All of my products are very proudly printed and manufactured in England – all within a couple of hours drive from the studio in fact! I have worked with the same Lancashire based wallpaper printers since I set up my company, and all of my fabrics are printed by another Lancashire based company just up the road. This allows me to work closely with the colouration and production teams to ensure the highest quality, colour matching and expert craftsmanship for my customers.
My collection of fabrics for interiors were born out of a passion for flowers, growing flowers and having flowers within my house; I wanted to capture the beauty of the floral bouquet. The fabrics are also a recognition of my love of colour, pattern and design.
A lifelong appreciation of textiles led me to explore and develop many needlework skills, both hand and machine, and in my early 40’s I enrolled to do a 3 year BA (Hons) Textile Design course at Hereford College of Arts after becoming increasing frustrated with my lack of direction concerning my creativity. The children had grown up and left home, and I was left wondering what on earth to do with my life. The Textile Design degree really helped to focus and inform my choices, and on completion I felt ready and excited to set up my own business in 2015 and unleash my flowery fabrics on the world!
My fabrics are primarily created by using hand processes such as drawing and painting, mark-making and layering. Further manipulation and experimentation with scale, layering and repeat often follows on Photoshop, but this aspect is kept to a minimum and the original feel and look of the drawing process is never lost in the design. These designs are then printed digitally in the UK, digital print is the best way, I find, to translate my drawings onto fabric.
Inspiration is drawn form a wealth of subject matter. I love visiting historic buildings, walking out in the countryside, and along coastlines, and experiencing the bustle of busy cities. I greatly enjoy visiting exhibitions and looking around art galleries and fairs. I am constantly aware of the patterns, colours, images and shapes that surround me; life is inspiring! It might not all have a direct influence on my designs, but it definitely feeds in in subtle ways.
I am so happy and proud with this collection of floral and coordinating fabrics, so pleased that I took the journey to become a textile designer, even if it was rather late in life. I hope you find pleasure in these fabrics also.
hand printed metal jewellery, clocks and sculpture
michael abbott + kim ellwood
We work together in our studio workshop overlooking the hills to the ocean just outside St Ives in Cornwall. The light here on the north coast is always magical, the sea a bright turquoise and the landscape’s always wild.
Our hand printed figurative brooches, necklaces and clocks with themes including the garden and the sea, are made to wear, display and hopefully to bring a smile! Our one-off hand printed metal sculptures explore narrative themes loosely drawn… individual characters emerge through the process of making, using images printed onto metal and found objects to tell a new story.
Adjustamatic Beds Limited have been making adjustable beds and riser recliner chairs in the UK for over 50 years.
NHC has over 50 years of experience in providing quality products and long-term customer care.
Niagara is the largest manufacturer of therapy products in the world.
Adjustamatic Adjustable Beds are made in Britain.
All of our electric beds are manufactured in Wales to the highest possible standards.
They are made out of the finest materials available.
Adjustamatic beds, aveon mattresses, recliner chairs and all components are rigorously tested in our Welsh factory.
We are a specialist building products and contract moulding company. Airflow has been established in the south of England since 1972.
We work closely with our customers developing products to their exacting requirements we have expanded our contract moulding and product development over the last few year as well as producing our own range of building products. The environment is important to us and the need to maintain competitive pricing, Airflow sees this as something we can use hand in hand and recycle not only 95% of our own waste plastic but also work with local companies and scout groups to gather materials and raising monies for good causes. Our team albeit small have mostly worked for the company for a long time and thus care about the development and progress we have and continue to make..Airflow has over 60 years in the industry
One of the largest producers in the country
Sales representatives covering all regions of the UK
We incorporate an easyfit factor into all of our products
We have our very own bucket range
The sole producers of the famous “Invincible Bucket”
We are an award winning company
The best customer service money can buy
Back in 1996, Albion started making luxury freestanding, roll top bath tubs. The range has now grown to 54 different models – giving you the ultimate choice in luxury bathing. Choose from baths that are only 1200mm long all the way up to our glorious 2200mm long Imperium bath.
All Albion baths are made using our unique Iso-Enamel material. This gives you the advantages of a cast iron bath but without cast iron’s drawbacks – extreme weight and rapid heat loss from your bathing water. When compared to inferior acrylic, our Iso-Enamel material is hard, strong and durable.
No more flexing and creaking when you climb in! With a hard gloss surface, an Albion bath has a surface finish akin to ceramic glaze. Come and see for yourself at our factory showroom. We have the largest display of free standing and roll top baths anywhere – all displayed in beautiful bathroom settings.
I would always describe myself as a textile artist, I work with a variety of materials. I always incorporate hand-stitch into my pieces and I think, for me, this is one of the most important elements. There is something very personal about making your own mark with needle and thread.
Taking an original and contemporary approach to textiles by layering, piecing and embroidering my chosen materials onto cut and painted “patches” of wood. Each piece is hand stitched together, creating my own unique “take” on a traditional patchwork sampler.
My samplers are inspired by “stories from the sewing box”. Vintage fabrics, hand embroidered table linens, pieces of lace, paper from knitting patterns etc are used to create pattern. I acknowledge my own childhood introduction to sewing by including hand embroidery stitch samplers bringing back memories of the very first embroidery book that I was given as a child.