Skip to main content

We’re happy to say we are part of Decor Cafe’s Home & Garden Festival again this year! We were part of the Festival last year and it’s at the amazing Strawberry Hill House again so we couldn’t resist the chance to come back to such an amazing venue!

A specially curated shopping event set up in the most gorgeous and unique setting, what could be better? …A special code to get discounted tickets perhaps?

The Festival is taking place on the 5th May, we will be there with a selection of our homewares and stationery. So if you’re looking for a small gift for a friend or looking to update your living room or bedroom, make sure you stop by and say hello to us! Tickets can be purchased from here and we have a special promotional code “lornasyson” to get tickets for £12 instead of £15.

The Decor Cafe is a collaborative network that inspires and shares ideas or skills so you can make the best of your interior and lifestyle. They set up bespoke shopping events and host talks from a series of different experts. The Home & Garden Festival will provide you with a chance to buy something unique for your home or friends, as well as receiving expert advice and tips from the following talks:

  • The Personal Home: Colour your home with leading colour expert Karen Haller
  • The Healthy Home: Eat to be the best that you can be with nutritionist Hilary Davies
  • The Entrepreneurial Home: Blog for business with Louisa Blackmore
  • The Outdoor Home: Style your garden with garden designer Sarah Speller

Carolyn Dunster will also be signing copies of her new book The Urban Gardner.

Founder of The Decor Cafe, Debbie Blott, is a huge supporter of our brand and her gorgeous french bulldog features on one of our new Pet Collection Cards, which we will be selling at the festival, check out our Pet Owners Q&A on Kronk here.

As well as getting the chance to do a bit of shopping and attending various talks, the venue itself makes it worth a visit too. Strawberry Hill House is a famous as Britain’s best example of a Georgian Gothic revival architecture, designed by Horace Walpole in the 18th century it inspired the first gothic novel: The Castle of Otranto.

Each room is decorated completely difference to next with something unique about each one, some have intricate stained glass windows and others have papier mache, gold gilded ceilings.

For more information and to buy tickets, click through to the Decor Cafe.

Leave a Reply