We love our little town of Godalming, the gorgeous town has plenty to offer from fabulous Cafe's to the relaxing Pure Hot Yoga facilities. When we visited the town this week to pick up some bits and bobs we spotted a lovely shop called the 'The Little Shed'.
We love our little town of Godalming, the gorgeous town has plenty to offer from fabulous Cafe's to the relaxing Pure Hot Yoga facilities. When we visited the town this week to pick up some bits and bobs we spotted a lovely shop called the ' The Little Shed'.
The Little Shed is the perfect place to find beautiful accesories, interior and antiques for your home.
They also offer great gift ideas, tableware, mirrors and lighting.. so everything you need if you really want to wow your friends and family with the beautifully well made and designed pieces.
They offer and eclectic mix of ever-changing things from old and new sourced from Europe and beyond. They have an extensive range of furniture and antiques available in their showroom and they also offer interior consultancy and ideas. Plus, you can now order online which is perfect if you want to get a great gift for a loved one.
Here are a few of our favourite pieces we found on their website:
A lovely pair of Lamps, the orange shade will instantly inject drama into your chosen room.. It could also be a fabulous gift this year to brighten up anyones room (no pun intended..!!).
We are also loving this antique mirror from The Little Shed. It would definitly be a stunning focal point in any room, or even on top of the stairway to broaden it out if your hall is narrow. The cream colour is also an ideal pallet for a mirror, it will blend in a room but the fine pannelled detail will still make it stand out.
Not only is Little Shed the perfect shop for finding some great ideas for your home, they also have a pinterest page with all the inspiration you need to get you making your home as beautiful as it can be. We love how on The Little Shed information card they hand out, it has a fabulous quotation from William Morris..
"Have nothing in your house that you do not know to be useful or believe to be beautiful." Spot on, Morris!