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Cosy Homeware, from Us to You

Posted by Georgia Sawyer on

Cosy Homeware, from Us to You

At Wrought To You, we are passionate about crafting unique pieces which not only look fantastic but which enhance the feel of a home too. We want to help people create joyful, cosy environments and bring some 'hygge' into their lives. "Hygge is about an atmosphere and an experience, rather than things." Meik Wiking   As the nights draw in and the weather gets colder, creating an  atmosphere filled with light and warmth becomes more important than ever. Whether it's the amber glow of our woodturned lamps or the warm earthy tones and textures of our tableware, we have you covered for those...

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Going with the Flow

Posted by Georgia Sawyer on

Going with the Flow

"When we are involved in (creativity), we feel that we are living more fully than during the rest of life. You know that what you need to do is possible to do, even though difficult, and sense of time disappears. You forget yourself. You feel part of something larger.” Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi, TED Talk, February 2004. When I started woodturning, I quickly noticed the sense of immersion I can feel when working at the lathe - a feeling of oneness with my activity which leaves little room for other thoughts and worries. I often find myself reaching for a piece of wood and...

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World Environment Day 2021

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World Environment Day 2021

June 5th 2021 is World Environment Day. This is a day to reflect upon the incredible gifts that our planet provides us with and to consider what we can do to honour our home. It is so easy to rush about life, getting stuck inside your head thinking about the stresses of everyday life. In doing so, we often forget to take stock of the beauty that surrounds us, we don't always notice how wonderful the birds sound, how vibrant the green trees look against a blue sky, how lovely the scent of freshly cut grass is. Today, I have made the most of the...

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