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Got Wood? Love Ceramics

Got Wood?

If you fancy giving a room of your house a bit of a makeover, get on trend and procure some lovely scrapwood wallpaper from ChiChi Home.  The design is the vision of edgy Dutch designer Piet Hein Eek (no, we’re not sure how to pronounce that either) who won the International Contemporary Furniture Fair Editor’s Award in 2011 with this paper product.  It’s perfect for creating a cosy, homely feeling and adding a touch of eccentricity to your abode.

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Jersey Pottery have unveiled their latest ceramic ranges at the prestigious Maison & Objet Show in Paris which is attended by buyers from around the world, and Jonathan Jones, Director, says it is a coup for Jersey Pottery to be there.

He said: ‘We have been trying to exhibit at the show for a number of years, and we are delighted to be here, showing the best of Jersey’s style to the world. There is huge demand to be allowed to exhibit here because it attracts the buyers from so many of the leading retailers, and we have a fantastic stand in a great location. We are still a Jersey company with 18 outlets in Jersey, and all the designs and decisions on our pottery are taken in the island, and our ranges are sold in more than 600 stores in 28 countries and I hope that our new ranges will enable us to continue grow that side of the business.’

The new ranges will go on sale in Jersey in the next few months and will be available from Jersey Pottery’s Halkett Place store, when it reopens after refurbishment this month.

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