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In the press: Country Living magazine

In the press: Country Living magazine | Holme & Moss

We still can’t quite believe it, but when the June 2023 edition of Country Living magazine landed in our local Co-op, one of our small business dreams came true! Holme & Moss was featured.

In every edition, Country Living magazine has the most beautiful Emporium, shop small section. During our coffee breaks, we often find ourselves swooning over the carefully curated collection, whilst making our shopping wishlist! This section features the most beautiful hand-picked pieces from individual makers, the high street and small businesses.

As we turned to page 17 of the June edition, we were overjoyed and overwhelmed as we saw our Liberty London headband in print, beautifully styled alongside a stunning array of artisanal creations. This was quite the moment for us, our first magazine press coverage, and yes, this page is already framed and hanging proudly on our studio wall!

Country Living magazine press coverage | Holme & Moss

We would like to take this opportunity to thank Country Living for featuring us, and for using their platform to shine a spotlight on small businesses through the magazine and the Country Living Marketplace - the coverage is certainly keeping us very busy!

Also featured on this page:

  • Rachel Bottomley’s floral artworks are a feast of colour and pattern. Originals from £475, prints from £55
  • Folk Flower lampshade by Tess Newall, £65
  • Ceramicist Sarah Rickard creates nature-inspired pieces from her garden studio in East Sussex. Wall-mounted hare, £65
  • Inspired by British folk traditions and medieval illustrations, the Hedge Witch necklace, from £140, is made by Ruth Leach of Studio Rua, who created the linocut design and wax cast it
  • Jess Webb’s bud vases are wheel thrown and glazed in blush pink, £25 each, The Small Home
  • A Cotswold Garden Companion, £8.50 by Finch Publishing, unfolds into a beautifully illustrated map
  • Emma Dodi’s hand-painted macarons, £32 for six, were inspired by gardens near her Sussex home. Flavours include elderflower and orange blossom
  • Half-moon bag, £158, handmade in Somerset by Emma of Honey & Toast using vegetable-tanned leather

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