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Green & Heath: Showcasing the Best of British Design


Born out of a passion for period dramas, Green & Heath is a new and exciting homewares and accessories brand that showcases the very best of British design while putting sustainability at its core.


helping to keep emissions low. Green & Heath fabrics are also printed on


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he Bristol based lifestyle brand is the brainchild of female entrepreneur, Ellen Green. Having successfully founded independent living brand, Blue Badge Company in 2016, Ellen recently turned her hands to homewares and at the beginning of 2020 set up Green & Heath. Ellen was inspired to set up the business during maternity leave. Whilst looking after her new-born, Ellen found herself watching period dramas including Poldark and Downton Abbey. Quickly becoming hooked on their opulent interiors and classic styling, Ellen dreamed of touching the textiles, the endless yards of brocades and lace, the sumptuous furnishings, and the gleaming oak and mahogany that could be seen throughout. When it came to furnish her own home and seeking out products similar to those in her favourite shows, Ellen realised that she couldn’t find the products and fabrics to match her expectations in terms of quality. Ultimately, Ellen sought designs that had charm and heritage, with prints that were luxurious and indulgent, but also featured a contemporary twist for her modern lifestyle. With its roots firmly planted in the UK, Green & Heath believe in creating great quality pieces that are handmade in the UK and will last not just season after season, but year after year. Green & Heath also embodies a passion for sustainable manufacturing. All products produced at Green & Heath’s workshop in Bristol are made using natural ingredients and handmade by a team of skilled artisans. The brand sources its materials locally where possible so that they are investing money back into their community. This also means that their products come with zero air miles,


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natural fibres and their packaging is recyclable. Additionally, all Green & Heath cushions and lap trays are plumped with 100% British wool, the most eco-friendly filling available. Ellen said: “In setting up Green & Heath I wanted to create beautiful products that are made to last. Everything we produce is designed and made slowly with love and care right here in the UK. I don’t believe in mass production overseas, which is why we produce our collection in small batches. Our low-waste, just in time approach to manufacturing means that we avoid making more than is needed, thus leading to less waste.”


and lavender scented eye masks. As a brand that takes its inspiration from the classic Rococo and Baroque styles that adorn the interiors of Edwardian and Victorian homes, the William Morris designs, and ethos fit perfectly within the Green & Heath portfolio. Established in 2020 by female entrepreneur, Ellen Green, Green & Heath is passionate about creating beautiful, high-quality, sustainably sourced, handmade homeware products that ooze sophistication and stand the test of time, a belief very much at the heart of Morris & Co. All Green & Heath products, including its William Morris collection, are designed and handmade in the UK by a team of skilled artisans. The lifestyle brand sources its materials locally where possible so that they are investing money back into their community. This also means that their products come with zero air miles, helping to keep emissions low. “These iconic patterns are the essence


Green & Heath Inspired by Nature with Launch of William Morris Collection UK made, homewares and accessories brand, Green & Heath, is bringing a touch of timeless charm to the home this summer with the launch of a brand-new collection which boasts the delightful and decorative designs of iconic designer and craftsman, William Morris. Harnessing William Morris’s passion for honest and simplistic design, the stylish new William Morris Collection by Green & Heath draws inspiration from the Morris & Co archives and features the highly decorative, bold floral prints of Snakeshead, Marigold Indigo and Golden Lily.


The new collection, which launches in the


same year that Morris & Co celebrates its 160th anniversary, boasts a range of must have home accessories, including cushions, lampshades, lap trays, storage boxes and fabric door stops, as well as “me time” essentials including hot water bottle covers


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of Great British design; they continue to be celebrated in every room of the home.” Discussing the new collection, Ellen said: “This is such an exciting launch for us. What makes William Morris patterns so special is their timeless appeal. Even 160 years on, we are still just as much in love with his designs as we were at the peak of the Arts and Crafts movement. His iconic patterns are the essence of Great British design, they continue to be celebrated in every room of the home. “Everything that William Morris stood for aligns perfectly with our brand values and ethics. Just like William Morris, mother nature is our muse, our products are all lovingly handmade from local sourced materials and designed to last.”


The William Morris collection from Green & Heath is available to buy now from greenandheath.co.uk


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