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Country Living: Tom Raffield Lighting and Furniture

4 February 2019

Our iconic Skipper Pendant and Coat Loop designs feature in a Grade II listed Dartmoor home.
An oak Skipper Pendant is suspended over a 200-year-old feature dining table.

A range of our steam bent lighting and furniture features in the January edition of Country Living Magazine on pages 94-100.

Sitting amongst the rolling hills adjacent to the Taw River valley, Bidbeare-Barton is home to designer Sue Harrigan and partner, David. The Grade II listed property houses a mixture of key pieces that reflect Dartmoor and its rich craft community and iconic, designer furnishings.

"The entire house is a blend of David's love of clean lines and Scandinavian practicality, and Sue's penchant for antique treasures and junkyard finds".

coat loop
Bathroom practicality: our Coat Loop design gives even the most functional of furnishings flare.
arbor dining chair
Marrying steam bent craftsmanship with Danish design principles, our Arbor Chair provides a comfortable place to sit in the master bedroom.

"In the master bedroom, a vibrantly patterned cushion cover reflects [Sue's] passion for Indian textiles. It is offset by the rustic simplicity of a Tom Raffield chair, along with one of the British designer's striking light pendants".

- Sarah Barratt, Junior Features Writer, Country Living.
One of our oldest designs, the Spinnaker Pendant, takes centre stage in the living area.

Words: Sarah Barratt.

Photography Credits: Polly Wreford.

Styling: Melanie Molesworth.

Posted: 04.02.19
Updated: 04.02.19

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