The Chalon blog is our scrapbook - or magazine -
compiled to feature a broad mix of articles that we
think our website visitors will find of interest. The
articles within have been curated to reflect our
interest in architecture, interiors, design, food &
drink, and all of the things that might possibly make
our house and home live up to our own dreams of what
it might be (and the Chalon kitchen that
we might have within it!) - and, alongside all of the
design and decorative items, we will post articles
that also feature Chalon's commitment to conservation
and the environment too. '
Reviewing historical images always gives an interesting snapshot of the past but when the material is part of a national advertising campaign, it is even more insightful as to the company they represent. Read more…
Yesterday morning, Katherine Jane Wood – English Oak Building’s photographer – went on a run (with her camera) from her home near to Corsham (just outside Bath) to the Corsham Court estate – the location for film-maker Stanley Kubrick’s great movie ‘Barry Lyndon’.
You’ll notice that Corsham Court is home to some quite magnificent oak trees, shown to particularly fine effect here, with a quite poetic coating of frost.
Some images from a collection of beautiful photographs of plants, with neat corresponding colour palettes, by GH Yeoh, the founder and creative director of Shanghai-based design company, Super Nature Design.