The Store I Wish I Owned.

By Alison December 21, 2004 No Comments 1 Min Read

Victoria Sandwich and Earl Grey Tea Under The Shade of the Apple Tree…

I’ve been keeping a little secret. A little secret I don’t want to share until I have re-designed my kitchen and bought myself all kinds of little treasures to make me smile while I am cooking apple pies and pretending I am Martha Stewart.

I am coveting a pink spotty broom, a toile de jouy pegbag and a fabulous cream cleaning bucket.  I am dreaming of doing my ironing in the sun, hanging home-grown herbs from my peg rail and holding delicious tea parties with flowery cakes and home-made lemonade…

..And all this because the Worthington Woodpower catalogue landed on my doorstep. If ever there was a more quintessentially English catalogue,I haven’t found it. Conjuring up the very best of lazy summer days in the countryside and celebrating the simplest of pleasures, Worthington Woodpower features a collection of inspirational accessories for the home and garden, from vintage kitchenalia to cosy blankets and nostalgic homeware and a lovely range of home-made oils, dressings, chutneys and salts produced in Lydia and Mark Woodpowers farmhouse kitchen. All in all, adding up to the most perfect catalogue, beautifully photographed and designed to make you ache for a whole new life.


Visit the shop at The Old Library, 20 Broad Street, Ross-On-Wye, Herefordshire, visit the website or call for a catalogue on 01989 564542.

P.S.  Look out for Worthington Woodpower in this months Country Living.

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