The English Home Cover Story

We are always really pleased when magazines and newspapers want to feature and photograph our homes, and we were thrilled when Alice’s Wiltshire farmhouse made the front cover of The English Home for May.

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More press can also be found under the ‘our press’ section at the top.

Alice also features in the monthly article ‘A few of my favourite things…’ with favourites including Rockett St George, Austique, for shopping in London, and The Dundas Arms in Kintbury, where rumour has it Barneby Gates wallpaper makes an appearance. We would love to know where you’ve spotted Barneby Gates papers and fabrics, be it in your own home, a friend’s house, hotel, restaurant, bar or maybe even a more unusual or exotic location. With lots of rolls leaving the studio each week it is hard to keep a track of where they all end up! Please send any photographs to info@barnebygates.com and we will hopefully feature them in a future blog post.

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The Dundas Arms (above), featuring our Boxing Hares in Stone, in the main dining room.

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