Summer is well and truly here so like you we will be out and about during August weeks for Summer holidays with our families and friends.
Our design and installation team will still be busy as we have plenty of projects going on over the summer but we will open on Saturdays from 22nd July until 9th September BY APPOINTMENT only.
July, named after Julius Caeser is on average the hottest month of the year. There are plenty of things happening to take advantage of the warmer weather and longer days....and the summer holidays are just round the corner.
May is gone
And June is here
Wonderful, This time of year.
According to old superstitions, it is unlucky to marry, buy a broom or wash a blanket in May, so with all that free time, what could we be getting up to?
Lets forget the fools and the showers and focus on the all the great things April has to offer, starting with Easter bunnies, there is also beer, bicycles and Hot Cross Buns.
According to the weather experts spring can start at different times, depending on who you ask. Let's go with the meteorologists and say....Yes!...Spring is finally here.
The Welsh call February "y mis bach" which means "little month". Despite having fewer days there is still plenty going on, whether flipping pancakes is your thing or a bit of romance.
Here's a few things that have got us 'leaping' this February.
The beginning of the new year and the time to make your new year resolutions.
Let's see what there is for us to look forward to as we head into 2017.
Apart from the usual Christmas traditions, here are some of the other highlights for December that are getting us inspired this winter.
According to data from Twitter, the Spanish are more likely to tweet “Te amo” (I love you) in November than in any other month, so we thought it would be fun to explore what there is to love about November...
The month of October signifies the onset of Autumn bringing with it the rich hue of colours, the cooler temperatures and darker evenings. Thinking about Autumnal colours and design, here are a few of the things that have inspired us this month, with a couple of events and exhibitions that are worth taking a look.
September is known as the month for harvest festivals, the beginning of the school calendar and according the Romans it was represented by the God of fire.
For the forthcoming month we have searched out the latest, seasonal interior trends, craftsmanship, exhibitions and luxury, individual lifestyle to inspire you for the weeks ahead.
Delighted to see that Figura has been selected for the Surrey Life Kitchen shortlist. Available to see on page 214 of the September edition.
With our Swedish heritage, a return to Sweden last week for a family holiday reignited our passion for the simplicity of Scandinavian design. When considering Swedish design, whether it be textiles, furniture, household objects or glassware – you’ll find the same practical, aesthetic, natural and increasingly sustainable approach to design. In Sweden, design is synonymous with ‘lifestyle’.
Celebrating 25 years of inspirational design and beautiful craftsmanship, Figura rebranded earlier this year. As part of the process we launched an exciting new logo and typeface. When it came to updating the signage on the exterior of our Chiddingfold Showroom, there was really only one choice….hand-painted.
There's only one way to find the wines that are right for you and that's to taste them. With so many on our doorstep here in Chiddingfold, there really is no excuse!
Froyle Tiles is a specialist tile shop based in the picturesque village of Hambledon, Surrey. Located just a couple of miles away from our Figura Showroom in Chiddingfold, we often suggest that clients pay them a visit to find something very special and unique for their kitchen or bathroom project.
With reports in the news recently of 'Ash dieback', as a design company who uses Ash to produce some of our furniture, it seemed a good idea to investigate this matter further.
With the sun out, the summer appears to have finally arrived and many of us are heading to our gardens. The emergence in recent years of fabrics specifically designed for outdoors gives us the opportunity to be playful with our outside spaces and the possibility to be more bold and bright than you would dare to be with the interior of your home.
Heralded as the first of it's kind in the UK, The Hannah Peschar Sculpture Garden in Ockley, Surrey has been exhibiting sculpture in a truly unique and magical environment for over 30 years. Broadleaved plants and mature trees support, frame and enhance a changing collection of contemporary sculpture in the stunning garden that owner/creator Hannah Peschar and her husband - the award-winning landscape designer Anthony Paul created over 30 years ago.