Everyone Needs A Tree……Inside


We love trees. Ok so we are fortunate to live and work in one of the most beautiful parts of the world – the English Lake District, and let’s face it we are surrounded by them up here.

Architects and Designers regularly talk about ‘bringing the outside in’ and adding a tree into an interior can dramatically change the dynamics of the space. Trees are not just organic and calming to look at, they can be very versatile and used in so many different ways such as structural elements, space dividers, sculptural pieces, screens, light filters, textures, patterns and even as sound absorbers.

How cool are these?…

Turning legs into art. These culptural trees form the legs of the dining tables in this canteen.

Trees used as table legs in contemporary canteen

‘A Cantina’ in Spain by Estudio Nomada


This contemporary dwelling is literally built around the trees in a forest.

Corallo House by Paz Arquitectura

Corallo House by Paz Arquitectura



Here tree ends are being used to create texture, pattern and order.

Tree used to create texture and pattern

Fabbrica Bergen by Tjep



A sculptural and alternative way of hanging coats.

Wishbone coat hanger by Frost Design

Wishbone by Frost Design

We used this lime green coat stand in our Town House project and then carried the tree theme through into the guest bedroom with a bespoke printed fabric on the headboard and digitally printed wallpaper for the en-suite. Fun, funky and unique. Bringing the ‘outside in’, in a very different way.

Town House Master Bedroom

Town House Master Bedroom

Town House Project - Ensuite

Town House Project - Ensuite


Trees are great. Go hug a tree and bring one into your life today.