Saturday, 19 August 2017

‘Little slice of London’ on the high street

FEATHER and Nest is located in the pretty riverside town of Wallingford in a beautiful old

FEATHER and Nest is located in the pretty riverside town of Wallingford in a beautiful old listed building steeped with character.

Owners Ben and Angela Dobson fell in love with the charm of the building and knew it was the right spot to open their first home and lifestyle store.

Customers have described the shop as “a little slice of London” and “a magical store” and are now becoming regular visitors.

Mrs Dobson said: “You won’t find another store like ours in the local area, we pride ourselves on being different, and offering cool, tasteful stuff for you and your home. We love discovering new and up-and-coming brands that you can’t find anywhere else, products with personality, a sense of fun about them and that make you smile.

“Lots of our products are made or designed here in the UK, we are not into mass produced stuff, we like unique and quirky. Amongst our favorites are the wonderfully witty illustrated plates by Jimbobart, we all need a plate that says ‘I eat cake in my pants’ in our lives!



“We love Sarah Ray’s cards too, brilliantly funny cards featuring sad slugs, musical worms and rabbits on flying carpets, what’s not to like?”

The owners are also fans of Scandi-inspired homewares, and have hand-picked a gorgeous children’s interior collection by Danish brand Bloomingville, this is an exclusive range that you won’t find readily available.

And some of their best selling products are by ethical brand Nkuku, whose products are made by skilled artisans in India, promoting fair trade and equal opportunities.

With summer just around the corner, Feather and Nest have got something different, funny, quirky and cool to help make it your best summer yet.

Feather and Nest can be found at 26 High Street, Wallingford, or online at www.featherandnest.co.uk. For telephone enquiries, call (01491) 825765.



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