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Home Style Edit: Spring kitchen & dining accessories


If you are looking to update your kitchen or tabletop this spring, our Home Edit this week includes the best cook shops and brands in The Cotswolds to style the heart of your home. From classic crockery to all the gadgets you need to cook up a storm...

Domestic Science


With three shops across Nailsworth, Tetbury and Stow-On-The-Wold, Domestic Science has a wonderful mix of the latest interiors trends, paired with vintage finds. It’s the place to go for enamel kitchen items with cool colourful accents and rich-toned linens.

Daylesford Organic


On top of being our favourite farm shop, Daylesford is a Cotswolds staple for finding sustainably-made, quality and elegant homewares. Find everything you need from gorgeous crockery to table linens and practical yet pretty utensils. We absolutely love their collaboration collection with Colefax, a tablewares collection inspired by antique ceramics and botanical illustrations. Perfect for celebrating springtime blossoming.

Cotswold Grey


Cotswold Grey is a luxury interiors and lifestyle store based in the heart of the Cotswolds in Moreton-in-Marsh. With a passion for culturally-inspired design, their tableware are unique and really special to bring out for spring meals and barbecues.



Longer spring days mean we enjoy sunlight flooded rooms, but as the sun goes down, choose pretty lighting to continue that spring warmth into the evening. Pooky Lighting’s online shop is always a joy to browse with its colourful collection of lamp shades and beautiful metal and glass moulded lights. For the kitchen, we love their art deco, vintage lights and glass lampshades to add unique accents to the kitchen while keeping the room bright!

The Curated Store


As usual, The Curated Store has some amazing new pieces in for spring. It’s a design-led pop up shop showcasing a monthly rotation of small independent businesses in Stow-on-the-Wold. This month they have Catherine from @gathereduk exhibiting a mix of arts, furniture and decorative accessories; Emma from @cosy_em selling her cosy comfortable clothing and accessories with a modern spin, and many other fabulous brands.



Bailey, based in Ross on Wye is a stylish online store, selling a range of Scandi inspired homewares, including Enamel cookware - perfect for laid-back ‘oven to table’ cooking. The collection of colourful enamelware made in Ukraine is on our list of must-haves for springtime picnics!

The Crock


The Crock in Stow-on-Wold is a brilliantly stocked cook shop with brands including JosephJoseph, Kilner, Portmerion and Emma Bridgewater, whose iconic crockery and kitchenware is the perfect addition to any country kitchen.

Cotswolds Trading


Another great destination homeware store in Broadway, Cotswolds Trading is a treasure trove of kitchenalia, from stylish tin storage, to glassware and beautiful gifts too. Stocking independent brands as well as household names including The Beeswax Wrap Company, Cath Kidston and Garden Trading.

Cornflower & Calico


Cornflower & Calico in Stroud is a proper independent homewares emporium - stocking ethical, Fairtrade and handmade interiors brands, including Cornishware and Dana Deep Indigo Pottery. For beautiful baskets, candles, gifts and those 'finishing touches', it's a must for any interiors lovers.

Procook Cirencester


Procook in Cirencester is a must-visit for any GBBO-wannabes. Stocking every shaped tin, utensil and kitchen gadget you could dream of (and more), the quality is fantastic and built to last.