Posted on March 13, 2020
Broadway Cookshop has been in the village since 1991, stocking household brands including Dualit, Magimix and Le Creuset - they have all the gadgets you could wish for, plus professional bits of kit and gorgeous tablelinens too. We love the pastel 'Calm Collection' from Le Creuset for pretty Easter tables.
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 timeless white with navy rim is smart enough to display on open-shelves for a nostalgic feel.
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.
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 Orla Kiely, Cath Kidston and Garden Trading.
Cornflower & Calico in Stroud is a proper independent homewares emporium - stocking ethical, Fairtrade and handmade interiors brands, including Nkuku (pictured). For beautiful baskets, candles, gifts and those 'finishing touches', it's a must for any interiors lovers.
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.