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  1. Quill, an Interior blend of Vintage and Industrial
    Quill, an Interior blend of Vintage and Industrial Once a designer shopper's paradise, King Street is quickly becoming a fine dining location. Originally known as the Bond Street of the North, our focus for this week's city guide will bring a new blend of life to the city centre street. In addition to this, the owners of Didsbury's Chalk Bar and Grill...
  2. Hibernating Interior Styles At The Cosy Club
    The Cosy Club, Hibernating Interior Styles The Cosy Club. Manchester has always had a rainy reputation. However with rain and cold weather comes the need for cosy, warm and welcoming establishments. To coincide with this week's Hibernate at Home Interior trend, we took a trip to our native Manchester City Centre. We saw the cosy, cushty and welcoming styles of Cosy...
  3. Cosy Cabin Interior Inspiration at The Nags Head, Haughton
    We've moved further afield this week for our city guide. Taking a trip over the hills to the quaint hamlet of Haughton in Cheshire. Here you'll find the exquisite Nags Head, a landmark, half timbered public house that dates as far back as 1629. This 17th Century Grade 2 listed building just oozes character and a welcoming warmth with both interior and...
  4. Interior Inspiration at The Botanist, Leeds
    Interior Inspiration at The Botanist, Leeds To coincide with this weeks Botanical interior theme. What better place to review than The Botanist in Leeds... From the same creative minds that brought you Manchester's Oast House, The Alchemist and Grand Pacific to name just a few. In 2013 Living Ventures blessed us with another fab themed bar/restaurant to sink our teeth into. This...
  5. Litecraft City Guide : Manchester - Gaucho
    Happy Halloween guys!! Well it’s Thursday so that means it’s time for our weekly City Guide and this week we looked at the super stunning Gaucho Restaurant just off Deansgate in Manchester. The fact that this place was once an old Methodist church and the building is grade 2 listed we thought it would be perfect for Halloween. Gaucho is an Argentinian...
  6. Litecraft City Guide: Manchester – Teacup on Thomas St
    Litecraft City Guide: Manchester – Teacup on Thomas St You’ll find this quirky little eatery nestled in the trendy back streets of Manchester’s Northern Quarter. This quaint tea shop is the brainchild of Mr Scruff, a Music producer, DJ and cartoonist. A lovely little gem worth a visit if you’re a fan of leaf teas, home baked cakes and hearty...
  7. Litecraft City Guide: Manchester - The Oast House
    The Oast House Nestled in the heart of Manchester’s Business District, you’ll find this stunning piece of home-made architecture sitting comfortably but distinctly in-between the high rise glass offices and concrete Crown Court building of Spinningfield’s Crown Square. We absolutely love this building, showcasing original Kentish Oast House design the 16th Century Tudor Style Building was transferred brick by brick...

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