Husband and I took a little trip to the picturesque Lincolnshire town of Stamford yesterday.
A couple of Stamford factoids.....
Stamford was the first town in the country to create a conservation area in 1967 and as a result has retained a rich architectural heritage. Stamford provided the backdrop for television costume dramas such as Middlemarch and the 2005 film Pride and Prejudice and it regularly features as a finalist in the Sunday Times list of the best places to live!
As well as being generally a pleasant place to have a wander and a spot of lunch, Stamford also boasts a number of lovely interiors shops and Snow Designs is one well worth checking out.
Snow Designs and Interiors offers a veritable feast over four floors of interesting and unique products all sourced from independent British designers.
I've fallen in love with this place! It's crammed full of things I could buy. Lighting, furniture, prints, ceramics, mirrors, decorative bits and pieces and more. The shop frontage is really promising and inviting and stepping through the door just delivers on that promise.
Rather than pick out individual items (I would have struggled to narrow it down) I've just included a number of in store shots and would just urge you to pay Snow a visit if you are any where near by. Visit their Facebook page or take a look on the website.
Snow Designs and Interiors, 32 Mary's Street, Stamford. www.snowdesignsandinteriors.com