Welcome to the Natalia Willmott Press Office

Welcome to the Natalia Willmott Press Office

Products from this company are shipped to: all countries globally and are located in: United Kingdom

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DISCOVER A CURATED COLLECTION OF BEAUTIFUL AND INDIVIDUAL PIECES FOR YOUR HOME

I specialise in creating individual looks by sourcing unusual, undiscovered and sometimes unique arts and crafts and antiques for my private clients, interior designers and my web shop. I am passionate about finding pieces for my clients to enjoy for many years, that are well made and that have a story. I believe your home reflects who you are and you need to surround yourselves with pieces that make you feel good , bring joy and create memories. 

Collections

Latest images

26/09/22

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Green marble plate

Natalia Willmott

Green marble plate

Natalia Willmott

26/09/22
£30

26/09/22

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Holly berry olive wood board

Natalia Willmott

Holly berry olive wood board

Natalia Willmott

26/09/22
£33

26/09/22

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Geometric star shaped candleholder

Natalia Willmott

Geometric star shaped candleholder

Natalia Willmott

26/09/22
£38

26/09/22

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Pair of Galaxy tumblers

Natalia Willmott

Pair of Galaxy tumblers

Natalia Willmott

26/09/22
£36

26/09/22

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Pair of Tropical Champagne saucers

Natalia Willmott

Pair of Tropical Champagne saucers

Natalia Willmott

26/09/22
£36

26/09/22

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Block printed tea towel/hand towel

Natalia Willmott

Block printed tea towel/hand towel

Natalia Willmott

26/09/22
£12

24/08/22

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Waterlilies reflection Claude Monet style pastel by Marie Hatfield

Natalia Willmott

Waterlilies reflection Claude Monet style pastel by Marie Hatfield

Natalia Willmott

24/08/22
£250

24/08/22

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Kutnu vintage silk stripes cushion from Gaziantep

Natalia Willmott

Kutnu vintage silk stripes cushion from Gaziantep

Natalia Willmott

24/08/22
£120

Press releases

26/08/22

How I created a Christmas mantelpiece with a paper bag












































































I recently participated in a charity event for Smart Work Leeds- a charity helping women dress confidently to help them secure interviews and jobs.

I bought some second hand clothes and they were put in a white paper bag. When I returned home and put my clothes in my wadrobe I was left with this big white paper bag.
 
As a stylist I had been thinking on how to decorate my mantelpiece for Christmas, I wanted to do something different. For a few years now in interiors magazines, there nearly has been a "competition" on the wildest and most flamboyant mantel decoration. What if I did it more simply? What if I used elements I had, elements that I could recycle, elements which wouldnt cost the earth?

I suddenly had the idea to use the paper bag and started cutting out triangles, I found some foil papers in my cupboard and I started decorating these triangles. As the glue dried, the paper started curling and creating these wonderful flowing shapes. I then decided to string them with some very fine wire I had and attach them to the mirror. The triangles adorned with beautiful colours  (often found on glass baubles)  reflected the light by day and by night and into the beautiful mirror.

I also decorated the mantel with some antique and vintage cut glass and vintage baubles. The cut glass, art work and candleholder are available in my shop. Everything took me a few hours but it was lovely to craft and relax and see my vision slowly taking shape.

What do you think?

more images relating to this mantel can be found here

https://www.pressloft.com/app/press-office/nataliawillmotthomedecor/collections/14569

















































































































06/07/22

Christmas mocktail- Passion pêche in beautiful glassware












































































"As a non alcohol drinker I wanted to create a "mocktail" that woud be delicious and not too sweet"
Natalia Willmott

Here is the recipe for the Passion pêche mocktail 
 
serves 2

50 ml peach juice
one fresh passion fruit
half a lime
Fever tree light passion fruit and lime tonic water or any tonic water
a dried apricot and slice of lime

 

Place 50 ml of peach juice (like Granini) in a shaker (or a smootie maker) with one passion fruit give it a good shake, then add 5 ice cubes and shake again.

strain into a little jug or cocktail glass and top with tonic water...it creates a lovely fizz at the top of the glass which makes it look festive.

Serve with a dried appricot and slice of lime on the rim of the glass. Serve in a beautiful glass- the glass is important- they don't always have to be reserved for cocktails.

Choose from our tropical glasses, vintage antique champagne coupes, vintage cut glass tumblers or a great set from the 1950's with star design.

Style on a sidebaord with art work and gifts or on a lovely tray or platter.

For more photos please fo to our press offie and look at the folder named Mocktail.
 










































































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