Time to design: here is everything you need to know about Neptune Home

PUBLISHED: 12:11 22 May 2020 | UPDATED: 12:11 22 May 2020

Neptune - www.neptune.com

Neptune - www.neptune.com

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It started with a hammock. Made around a kitchen table, their first-ever product was stitched with careful hands, a trusty sewing machine and a large dose of optimism.

That was back in 1996 in rural Wiltshire, things have moved on somewhat since then but Neptune’s approach to designing and making remains the same.

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The hammock has evolved into a very select collection of beautiful furniture and accessories, and a few pairs of hands have become hundreds, but the care, the commitment, the love and even that kitchen table very much remains. Neptune use natural, respecting traditional craft as much as modern making. From kitchens to bathrooms, from natural oak to hand-painted finishes, from lighting to florals, and from dressers to beds, this is the Neptune whole home concept.

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A Neptune store is a place to experience their approach design and take your time to work out what works for you. Their expert teams are on hand to help with the design process, give advice and even offer you a cup of coffee and biscuit while you are there.

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For more information or to find your nearest store visit www.neptune.com

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