The whole team here at Betty Twyford are so happy to present the new website. Pretty, clean and new, it’s also fully optimised to work on your tablets and smartphones. We hope that shopping on the new website will be a joy to browse.
As if a shiny new website wasn’t newsworthy enough, Betty has also been creating some new and exciting products; striped textile collections, new enamelware and some fantastic handmade wooden furniture and utility products…
Our new textiles have been named by our creative team to celebrate the Parson and the Bishop. (We imagine they both have a house keeper to keep them in check!) The collections work well with most kitchen schemes and can also be mixed and matched as they look fabulous together.
If you desire a splash of colour, here is Parson’s Green, a beautiful soft Green to bring a little countryside into your kitchen. Imagine hedgerows dazzling with sage, olive and forest greens and the Parsons will sing to you. This colour will compliment your kitchen whether you are a minimalist or a follower of Howard Hodgkin and David Hockney.
The Bishop is a sensible chap and is willing to offer you a straight forward presentation of his Bishops Grey with white and cream ticking. Imagine our Bishop taking tea and crumpet by the fireside. The housekeeper has recently removed the most delicious Pie from the AGA. Stunning in simplicity and style, our Bishops Grey Ticking will fit into almost any kitchen whether it is a Manor House, a Country cottage, modern and eco built or a sweet little Victorian terraced home.
To tempt you towards your goal of domestic goddess supreme, glance at the new enamelware for pretty storage on your counter top. Here we have tea, coffee and sugar canisters, a cake tin and one for tea time (use for cake or biscuits) a bread bin and a flour bin (alert for all bread bakers) and a lovely wash-up tidy for your kitchen sink. The Parson has produced his magic Green again!
Ryelands Wooden Collection
Betty’s secret is her new handmade and wooden collection and we have named it Ryelands (we saw a field of famous Herefordshire sheep nibbling away at the Parsons Green) in honour of all things traditional, steadfast and constant. Ladies and gents look at the wooden ironing board – it is a work of art. Remember to tidy away those muddy wellington boots dear Parson and Bishop, and hang your surplus from Bettys shelf/peg rack. Drape your whites on the handmade and wooden clothes horse (Betty loves it) and to check the Ryelands wooden post box for invitations to tea
Betty wishes you a happy shopping experience with her creative, sensible and beautiful new products on her beautiful new website.
Love Betty x