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John Lewis Black Jewellery Box with Key
Keep treasures and trinkets safe in this sleek black jewellery box. Its lid features an attractive cut-out fretwork, allowing you to admire the contents even from the outside. It has several compartments, to keep earrings, rings, bracelets and necklaces separate and tangle-free.
John Lewis Blyton Fabric
This plain, woven fabric is suitable for upholstery when used with an interliner.
James Fullarton - Yachts Marina
Now you can have fabulous artwork in a size to fit your space! The high-quality image resolution creates exceptional clarity, depth and richness of colour that really enlivens your walls. Simply select a frame, then the desired size. You can go frameless, have a contemporary ‘rim’, or choose a classic frame for the finishing touch. Your finished piece will be made up and delivered within 14 working days. Handmade from FSC-certified ash wood, the rims and frames come in a choice of styles and colours. Framing options, explained: Frameless: A canvas print stretched onto a concealed wooden frame. Gives your walls a sophisticated ‘gallery’ look. Rim: A stretched canvas print sat in a chunky and substantial wooden panel. Creates a ‘boxed’ look when hung from the wall. Frame: A giclée print on paper presented in a high-quality white mount, wooden frame moulding, and clear acrylic glazing. All are ready to hang. In line with our timber policy, the wood is from sustainable managed sources. Made to order product This item is made to your specification and so is excluded from our usual returns policy. href="" www.johnlewis.com="" customer-services="" Find out more This does not affect your statutory rights James Fullarton is widely acclaimed as being one of Scotland's finest living artists. Since graduating from Glasgow School of Art in 1969 he has lived and worked on the west coast of Scotland. Painting in both oil and acrylic, he is famed for his powerful still-life, landscape and harbour paintings. James’s work is always filled with vibrant colour and an expressive handling of paint. Inspiration comes from the ever-changing light and its effects on everyday objects. Additional specifications: 110 x 82cm, Framed Canvas, Natural
Jacky Al-Samarraie - Landscape with Horse Framed Print, 104 x 49cm
This serene landscape scene of a grazing horse uses bold and graphic block colours, for a modern and contemporary twist. Comes in an MDF wrapped box frame with decorative black wood grain finish. Jacky Al-Samarraie uses uncomplicated images, sourced from the British countryside, and adds graphic bright blocks of colour to create an eye-catching design. She developed this style during her degree and created The Art Room company in 2007. Her bold landscape images can now be seen on cards, mugs and prints. Al-Samarraie didn't start life as an artist, she originally pursued a career in Social Services. It wasn't until her children grew up that she went back to develop her creative skills; receiving a first honours degree in Graphic Media Communication from Bradford College of Art Design & Textiles.
John Lewis Volary Fabric, Grey
A delicate bird and branch print for a springlike look.
John Lewis Montana 2 Door Wardrobe, Oak
With a wonderfully natural feel and an understated design, the Montana wardrobe takes its lead from sleek Scandinavian style. Made from solid oak and veneers, this piece features two hinged doors and a single drawer with discreet handles for a streamlined shape. Inside a spacious interior with hanging rail offers storage for clothes and shoes. Its tactile natural oak finish lends itself to a variety of interior settings, be they classic or contemporary. Please note: Not all of our ranges are on display in our furniture departments. Please call href="" www.johnlewis.com="" your nearest John Lewis to check before you visit. Interest Free Credit: If you buy this product in our shops, it's eligible for Interest Free Credit, which is available when you spend £1000 or more on selected home products. Terms and conditions apply: href="http://www.johnlewis.com/inspiration-and-advice/interest-free-credit" find out more
John Lewis Bees PVC Tablecloth Fabric, Yellow/Black
If you like your morning toast with honey, why not continue the theme with this bee-print PVC table covering?
John Lewis Botanica Bird Fabric
This elegant damask features a trailing branch and bird design. class="M2M-3101"
Catherine Stephenson - Spring Floral Panel Framed Print, 55.5 x 110.5cm
A beautiful watercolour print, with a stunning, dramatic perspective of height and the power of nature. Splashes of pinks and violets are used against a natural green background to create this floral masterpiece. Born in 1967, Catherine Stephenson has lived in Yorkshire all her life. She began her artistic journey experimenting with watercolours, before pursuing a career in stained-glass design. More recently, her success with her watercolour and ink paintings of quirky street and harbour scenes rank her as a very popular and versatile artist. Have you thought about hooks and fittings? Shop href="/browse/home-garden/diy-home-decorating/picture-hooks-fittings/_/N-csk?intcmp=home_ao_picturehooksandfittings" here .
John Lewis Bird on a Wire Wallpaper
This quirky design of stylised birds is ideal for a feature wall.
The juxtaposition of man and nature is highlighted by the simplicity of this technique. A tall pylon stands dominating the field with this lonesome cow. A bold black cut out is contrasted with the bright white background, drama is added with the citrus yellow block of colour. This long photo frame is the perfect size for hanging over a mantel or above a sofa. The print is presented in a beautiful scored mount, emphasising the print, and is in a decorative MDF wrapped frame that was a contemporary black grained wood finish. Jacky Al-Samarraie uses uncomplicated images, sourced from the British countryside, and adds graphic bright blocks of colour to create an eye-catching design. She developed this style during her degree and created The Art Room company in 2007. Her bold landscape images can now be seen on cards, mugs and prints. Al-Samarraie didn't start life as an artist, she originally pursued a career in Social Services. It wasn't until her children grew up that she went back to develop her creative skills; receiving a first honours degree in Graphic Media Communication from Bradford College of Art Design & Textiles.