Black & Key Update

This month I write not so much a blog, but more a newsletter to share some truly exciting updates with you all! Christmas Offer Take advantage of this fantastic and exclusive offer, for delivery in time for Christmas Day! For the very first time, we are showcasing a special Christmas combination discount if you purchase […]

Spotlight on Mother of Pearl

Some of the very best materials are produced by Mother Nature herself, and we could not be more grateful. This week, we highlight ‘Mother of Pearl’, a mesmerising material used in embellishment within some fundamental pieces of Black & Key furniture. Nacre, or the more commonly known term ‘Mother of Pearl’ is an iridescent combination […]

The Last Straw – Straw Marquetry

If you are yet to witness the incredibly art form that is straw marquetry, please do let me introduce you to this highly skilled, and much desired decorative feature. Just take a moment to analyse our Petite Lombard Mirror. On first glance, it may not seem like much, but this piece has undergone painstaking work […]

The Meaning of Luxury

According to the Oxford Dictionary, the term luxury means: “A state of great comfort or elegance, especially when involving great expense.” I feel as though the term ‘luxury’ has been exploited at present, losing its true essence and significance, instead demonstrating a broad interpretation of an often warped perception. I had always understood the term […]

Product Focus – Malden Sideboard

There are so many gorgeous pieces within the Black & Key range, that it is nigh-on impossible to choose a favourite. If I had it my way, I would kit the entirety of my home with the plethora of glamorous sideboards, console tables, and cabinets! However, I fear that I would get into almighty trouble […]

Crafted by You

There is a common misconception that premium quality and perhaps bespoke furniture is the domain for the wealthy, for those with a interest or whom are directly associated with the interior trade. The truth of the matter is somewhat different. Many of our customers have found that by spending a little more time, focus and […]

Modern v Contemporary

When people talk to us about modern and contemporary design, we are often lead to believe they are the same thing. The key differentiation between the two is that a modern design refers specifically to the architectural style that was popular between the 1900’s and 1950’s. Yet a contemporary design will refer to a style […]

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