Divine Dreams News

This is the area we broadcast the news for Divine Dreams. Whether it is displaying information on events and exhibitions, highlighting a particularly special antique bedstead we have recently discovered or showcasing a new finish we have developed, this is place to read all about it…

Introducing – Dog Beds

Introducing – Dog Beds

If you can have the best in a luxury bed, why not your pet dog or cat?

Introducing our new concept of pet beds constructed from the runners and panels of original antique beds. These come in all sizes in metal and wood and are suitable for the largest Great Dane or the smallest Chihuahua.

New Colour – Driftwood

New Colour – Driftwood

Introducing a new colour for our range of hand paint finishes. The chalky white over pink and burgundy textured finish has been described as the colour of sun soaked and salt bleached driftwood. This antique cast iron four poster bed is ideal for displaying this layered finish, which has the perfect tones for an interior design inspired by the ocean, the harbour or the beach.

Driftwood is a versatile colour suitable for both metal and wooden beds.

Divine Dreams at Royal Welsh Show

royal-welsh-show-logo-1We had a successful four days exhibiting at the Royal Welsh Show back in July and were very lucky in that it seemed the whole of the British summer squeezed into those few days. In fact the Royal Welsh was the only major exhibition event of 2012 not to be affected by the dire weather. A record breaking 241,099 visitors took advantage of the balmy July and, although we cannot claim all those attended our stand, many heads were turned by our eye-catching display, especially the blue verdigris cast iron four poster bed. Overall we had a steady flow of interest and some good leads.

This was the first exhibition we have done as Divine Dreams, having previously exhibited in Weston Park and the RHS Tatton Park as Seventh Heaven in 2008. Judging by the response we had it will be the start of many exhibitions to come. Maybe this year we might turn our attention again to Tatton Park and even to the Hampton Court flower show. Watch this space…