Q&A WITH RUSTIC SIMPLICITY - MADE IN SCOTLAND SERIES Posted by James King on Oct 16, 2016 - See original article Rustic Simplicity are husband and wife team James and Anita Peggie who create beautifully-crafted furniture, artwork and more ranging from
Hector the Highland Coo joined us at the beach today - at the lovely Fife coastal village of Aberdour. Hitching a ride in my bag, he was able to have a really good look around.
Custom coos are a great way of telling someone you really care! We can make Highland Coos with the hairy dossan of your choice. Maybe you have a favourite football team, activity or other interest
Your choices really make a difference in more ways than you might think. When you are shopping for gifts to give at special times, just take a few minutes to really think about what you
Little wooden houses Little wooden houses have been on my mind for a while. I've always loved them is all their forms. Fairy houses, tiny houses painted onto scraps of wood, fishermen's cottages, crofts -
Rustic Simplicity - this is one case where the name really does fit the product! According to the dictionary, some of the words 'rustic' means are simple unsophisticated homely rough and ready homespun peasant Even
Highland Coos have captured the imagination of just about everyone who has come to Scotland. With their shaggy coats and horns (and their strange resemblance to hairy mammoths), these animals should instil fear into us.
One day someone asked me if I could make Highland Coos? I thought it was a strange question as I was a maker of Scottish crofts, but I came home and James and I put
Ancient oak trees Not many ancient oak trees remain in Britain. It is said that they mainly disappeared around the time of Napolean - he chopped them all down to build his ships. The oak