One week on and we officially have a new home in Haarlem Mill.

Haarlem Mill, located in the Derbyshire market town of Wirksworth, was built in 1777 by the famed industrialist, Sir Richard Arkwright.  It played a significant role in the birth on the Industrial Revolution as it was the very first mill in the world to use the power of steam.  At its peak it employed over 200 workers, making cotton and silks and is said to be the inspiration behind George Eliott’s classic novel ‘The Mill on the Floss’.

The mill is still in the process of being restored and we’re proud to be part of that regeneration, bringing traditional British manufacturing back to this beautiful building.

Our showroom is open for appointments Monday to Friday where you can get your hands on a range of seconds stock with a 30% discount. Book now!

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