A vintage wooden embroidery box featuring french inscriptions around the
sides and a sealed-glass museum lid. A brass lock to the front allows
access to a large compartment, perfect for storing all the little
essentials you need for sewing.
The latest addition to our best selling amore furniture collection, perfect for a busy hallway, with 2 shelves and 3 deep drawers. Comes fully assembled. Fantastic quality that will last a lifetime. A natural preserved finish that will suit a country home.
Whether it is to keep warm on those chilly days or to add style to a bedroom, living room or snug. Dibor have a great selection of throws to choose from. Make any place confortable and stylish with coordinating cushions.
Create your wedding list with our Wedding Service.
Creating your wish list is easy. Follow step by step instructions to help you, and you can add or delete items until you are completely satisfied with the result.
Once the list has been created, you need to tell everyone how to view it. We make this easy for you by designing a personal card which could go inside the wedding invitations informing guests the address of the wedding list site, and provides a registration code which corresponds to your list. Friends and family can buy gifts from your list online or by phone up to six weeks before your celebration. They can request our latest brochure to be sent to them by quoting your reference number.
This convenient service enables you to update details as often as you like, and of course as items are purchased from the list they will automatically be flagged up as no longer available, so that there is no danger of receiving duplicated gifts. After your wedding day we'll send you a list of who bought what to help you write your thank you cards! Create your list now!
Made from hardwoods in a french perrier design with carry handle to top and 3 deep well proportioned compartments that will securly hold tumblers, hi balls, and bottles with a diameter of up to 9cm. Perfect for alfresco dining.
With summer approaching and the year flying by at what feels like record pace, it shouldn't be too long until we're digging out the sandals, donning our sun hats and slapping on a bit of sun cream. With the disappointing weather last year, it certainly feels like we've earned a reprieve - hopefully mother nature will agree and grant us plenty of glorious sunshine this time round.
Here at Dibor, we've been preparing accordingly with a range of new products specially designed for the summer season. I'm sure they will prove to be a hit with any Dibor fan, combining the quintessential character of rustic France, with a light and airy nuance embodying everything we love about summer.
Over the last few weeks, I have been working on a catalogue designed to show off this exciting new range. Available to everyone subscribed to our mailing list, it is flying off the printing presses as I type and should start winging its way around the country shortly.
As part of the new summer collection, we have filled the catalogue with brand new photography, shot on location in a 17th century Yorkshire cottage. This beautiful imagery presents the products in their full glory, and will give you a reason to keep on revisiting the literature.
Shot using our in house design team, we're proud to say that nothing has been outsourced - from design to photography it's 100% Dibor.
The image on the right shows the cover shot composition (see first image) being set up. Luckily we were treated to some lovely weather through the week we had the cottage, giving us near perfect light to shoot with.
If you haven't already signed up to the mailing list and would like to receive your free copy, it isn't too late. Visit www.dibor.co.uk/CatalogueRequest.asp and fill in the form there.
So I hope you all enjoy the catalogue and find something you can treat yourself or someone else to. Richard Morton, designer.
Hi I’m Harrie, I started at Dibor on 31 October 2011 (Halloween, I know, what
a day to start a new job)!However, rather than a horror show, my work at Dibor has been great! I enjoy working in such a creative role within a fantastic company.
As a designer I deal with various creative elements. This can be anything from designing and producing e-mails and web updates to flyers and brochures. Follow this link to register if you haven’t already!
Other aspects include the production of images on location (sounds good doesn’t it)! We recently completed a photo shoot for new products. My main focus was the styling for the shoot. We want the Dibor products to look as good as they really are; therefore we need to get good images in order for the customer to really appreciate the products. This was tricky at first as our location was covered in a thick blanket of fog – not good lighting for photography. No matter how much styling work goes in, that amount of fog was not allowing us to capture the products to the full potential we knew we could achieve. However, the eagerly anticipated sun we hoped would make an appearance finally shone through! This is my favorite image of the shoot. What a great item for the garden, perfect for summer flowers!