New design hub for North West

The North West’s new dynamic design hub is throwing its doors open to visitors in Windermere on Saturday (Oct 10).

Special Spaces on Woodland Road brings together the very latest in smart home technology with the best interior design and furnishing.

The opening event will allow visitors to see state of the art home cinema, audio and lighting set into custom built furniture in an ideal-home setting. There’s  a cinema room with full Dolby Atmos,  multi-room audio products,  a bespoke iPad control system, security & CCTV systems, and hand made furniture and interior design set in four new kitchen layouts and two ned bedrooms.

The project marks the start of a partnership between two dynamic young companies, home technology specialists Epixx, and craft furniture creators Lakeland Fells Furniture.

Epixx are the north’s leading independent consultants and designers specialising in home cinema, HDTV, lighting, music and home security. Lakeland Fells Furniture have won a reputation for top quality furniture and fittings for some of the leading hotels in the region.


They are joined at Special Spaces by award-winning interior designer Alison Tordoff whose Fidget Design furnishings and décor will set off the installations, and glass artist Jo Vincent who has created a stunning glass kitchen splashback. It is a truly Cumbrian venture: carpets have come from John Barraclough at Wools of Cumbria Carpets, and there are paintings by Lake District artist Julie Ann Scott.


The open day, with drinks, nibbles, and the chance to try out equipment, runs from 1.30 till 9pm on Saturday and visitors are welcome to call in at any time.

Special Spaces: Woodland Road, Windermere

015394 40030







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