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Welcome to Angel&Boho proud purveyors of fine fabrics, furniture and fripperies! Angel&Boho is the home of an Angel at my Table and our sister design company Boho&Co.

Whether you are browsing around or buying large or small items remember that we are a small family-run company who really do bend over backwards to offer something different and to keep you all happy! We set great store in our personal service and hope that you agree that our customer service goes above and beyond the essential. We design
our furniture ranges and fabrics and carefully curate home wares to compliment our style, our Boho&Co fabric and wallpaper collections continues to grow, with inspiration from our growing archive of antique documents, fabrics and embroideries.

A VERY SHORT HISTORY...

After many years of slogging away at various careers and stints in foreign lands - we hit on the idea of painting vintage French furniture and flogging it alongside any bits and pieces we felt fitted our burgeoning 'look'. We opened our first shop in Saffron Walden in Essex in 1997, followed by the second shop in London in 2000 and in 2003, a large store in Belfast - it became clear by 2004 that we were spreading ourselves too thin - buying trips, shop displays, occasionally producing a catalogue, delivering fragile pieces ourselves (as some of our customers can ascertain!), and trying to find the time to design and shoot our stuff - it was all too much, especially when our beloved London shop was hit simultaneously with loss of local parking and an untenable rent increase - we decided it was time to regroup, retreat to the countryside and concentrate on a web and catalogue business. In 2014, we began to work on fabric and product designs under the brand name Boho&Co, it became clear that it would be simpler to merge the two companies, so, in 2016, we started trading as Angel&Boho. Since then, we have continued to add to our unique ranges of furniture and fabrics, with a new, extensive cushion collection planned for 2019/20, alongside new styles of dining bench, fabrics and wallpapers and a range of trade furniture, designed especially for home refurb projects.

Thanks for visiting!


Updated September 2019