Meet the Moon Makers #1

Friday, 29 July 2016 by
Meet the Makers JASMINE HEADER

Through monthly posts, we’d like to introduce you to more of the team behind the scenes at Abraham Moon & Sons with a series of 5 minute interviews, hopefully giving you a better insight into the people behind the product. With 250 staff to choose from we estimate this gives us about 21 years worth of

Our brand new brochures are now both available in their entirety online in both an e-book format and as a downloadable PDF. The Interiors Brochure launched at Pulse London Exhibition and includes our very latest collections of throws & cushions, such as the Geometric Doublesquare design and all of the popular new Shetland Fern, Berry,

Shetland Grey 2016

      You may have noticed the addition on our product pages of our lifestyle photography, aimed to give you the very best idea of how our design & colour stories sit together (as well as hopefully one or two personal ideas for your own home!). We’ve also just completed capturing our very latest collections,

New Shetland Collection 2016

Welcome back! The Bronte by Moon blog is a year older (but not necessarily a year wiser) and finally back up and running for the new year. It’s been a whirlwind start with seven trade shows already under our belt across all three of our product divisions and eight new collection launches to boot. We’ll explore all

With the mill winding down for the year (finished on 22nd December!), we thought we’d take a quick hop through our 2015 posts and see which were the most shared, liked, and retweeted of the bunch. It’s certainly been a busy old year at Bronte by Moon; a Royal visit, a new showroom, and more product

Photoshoot: Behind the Scenes

Thursday, 03 December 2015 by
Bronte Photoshoot Blog (5)

Earlier in the week we had a visit from our lifestyle photographer Harry Archer to take shots of a few of our new collections for 2016. Elemental Throws & Cushions, revised colours in our Spot Check Scarves and the brand new Dales Scarf range for AW16/17 were all in front of the lens as we shot in and