Hines ResellersHines of Oxford supply many home accessory and lifestyle shops both in the United Kingdom and worldwide. Below you can see just some companies that buy Hines products. If you wish to become a Hines stockist or reseller please click here and register your interest.
Blenheim Palace is a monumental country house situated in Woodstock, Oxfordshire, England. It is the principal residence of the Dukes of Marlborough and the only non-royal non-episcopal country house in England to hold the title of Palace. Located in the visitor centre, the award winning East Courtyard shop provides a variety of gifts and products for visitors to purchase.
Hines of Oxford worked closely with Blenheim Palace to create a range of custom tapestry products to sell in the giftshop. Most notably, Hines designed and had woven a range of cushions, footstools and other home accessories with the Duke of Marlborough's coat of arms. These striking products are beautifully displayed all year round for discerning visitors to buy.
Established in 1839, this upmarket outfitters first opened on The Strand in London. In 1877 the business then transferred to Piccadilly with Eric Clapton currently owning the company since 2003. Cordings supply fine quality tweed suits, hacking jackets, shooting accessories and a range of country gifts and home accessories.
Cordings have been stocking Hines cushions for over 3 years with popular designs selected from the Hines Country collection. Each cushion has a Cordings woven label sewn onto the velvet back making it a truely unique gift from London. In 2016, Cordings opened a further store in Harrogate and Hines provided a range of cushions to be sold at the new outlet.
Gump's, San Fransisco
Established in 1861, Gump's is devoted to exquisite craftsmanship from international designers and artisans. Gump's capitalised on the newly minted millionaires from the Californian Gold Rush showing an interest in old world art and new world design.
Gump's buy cushion covers from Hines for their mail order catalogue that is distributed to millions of customers from coast to coast in the United States.
The National Trust is a UK based charity caring for places of historic interest or natural beauty in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. It is the largest membership organisation in the United Kingdom with over 4.24 million members. Founded in 1895, the Trust has been preserving properties for all to enjoy.
The National Trust stock a range of William Morris, Beatrix Potter and Country tapestry cushions and home accessories for selling in their gift shops up and down England. The Hines team meet regularly with key decision makers within the Trust's retail team to decide collections for new seasons and to ensure that members are getting the best possible product when shopping at National Trust giftshops.
English Heritage cares for over 400 historic buildings, monuments and sites from world-famous prehistoric sites such as Stonehenge to grand medieval castles, Roman forts on the edges of the Empire and a Cold War bunker! Through these properties, English Heritage bring the story of England to life for over 10 million people each and every year.
In addition to supplying English Heritage with tapestries from stock, Hines of Oxford created a custom cushion for Stonehenge, a promiment English Heritage site in Wiltshire. The design team at Hines worked closely with the retail and merchandising team at English Heritage to create a truely unique cushion of the best quality.
Founded in 1985, Areen Design is a leading Interior Design, Architecture and Procurement company based in West London. Recent projects include the design and furnishing of extensive private residences for the Saudi Arabian Royal Family, private London residences, King Abdulaziz International Airport and a Specialist Children's Hospital in Saudi Arabia.
Hines of Oxford worked closely with Areen to supply tapestries for a large private residence of a Saudi Arabian Royal Family member. The Areen Design team met with Hines in London to set out the design brief of the Palace decor and how Hines tapestries were to be used to enhance the interior design. Hines then came up with a proposal to supply tapestries with the colours and themes that the design team had specified on time and within budget.
The British Museum
The Museum houses a vast collection of world art and artefacts and is free to all visitors. The origins of the Museum lie in the will of the physician and collector Sir Hans Sloane (1660-1753). Over his lifetime, Sloane collected more than 71,000 objects which he wanted to be preserved and in 1753 the Museum was established by an Act of Parliament.
Hines supply the British Museum with tapestries and cushion covers for their world-renowned giftshop in London. With nearly 6.5 million visitors every year, the Museum is one of the most visited attractions in the UK alongside the National Gallery, Tate Modern and the Natural History Museum.
House of Bruar
House of Bruar has an unsurpassed reputation for being the preeminent Scottish country clothing provider in the UK thanks to their insistance on high-quality goods. Often described as the 'Harrods of the North', House of Bruar is an independent department store selling clothing, food and home accessories from the heart of Scotland on the edge of the beautiful Cairngorms National Park.
For many years Hines of Oxford have supplied the Present Shop at House of Bruar with fine tapestries, cushions, furniture and home accessories. Since 2016, Hines have also supplied items for the House of Bruar home furnishings mail order catalogue which has been a great sucess. If in the area, we highly recommend visiting the store for a truely unique experience.
Based near York, Castle Howard is one of Britain's finest stately homes, an 18th Century residence set within 1,000 acres of breathtaking landscape. The Yorkshire stately home boasts world-renowned works of art and stunning architecture having been designed by Sir John Vanbrugh and built with the assistance of Nicholas Hawksmoor.
With close connections to William Morris, Castle Howard stocks a large range of items from Hines of Oxford. Tapestries, cushions and home accessories in William Morris designs can be found and purchased from the lovely Carriage House giftshop at Castle Howard. With nearly 3 million visitors a year, it is well worth a visit when in Yorkshire!
Liberty of London
Established in 1875, Liberty of London has been at the same location in London's famous Regent Street ever since. Described by Oscar Wilde as the 'Chosen resort of the artistic shopper', Liberty remains a 'go to' destination for the discerning customer with fine quality clothing, scarves, cosmetics, toiletries and home furnishing accessories.
Hines of Oxford have been supplying Liberty with tapestries and cushions for many years. The most recent addition to items stocked by Liberty are Piccasso cushions in a number of styles. Visit the London store or go to the Liberty website to view the collection for yourself and see the fabulous cushions.
Fortnum & Mason
Fortnum and Mason flagship store has been located on Londons famous Piccadilly since 1707. Founded by Hugh Mason and William Fortnum, the company originally started by sellling Candle Wax from Queen Anne's half burnt candles! Fortnum & Mason are famous worldwide for their fine hampers, preserves, biscuits and tea and enjoy the offical title of the 'Queen's grocer'. They also claim to have invented the Scotch Egg in 1738 for travellers!
Hines of Oxford have supplied Fortnum & Mason with cushions, throws and other small home accessories and share many values as long-established British brands on the High Street.
E J Churchill
E J Churchill is an award-winning shooting ground near High Wycombe, just west of London. Voted the best shooting ground in the United Kingdom in 2014, they are proud to hold the World English Sporting Championship in 2014 and 2016. Set amongst 40 acres of woodland on the West Wycombe Estate, the shooting ground comprises of over 100 clay shooting stands.
Just to one side of the Shooting ground carpark is a lovely store and cafe offering members the opportunity to purchase fine quality clothing, shooting accessories, timepieces and sporting gifts. Hines supply E J Churchill with country themed cushions and home accessories for the shop.
Shackletons Home & Garden
Shackletons, an award-winning, family-run lifestyle store situated in the heart of the beautiful Ribble Valley, Clitheroe, sell inspiring indoor and outdoor furniture and home accessories from their beautiful destination store in Lancashire. As well as products avaialble to buy instore, Shackletons also offer an interior design service with help from design experts in store.
Shackletons Home & Garden stock Country and William Morris cushions and home accessories from Hines of Oxford collections. The merchandising team at Shacketons display Hines products throughout the home furnishings areas in the store using Hines cushions and accessories to dress sofas and chairs on the shop floor to great effect.
Wadswick Country Store
Wadswick Country Store was founded over 25 years ago and is still family-run. Based in Wiltshire near Bath, Wadswick Country Store is a high-end equestrian store selling horse-riding gear, clothing and boots including a range of gifts and home accessories. Wadswick pride themselves on stocking only the best brands available such as Ariat, Barbour, Charles Owen, Dubarry, Joules, Mountain Horse, Pikeur and Schoffel.
As Wadwick Country Store enjoy a clientele with very specific interests and pursuits, they stock Hines Country collection of cushions and home accessories offering their customers good quality home accessories for their own homes or to give as gifts.
Arts & Crafts Living
Arts & Crafts Living specialise in home interiors and gifts in the style of the Arts & Crafts era. Products in designs by William Morris, Charles Rennie Mackintosh, Voysey and Frank Lloyd Wright are stocked at Arts & Crafts. Arts & Crafts motto is that 100 years after this era it is better to buy 1 or 2 well made products that will stand the test of time than to buy a quantity of inferior products!
Hines of Oxford supply William Morris and English Decorative items to Arts & Crafts Living. Tapestry cushions, draught excluders, doorstops and tapestries are all available in designs by Hines of Oxford.
The former Cotswold retreat of William Morris himself, Kelmscott Manor is an archetypal gabled limestone manor in the pretty villiage of Kelmscott, West Oxfordshire. The manor dates from around 1570, with an additional late 17th Century wing and is Grade 1 listed on the National Heritage List for England.
With an important link to William Morris, who lived in the house from 1871 to his death in 1896, Kelmscott Manor giftshop is full to the brim with gifts and home accessories in William Morris designs. Hines have been supplying the giftshop for many years with English Decorative products including tapestry cushions and wall hangings.
Set in a beautiful Grade 2 listed building, this former 19th Century Merchant's House in Wiveliscombe is a showcase for a stunning range of home accessories and fabrics. Family owned and run, the shop has a number of floors that are full of home furnishing displays from top to bottom. Stocking only the best, Courthouse Interiors look for luxury top of the range items to offer their customers.
Hines supply Courthouse Interiors with a range of cushions and home accessories including small stools over a few collections from Country to English Decorative. You can browse through their stunning displays at your leisure and visit their classic coffee shop in store for refreshments!
Established in 1883, William Evans have been making exceptional shotguns and supplying shooting accessories for the sporting gentleman. In the centre of 'Club Land', William Evans strives to offer great service and sporting advice, with a branch also in the heart of the Surrey countryside at Bisley Shooting Ground.
William Evans also stock a range of footstools, cushions and furniture from Hines of Oxford in their prestigeious shop on St James Street, London.