Home Decor

Welcome to Home Decor area located above the exhibition space of Gallery 2, in Gallery 3, and next to The Gallery Café & Deli on the 1st floor.

Entering Gallery 3 up from Gallery 2 or down from The Gallery Café & Deli, you will find a wonderful variety of Jersey made goods, from beautiful hand made jewellery by Victoria Liddell working in her studio, wood turning by Martin Cotillard, colourful glass platters from Clare Morvan, Papercuts and more from Georgie Ng, Willow Rose wooden wall and free standing home decor, the Pottery Shed ceramics and Sam’s Creations of textile and wool, Carla Butler and Abi Overland prints, quirky Pebble Love framed pictures, a wonderful choice of knitting yarns and patterns, needles and hooks in Entrelac Yarns,  gifts plus lots more! New work is added weekly so make sure you pop in regularly!


Victoria Liddell is a self taught silversmith. She uses a mixture of traditional silversmith skills and new techniques in her designs, for example, silver clay. She makes her jewellery using freshwater pearls and natural gemstones. She is inspired by nature, items she discovers and colours of the season. She uses real leaves to imprint into her designs and creates moulds from shells she finds on the beaches in Jersey.


Entrelac Yarns sells a wide variety of yarns, knitting needles and crochet hooks, patterns, accessories and kits. Our ranges include Louisa Harding, Intercontinental yarns, Rico, Toft Alpaca, and Wool and the Gang.

We run a regular weekly drop-in clinic. Come down to the Gallery on Tuesdays, both afternoons and  evenings between 3pm and 5.30pm, 6.30pm and 9pm if you have a yearning to learn, a problem project or simply want to knit or crochet and chat in a relaxed environment. One to one tuition and group workshops are also available. Contact Hazel McLaren on  entrelacyarns@gmail.com or 07797 918788


The Pottery Shed is the creation of Karen Hibbs and produces a range of pottery for kitchen, home and decorative use using a number of different styles and glazing techniques, from hand painted images of animals, birds and nature to more experimental pieces where glazes are used to travel over each other during a firing so you are never sure what the end result will be until you open the lid of the kiln!


Sam Shield produces a wide variety of crafts and artwork. All items are crafted in Jersey and are unique. These range from knitting, textile, needle felt, tapestry, polymer clay, pottery, jewellery, candles and mosaic.

Sam says she has been interested in all forms of art from a very young age and has actively participated in local craft fayres and various artistic events for years. Most of her ideas come from the internet, books and magazines, or from seeing an idea and adapting it. When she is on holiday, she always keep a notebook handy to sketch ideas on her return home.