About- theoldmortuary

IMG_6968theoldmortuary.design is a virtual space to gather together the creative output and interests of two women who love anything to do with Art, Music, Interior Design, Contemporary Design, Style and Lifestyle 

This website represents our eclectic interests in all things cultural and stylish with a focus on South West England, but not exclusively so. We hunt out intriguing spaces and stylish interiors. We are constantly on the hunt for items, artefacts and businesseses that suit theoldmortuary aesthetic.

We will happily write sponsored blogs or pages, if the subject or aesthetic fits comfortably with theoldmortuary. design. If you have a space, project or business that you would like us to promote, please get in touch.

Sometimes we write for other publications , we reproduce those articles once they have been published by the commissioning publication.

We accept tickets to Festivals , Openings and Events and will always write an article that fits in well with our lifestyle ideals. On the whole if we can’t say something nice we don’t say anything at all, the one exception to this is poor service which is harmful to style, atmosphere and return business but is usually pretty easy to fix.

The Old Mortuary is also a real space. Last year, we converted the old mortuary and Chapel of Repose next door to our existing cottage, into a multi-function space with an art studio to the rear.

We are, Hannah, a coffee addict, and Juliet, a tea addict, love everything about art, design, food and style. We have recently re-located to Saltash in Cornwall, UK. Originally from Saltash, we have spent the last ten years working in London and living in the “Golden Triangle” that is Crystal Palace.

theoldmortuary.design is the place where we put all our creative ideas and inspirations.

We both have a medical background, specialising in Medical Imaging but with a life- long love of design and architecture. We are currently studying Letterpress Printing at Plymouth College of Art and Design. Our creative, cultural and epicurean adventures are often shared by our dogs.





Their input to theoldmortuary is immense, but they prefer us to ghost write their input.