Where We Began
Originally established in the historic market town of Harrogate, Dibor has come a long way since its inception in 2010. Now, nestled deep in the old industrial heartlands and rolling hills of West Yorkshire, Dibor operates from within a beautiful, historic textile mill. Built from Yorkshire stone over a hundred years ago and brimming with history, there couldn’t be a more fitting place for our products to live and breathe. Family owned and fronted by a small group of specialist staff, we strive to source special finds from inspiring cultural corners of the world.
Dedicated to providing only the finest quality products, our wide variety of French country, farmhouse, and shabby chic style home accessories are the ultimate in timeless elegance. Made from the best quality, sustainably sourced materials, our products are designed to last for years to come, striking the perfect balance between practicality and style.
With a strong focus on luxury gifting, one of our core beliefs is that every gift should be extra special. We are proud to have one of the finest giftware collections in the country, carrying a vast range of customisation options. Hand-finished, hand-wrapped, and complete with hand-written gift messages, our personalised gifts are completely unique to Dibor. Overseen by an intimate team of staff, we are able to handle every order personally, from start to finish, ensuring that each order meets each customer’s requirements exactly, providing both a product and a service that simply cannot be matched elsewhere.
Performed in-house by our personalisation specialists, our purpose-built customisation workshop features engraving machines, high-quality vinyl heat presses and embroidery machines to achieve the perfect finish for your gift.
Across the world, we are becoming increasingly conscious of the impact that our modern lifestyles have on the environment. With a renewed focus on sustainability, Dibor is taking its environmental responsibility seriously, crafting products from sustainably and ethically sourced materials.
As well as our signature sustainable cotton kitchen linen, we have recently introduced organic cotton, natural jute, and coco fibre products to our catalogue, all of which have been specifically designed to replace synthetic and plastic products, and improve the sustainability of our range.
Wherever possible, we have removed plastic wrapping from our products and replaced it with recyclable brown paper. Where it has been impossible to completely remove all plastic packaging, we have worked with our dedicated suppliers to ensure that any plastic used is fully recyclable, so it doesn’t need to end up as waste. We are also working alongside packaging specialists to develop a new range of mailing bags which will be fully biodegradable and eco-friendly.