ANTA is a "domestic architecture" company in Scotland, by which they mean: hardwood and interiors, some architecture and soft furnishings.
Everything from ANTA is made in Scotland; the woolen yarn used for carpets and tweeds is sourced in the Western Isles and is woven in the Borders. The oak furniture is made in the Highlands and some of the wood is homegrown (some imported).
ANTA is 25 years old and described as "a partnership between designers Annie and Lachlan Stewart and the craftsmen and women with whom they work."
So what? So what! They also make some damn nice looking tweed ties which are on sale right now... £18.