A favourite for natural, handmade homeware, Bohemia is a must visit store. With gorgeous woven baskets, printed cushions and more, their collection is beautifully collated.
‘Working collaboratively with artisans in Morocco, India, Kenya and Turkey we produce timeless collections of functional objects. Gaining a deep understanding of the techniques and processes of each craft is fundamental to our design process and we spend many many hours in the company of our partners quietly observing in awe of their skills’
Tiles aren’t just for the bathroom or kitchen splash back, they are a design material to bring colour, pattern and interest to a room – be it a back drop to sofa, a unique headboard, a beautiful chimney hearth, practical panels in a hallway, indoors, outdoors – the possibilities are endless.
Topps Tiles are bursting at the seams with incredible designs at balanced prices. Browse their site as use the visual styled images for inspiration for pattern and style combination ideas.
Based in North London, insidestore is a curated homeware store with beautifully simple design. With well known names like Hay & Ferm Living you can browse lighting, accessories, furniture and kitchenware.
If you like modern design with Scandinavian influences then you must make a visit, you won’t be disappointed.
All the joys of colour and our beloved cement, rolled into one in this super, independent homeware store – Sugar + Cement.
A mix of homewares made from one of our favourite materials – concrete. With added splashes of colour (in Farrow and Ball tones no less!) the collection includes plant pots, trays, candle holders and coasters. Explore their Etsy for the full range.
This gorgeous online market place is full of homeware, jewellery and fashion from independent African designers.
Choose from hand woven blankets, baskets, soft furnishings and more, full of beautiful colour and pattern.
‘We champion small, independent businesses. Our designers not only meet our criteria for ethical sourcing and manufacturing, but they go above and beyond to provide skills training and employment opportunities for their workforce and artisans as well as engaging in philanthropic and social impact projects locally in Africa‘