home: featured [ Rose & Grey ]
Always plenty to love at Rose and Grey. We’ve picked our current favourites from the new arrivals and across the site.
From a mix of midcentury styles, rattan to adore, hints of pinks to bring warmth to home and rugs to create a feature for any room in the house.
home: featured [ Harriman & Co. ]
Established in 2014, this little gem can be found in Leicester’s ‘old town’. Harriman & Co has a gorgeous curated collection of homeware including ceramics, tableware, furniture, lighting, hardware and stationary.
With well known brands like Ferm Living, House Doctor & Madam Stolz combined with local artisans, the owners James & Drew take inspiration from their travels and visits to hotels and restaurants.
‘When selecting new stock, our decision-making process is simple. We ask two questions: Is it beautiful? And, does it have a function? We use the products ourselves at home, so we can answer all of your questions’
If you are in the Leicestershire area, be sure to visit, and if not then check out their website.
home: featured [ Cup + Cloth ]
Perfect for small homewares, unique sourced and found pieces that sit so well together to create organic, personal interiors.
Explore the Cup + Cloth store for beautiful additions to your home or to find great gifts for others.
In their words, Crafted + Collected Design Led Goods
home: featured [ Urban Outfitters ]
Not always at the top of most peoples list of homeware brands, Urban Outfitters is a must visit store. Full of Boho styled furniture and accessories, as well as lots of fun gift ideas.
With a much bigger range online than in stores, it is always best to check on the website first. And the pricing isn’t bad either.
Currently we love their Woodrow King Bed, Petra 6 Drawer Dresser & Mikko Coffee Table (all pictured). Rattan and woven furniture is sticking around!
home: featured [ Prick London ]
We love discovering gems on our own doorstep and love to shout about independent businesses – Prick London ticks both boxes.
They may be fully sold out right now (except for books!) but it’s testament to the great product. Keep an eye on the site for new stock coming and you can fill your home with beautiful cacti and succulents.
Due to current circumstances their Hackney store is closed but the website is open and hopefully soon stocked with gorgeous greenery!
PRICK – LONDON’S FIRST CACTUS SHOP
PRICK IS LONDON’S FIRST BOUTIQUE DEDICATED TO CACTI AND OTHER SUCCULENTS. BASED IN DALSTON, EAST LONDON, IT OFFERS A SELECTION OF THE MOST UNUSUAL AND EXOTIC PLANTS SOURCED FROM ACROSS THE UK AND EUROPE. PRICK SEES CACTI AND SUCCULENTS AS LIVING SCULPTURES THAT TAKE YEARS TO FULLY DEVELOP. STORE FOUNDER GYNELLE LEON EXPLAINS, “THEY ARE A BEAUTIFUL AND SUSTAINABLE WAY TO TRANSFORM ANY INTERIOR. DUE TO THEIR LOW MAINTENANCE AND HARDY NATURE, THEY’RE WELL SUITED TO MODERN CITY LIVING.”.
home: featured [ Alice in Scandiland ]
Based in Cornwall, Alice in Scandiland was launched in 2018 as a bricks and mortar store. Alice in Scandiland is also an award winning blog, and this lead Alice Collyer to open her own store under the same name.
Full of gorgeous Scandinavian inspired homeware, including textiles, ceramics, furniture and accessories this is a must visit store.
A beautifully curated collection with something for everyone. We love the design and functionality of the items. Simple design and a neutral colour palette is all you need sometimes.
home: featured [ La Redoute ]
If you are yet to discover French brand La Redoute, then you need to take a look. Full of gorgeous homeware, with masses of style and great prices, La Redoute has something for everyone
The website is vast with loads to choose from, but if you have a product in mind it’s really straight forward to find what you want.
Choose from furniture, lighting, and home accessories with both modern and traditional style. Trend led prices are always appearing and don’t miss out on their offers, which are always really good.
Head to laredoute.com to see what you have been missing.
home: featured [ Wonder and Rah ]
Another beautiful home grown brand with great design and ethos. Wonder & Rah have a range of beautifully designed and illustrated prints suitable for both children and adults.
Wonder & Rah is a new and exciting creative brand specialising in fun and contemporary prints with a focus on abstract design. Each piece is personally created by Natalie Cardew, a mum of two from London who is passionate about using modern art to create vibrant, stimulating home environments for kids.
Established in 2016, the Wonder & Rah range includes a variety of prints that appeal to all ages, making them perfect for children’s nurseries, bedrooms and playrooms, as well as more adult and family environments.
home: featured [ Cuemars ]
London based Cuemars is a gorgeous online store with a strong aesthetic and moto of ‘buy less, buy better’. With Japanese influences, the products are all made from independent designers and makers.
Choose from lighting, art, clothing and more. As well a lovely range of real plants and pots.
‘Cuemars started with the vision that every purchasing choice can make a difference. We are committed to honest sustainability through our supply chain. From sourcing to distribution, we scrutinise every process and every supplier before it reaches you. We seek to actualise a positive buying experience. Our name is not just a product, it is a story’
Follow Cuemars on there Instagram for updates and inspiration
home: featured [ oak gallery ]
Ever seeking smaller independent art and design creatives, we came across Oak Gallery and fell in love with their simple, organic limited edition prints (originals coming soon)
They are still trading and with just a 10 day turn around, it won’t be long to wait to get your hands on one of their beautiful prints.
Find something in their collection to adorn your wall. Currently with a sale running there is many beautiful pieces at very affordable pricing.
Oak Gallery is a french studio of art prints in limited edition founded by Marine Echavidre.
The visuals are born from graphic and plastic experiments created thanks to a combination of mediums such as ink, watercolor, acrylic, collage or monotype process.
Each collection is mainly defined at first place by a natural color palette (as terracota, ochres, clay, quartz…)
The next part is dedicated to the exploration of textures and transparencies through colors and shapes.
Beyond the subject, the interest of her work is primarily focused on the composition, the unexpected associations that can appear between forms, colors and textures revealing a kind of abstact, lunar, sometimes unworldly landscapes without a specific attachment with space or time.