home: featured [ Dassie Artisan ]
Launched in 2012 by David & Roxi Zeeman, Dassie Artisan is an emporium of handcrafted, unique pieces with global influences.
Dassie Artisan is a big believer in ethically produced products, working closely with artisans around the world. At the same time being environmentally and socially responsible.
‘Taking inspiration from the worlds of fashion, different cultures and our African roots, we are committed to offering our customers handmade treasures that are lovingly created by talented artisans. Each item is representative of the hard work and skills developed over generations; woven with ounces of culture and years of heritage‘
Our favourite pieces include their sequin baskets, ceramics and marble chopping boards. We love the simple no-fuss designs and knowing that each piece has a story.
home: featured [ Kuishi ]
Such a great concept, such well curated products and with a real motivational ethos behind the brand to make you want to shop their products.
The environmentally friendly goods, make you think about your way of life, the products you do and don’t need, and allow you to dip your toes into a more sustainable way of living, and a simpler everyday life.
Explore the departments of soft furnishings, and storage for kitchen or bathroom plus some gorgeous vintage finds too and even be able to choose colours for the products you select.
Kuishi (ku-we-she) meaning ‘Live‘ in Swahili.
Kuishi is a home and lifestyle brand based in Cornwall. Our ethos is to embrace living a simpler life with products that bring joy to the home as well as showing consideration for the environment.
Kuishi was born out of a personal need to change the way I live my life. This did not mean I had to stop having nice things, cutting back on the things that make me happy or making massive changes to my lifestyle. It was about making simple choices about the small things that make me feel good, by reducing the impact my spending habits have on the environment and people.
I do this by providing simple ideas and solutions that can help make a difference to our environment through change. Whether it’s reducing the amount of plastic items we purchase or buy items made from sustainable resources that reduce soil erosion and don’t harm the environment.
I just happen to provide beautiful products that will help you not only make a small difference to the environment but will improve the look and feel of your home and your lifestyle.
home: featured [ ALSO Home ]
ALSO Home, founded by Anna Schmidt in 2008 is a haven of gorgeous handcrafted & unique gifts and homeware. Every item is considered for its origin and how it was made, whether handpainted plates or handwoven baskets.
ALSO Home has a lovely selection of tableware, bedding and soft furnishings, as well as baskets and storage, with influences from Scandinavian and Japanese design
‘The business and brand philosophy is to design and source products that are unique and stylish and support talented artisans around the world. The owner Anna’s love of travelling and working with age old crafts and techniques is the real inspiration and story of this brand and business‘
Pop into their West Sussex store or head online to alsohome.com
Also keep up to date with their blog and Instagram for all the latest news and inspiration.
home: featured [ Minus Tio ]
A little bit of Scandinavian perfection in from lovely Swedish brand Minus Tio. Having featured their coat rack last week we felt this store needed to be shouted about.
Their legacy and basis for all their designs are summed up with a perfect collation of words… ‘Sweden in the 80’s – Dark winters, cross county skiing, Sigurd Lewerentz, Alvar Aalto. Pine, rocky islands and concrete, Saab and Nintendo. This is often where we start our projects.’
With a talented team of designers they have exquisite design, using sustainable materials and their range includes chairs, tables and accessories; furniture for both the home or commercial use.
Minus tio is all about the love of furniture. Our collection is unique, contemporary and locally produced. We design, we manufacture and we sell.
Find out more about them here
home: featured [ Haygen ]
Founded by Jenny Hughes, London based Haygen is a destination lifestyle store full of homeware, gifts and accessories.
Located on the bustling Camden Passage in Islington, Haygen brings you a mix of scandinavian, bohemian and industrial styles with amongst other things, gorgeous baskets, lighting and tableware.
The curated collection will appeal to all, with something for every room, and you will most certainly enjoy browsing the online store and filling your basket.
Find Haygen on:
114 Islington High Street, Camden Passage N1 8EG
home: featured [ Next ]
On most highstreets and with a extensive online store, Next is definite must-visit for homeware – not just clothing !
We had a root through the latest drop of new products and found some great pieces. See our main picture for our favourites.
And our star pick is their set of picture frames available in black, white and other colours to create a great gallery wall concept. Just collate your favourite postcards, prints or even images torn from a magazine and put together a set of images to adorn a lounge or bedtime wall.
home: featured [ Audenza ]
Formally known as Mia Fleur, Audenza is family run by Jackie, Hollie and Amelia Brookes. This emporium of bold and quirky homeware is full of statement furniture, eclectic accessories and striking lighting.
Life’s too short to live in a beige box. It’s time to unleash the colour, release the kitsch and surround ourselves with pieces we love. It’s time to create homes that are as beautiful and unique as we are. We hear you. We are Audenza, ‘The ones who dare’.
We have always been a fan of Audenza, we love its ever changing collection, plus it’s well priced too. Our current favourites include the green velvet cushions, black dimple vase and gold mesh lounge chair.
Keep up to date with Audenza on their award winning blog and also on Instagram.