home: follow friday [ Moanna Collective ]
With gorgeous hand made products Moanna Collective is great find and one you will want to shop often.
Only launched on 2020 and full of soft furnishings, baskets, ornaments and more, Moanna Collective follows a boho vibe with a strong artisan feel. Everything is sourced and made from Morocco, Mexico.
‘Our items are all hand crafted in local workshops and villages, and we aim to source and manufacture our pieces as naturally and organically as possible’
Go follow on Instagram and check out the website.
home: featured [ Straw London ]
London based Straw London is a beautiful store full of gorgeous homeware and in particular new & vintage baskets.
Choose from a variety of handwoven baskets, small and large. Whether it’s for picking up some local shopping or needed for laundry or logs, you will find a basket for you.
Check Straw London out online or head to their store on Columbia Road.
home: follow friday [ Closets & Botts ]
Closet & Botts have a wonderful curation of vintage, new and handmade homeware, furniture and clothing.
There’s a wealth of texture, muted colour and pieces for every home, from enamel kitchenware to floral homewares and rustic ornaments to bohemian baskets.
home: made [ woven basket ]
A wonderful tutorial from Design Sponge to make handy baskets to use around the home.
This simple how-two uses just basket cane and a few tools. Follow the simple directions and create any size storage to use for fruit, toys, toiletries… all kinds of home products.
home: follow friday [ Folk Interiors ]
Cheshire based Folk Interiors is a gorgeous homeware & lifestyle store full of interior delights.
With big brands such as Broste Copenhagen, Bloomingville & HK Living choose from planters & baskets to clocks & wallpapers. All the items are well designed and have a Scandinavian aesthetic.
Folk Interiors is a lovely store to browse, full of small gift items for you and your loved ones.
home: featured [ Bohemia Design ]
If you like you homeware handmade with Moroccan influences then you must pay a visit to Bohemia Design.
A gorgeous website full of baskets, cushions, throws and more, all made with natural materials and traditional techniques.
‘We believe in handmade; perfectly imperfect wares crafted slowly from natural materials locally sourced. Pottery, basketry, weaving are processes as old as human time, containers for storage and carrying, cloth for warmth and protection. Goods made by hand bear the character of their creator, the nuances and eccentricities integral to each piece.’
A great site to get some gift idea inspiration.
home: featured [ Bohemia ]
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’
Check out the range at bohemiadesign.co.uk and fall in love.
home: featured [ Akojo Market ]
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‘
Be sure to head over to akojomarket.com and explore.
home: made [ Baskets ]
A beautifully created book to teach the art of basketry. Tabara carefully walks us through the projects to create some unique basket designs to fill your home.
Get your copy of this wonderful book direct from La Basketry for just £15
This book will teach you how to master the versatile art of basketry. Each of the four chapters tackles the different materials and their subsequent techniques, including grasses, rope, twine and cane. Learn how to add pattern and colour to your woven wonders as you create a colourful collection of 15 storage accessories of your own. The projects include laundry baskets, baskets with lids, rope bags, a picnic basket, a gorgeous woven lampshade and a stylish collection of patterned tableware.
Discover more about this tactile craft as Tabara N’Diaye explores its history and origins through her Senegalese roots. With clear instructions accompanied by the beautiful lifestyle photography and illustrations throughout, Baskets demystifies the art of basket-making for makers at all levels.
home: favourite thing [ set of baskets ]
Ticking the boxes for practicality and design, these gorgeous baskets are perfect for office storage, in the kicthen or as planters.
This set of 3 handmade baskets from southwoodliving.com would make a lovely gift or a treat to yourself.
[ £48 ]