London based Haygen is a gorgeous little store full of homeware, fashion and gifts.
Owner Jenny has created a welcoming store with lots of Scandinavian influences, with well known brands like HK Living, NKUKU & House Doctor.
‘We aim to not only add value with our products but with the experience you have while shopping with us. Nothing is too big an ask, we gift wrap, we deliver, we source products, we run events, we create stunning displays, everything we do is with the intention of bringing joy to our customer’
This was a lovely surprise find over the weekend. Lillian Daph is an independent store full of well known brands including Broste Copenhagen, Nkuku, Madam Stoltz and more.
With an array of gorgoeus items such as lighting, furniture, accessories and soft furnishings we definitely recommend you check it out
‘It was mountains of research during her Textile degree, and probably an inescapable family gene in business; and not forgetting a super dedicated husband, Labrador named Daphne and Spaniel named Lillian, that saw the birth of The LillianDaph Store’ .
Based in Saltburn by the Sea, owner Christina has created a three floor emporium of fabulous homeware.
This online store is full of well designed and functional homeware and clearly a fan of concrete, with gorgeous furniture and lighting.
‘Pelican Story is home to globally sourced productsthat combine beauty and functionality to any room. Traditional and modern methods used across many design disciplines, all underpinned by care and craftsmanship’
Explore brands including Leyton Beton, Ommo, Frama and Aaron Probyn and fall in love with their products.
Ambling around Islington, London, there’s a confident statement about the growth of independent homeware stores – ensuring consumers are still keen for independent brands and a better quality of product.
On the popular Camden Passage, we find lovely Haygen, with a beautiful range of curated homeware, furniture and gifts from brands including Bloomimgville, House Doctor and On Interior.
Covering ceramics, prints, lighting, cushions, mirrors, gifts, even fashion and more.
They say, ‘To reflect an exciting time of growth and a change in business direction, Home & Pantry has rebranded to HAYGEN. HAYGEN, a lifestyle store dedicated to providing a careful curation of coveted and contemporary homeware, fashion & gifts with an exceptional customer experience both in store & online.
Founded in London in 2011 by Irish born Jenny Hughes, HAYGEN has grown into a one-of-a-kind destination lifestyle store for those seeking a unique mix of beautiful home furnishings, gifts and fashion items to reflect their personal style and fuel their passions. Mixing old and new with inspiration from the worlds of fashion, interiors and entertaining, we are committed to offering customers a curated mix of great products with a truly memorable customer experience; both online and in our store.’
With great prices, and even greater sale prices, BlueSunTree is an online store with such a range of great designed pieces. So much of the range has a lovely midcentury feel to the design and craftsmanship, from chairs to clocks, to mirrors and sofas.
They say ‘We believe that good design can enhance your physical and emotional wellbeing; providing comfort, tranquillity, visual harmony and order.’
The store also includes art, accessories, lighting and outdoor furniture.
Here we are reaching the end of 2016 and we are celebrating both a cracking year for design and vision for homes and interior design but also the support and following of many great people who seem to appreciate our daily bite sized features.
It’s another great year for design across all departments, updates and new twists on trends we’ve seen before, new emerging brands and designers, and high street stores constantly surprisinging us with designs led style but at affordable prices.
We look ahead to finding new trends in 2017, giving us reasons to bring out the paint brushes and create new looks, getting to know the new brands at next year’s Design Festival and new collaborations with brands we love.
We’ll be sure to offer more great giveaways, the latest in interiors news and constantly listen to what you’d like to hear about and include everything that we can, as well as be ever grateful to your support, likes and shares.
[another] home:blog wishes you a very Happy Christmas and all the best for an exciting new year!
There’s so much to love and admire about West Elm. They are a brand, with a conscience, focused on honesty and sustainability. Both on in the virtual and physical stores there is a wealth of incredible design, styling and interiors inspiration and guidance. West Elm can make a home – a real home; a blended, co-ordinated but eclectic, homely but chic, environment.
Their huge array of homewares and furniture is spot on both in design, quality and although high end of the price scale – it’s worth it. Plus, when there’s a sale, which currently there is (with up to 60% off) it’s a good time to invest in a few updates for your home or even a whole overhaul of a room.
The style is midcentury modern, mixed with bohemian and a little industrial. They create ‘looks’ that can be strong trends or ideas that can bring a subtle new trend into a home.
We found our top favourite pieces in the sale (see picture) but explore the sale yourself for great discounts in every department.