home: featured [ Resident ]
A beautiful curated range of homeware is available at Resident.
The plethora of wonderful pieces include organic ceramics, small homewares for all rooms, luxurious soft furnishings, exciting new designers and also familiar loved brands like Bloomingville and Ferm Living.
home: follow friday [ Venner ]
This lovely East London store is a must visit if you are looking for cool home accessories, stationery, art and more.
Launched in 2017 and founded by Tiff & Lucie, Venner champions eco friendly homeware and independent makers and suppliers.
Go check out the store in Leyton, London or head to the website and enjoy everything that’s on offer.
home: nice price [ lamp ]
Fast becoming our favourite affordable range of small homewares and furniture, we love the new ‘Anyday’ range at John Lewis.
So well priced, are these desk lamps at just £20 each. Our pick is the lichen colour.
Based in Clifton, Bristol, The Bristol Artisan was founded by Sophie Rees. In the charming old ‘butchers shop’ she curates a beautiful retail selection of artisan makers and designers under one roof.
The Bristol Artisan is a curated space for contemporary design and craft. Selling work from over 70 independent Bristol and UK based designer makers.
We stock a range of ceramics, jewellery, homewares, lighting, clothing, cards, candles, wrapping paper, original prints, beauty products and dried flower bouquets.
home: follow friday [ Jo’s House ]
Launched in 2017, Herne Hill based homeware & lifestyle store Jo’s House is a must visit.
Modern contemporary homeware including ceramics, soft furnishings & storage baskets sit alongside stationery, candles & jewellery. A well curated mix of all things you need in home & life.
‘The ethos of the shop was to provide great, simply designed accessible products, which were handpicked and curated for their enduring quality, provenance (wherever possible) and feel good factor’
Follow Jo’s House on Instagram or head to joshouse.co.uk for a browse.
home: featured [ Homeplace ]
Mixing new & vintage, Homeplace offers a lovely selection of homeware you will fall in love with.
‘We source items which we love and which we hope you will do too. We are passionate about great design – contemporary as well as Mid Century but we are also fans of the quirky and the whimsical..and we like nothing better than mixing them all up to create eclectic interiors with heaps of individuality’
Choose from vases & ceramics, mirrors & lighting as well as larger furniture items. All carefully selected and curated to bring us a shop you will want to come back to again and again.
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: nice price [ mugs ]
A little update for the kitchen, this 70s style ceramic mug set is beautiful, with an organic feel and coloured with great muted earthy tones.
£27 for the set of 4 and available for order mid June.
home: featured [ George at Asda ]
Isn’t it amazing what you can find at the supermarket? Take a look online or in larger stores and discover the wealth of great on trend pieces of homewares and furniture.
The prices are reasonable and there’s pieces for every room, every surface, every wall. Create a wonderful home and pick up your groceries.
home: featured [ River & Ivy ]
River & Ivy is an independant store full of gorgeous boho inspired homeware.
With a muted colour pallete throughout the range includes soft furnishing, ceramics, art and furniture.
Everything works cohesively together, enabling the customer to create a similar look and style for their home.
Be sure to check them out!